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#840 closed enhancement (obsolete)

Tracker for additional sample content in the Journal

Reported by: garycmartin Owned by: sdz
Priority: Normal Milestone:
Component: Sugar on a Stick (SoaS) Version: Unspecified
Severity: Critical Keywords:
Cc: CarolineM, erikos Distribution/OS: Unspecified
Bug Status: New

Description

Provide a handful of quality/example e-book/content entries in the Journal (I favour pdf format but other formats are fine if well supported by SoaS). Would be great if the entries could be well named, with useful metadata (description, tags, preview), and starred for easy sorting/finding. This will provide the Journal with initial 'hello world' example entries to get people into the concept/utility, and provide some useful/interesting content out of the box. Not sure if there is currently a clean way to 'inject' Journal entries into the distro build process (but if not, there should be).

Propose we use this ticket to track content suggestions. I'd like to start things off by suggesting a quick skim of http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Collections and the old (and unnecessary xol format). Almost all of these are just pdf's dumped in a web page and wrapped in the xol format...

Attachments (9)

south_america.pdf (969.1 KB) - added by garycmartin 11 years ago.
copy-to-journal south_america.pdf -t "South America World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "South America is the southern continent of the Americas, situated entirely in the Western Hemisphere and mostly in the Southern Hemisphere, with a relatively small portion in the Northern Hemisphere. It is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the north and east by the Atlantic Ocean; North America and the Caribbean Sea lie to the northwest." -T "CHILE BRAZIL URUGUAY PARAGUAY BOLIVIA COLOMBIA ECUADOR SURINAME PERU PANAMA NICARAGUA COSTA RICA HONDURAS TRINIDAD AND GUYANA BARBADOS TOBAGO THE GRENADINES ST. LUCIA GRENADA Martinique VENEZUELA ST. VINCENT AND French Guiana Aruba Antilles Netherlands Falkland Islands Islas Malvinas South Sandwich Islands ARGENTINA Equator Amazon Lago Titicaca Toc Orinoco Strait of Magellan Atlantic Pacific Caribbean Sea Maracaibo Cali Guayaquil Recife Salvador São Paulo Rio de Janeiro Córdoba Rosario Pôrto Alegre Horizonte Antofagasta Concepción Puerto Montt Mendoza La Plata San Miguel de Tucumán Arica Santa Cruz Cochabamba Arequipa Manaus Natal Fortaleza Santarém Cusco Iquitos Trujillo Huánuco Piura Cartagena Barranquilla Ciudad Curitiba Teresina Ushuaia Punta Arenas Valparaíso Bahía Blanca Medellín Caracas Georgetown Paramaribo Cayenne Quito Lima La Paz Asunción Santiago Buenos Aires Montevideo Stanley Port-of-Spain Boa Vista Macapá Belém São Luís Velho Pôrto Branco Rio Goiânia Brasília Cúcuta Valencia Barquisimeto Río Gallegos Campo Grande Uberlândia Belo Salta Santa Fe Maceió Bogotá Panama San José Managua Tegucigalpa Santos Florianópolis San Cristóbal Guayana Vitória Iquique Resistencia Salto Sucre Potosí San Carlos de Bariloche Comodoro Rivadavia Cuiabá Trinidad Mar del Plata SOUTH AMERICA ANDES ALTIPLANOA Cerro Aconcagua MATO GROSSO AMAZON BASIN ARCHIPIÉLAGO JUAN FERNÁNDEZ Isla San Félix Isla San Ambrosio Isla de Malpelo Isla de San Andrés Laguna del Carbón Cape Horn"
africa.pdf (488.7 KB) - added by garycmartin 11 years ago.
copy-to-journal africa.pdf -t "Africa World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Africa is the second-largest and second most-populous continent, after Asia. With a billion people (as of 2009) in 61 territories, it accounts for about 14.8% of the World's human population. The continent is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Suez Canal and the Red Sea to the northeast, the Indian Ocean to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west." -T "MALI CHAD FASO IRAN TOGO SOUTH BOTSWANA LESOTHO SWAZILAND MADAGASCAR MOZAMBIQUE ZAMBIA ANGOLA TANZANIA KENYA ETHIOPIA EGYPT ARABIA SAUDI MOROCCO MAURITANIA CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC CAPE VERDE THE GAMBIA SENEGAL NIGERIA SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE GABON TURKEY SPAIN CAMEROON UGANDA RWANDA BURUNDI MALAWI DJIBOUTI ERITREA SOMALIA GUINEA-BISSAU GUINEA SIERRA LEONE GHANA BENIN BURKINA EQUATORIAL GUINEA CÔTE D'IVOIRE ALGERIA SUDAN LIBYA NIGER FRANCE GERMANY POLAND ITALY GREECE UKRAINE U.K. IRE. RUSSIA TURKMENISTAN SYRIA UZBEKISTAN ROM. BELARUS AZER. LEB. QATAR KUWAIT JORDAN ISRAEL CYPRUS U.A.E MAURITIUS Western Sahara ALB. AUS. TUNISIA MALTA ZIMBABWE COMOROS BULG. SLO. CRO. SER. MONT. MACE. HUNG. CZ. REP. SLOV. NETH. BEL. LUX. SWITZ. MOL. BOS. & HER. AND. ARM. GEO. IRAQ BAHR. NAMIBIA YEMEN OMAN ANGOLA Cabinda YEMEN Sicily LIBERIA boundary Socotra SEYCHELLES PORTUGAL Admin. EQUA. GUI. AFG. Sardinia Corsica DEM. REP. OF THE CONGO KAZAKHSTAN St. Helena Ascension St. Helena AFRICA KOS. Strait of Gibraltar North Atlantic Ocean Mediterranean Sea Black Sea Sea of Azov Danube Nile Red Sea Volga Persian Gulf South Atlantic Ocean Gulf of Guinea Arabian Sea Indian Ocean Gulf of Aden Lake Victoria Lake Nyasa Lake Tanganyika Blue Nile White Nile Congo Benue Volta Niger Indian Ocean Mozambique Channel Zambezi Oran Aral Caspian Sea Gulf Sea AFRICA Jerusalem Berlin Warsaw Minsk Kyiv Prague Amsterdam London Dublin Brussels Vienna Budapest Bratislava Ljubljana Zagreb Belgrade Chisinau Bucharest Sofia Skopje Sarajevo Athens Valletta Tunis Algiers Tripoli Cairo Beirut Nicosia Damascus Amman Baghdad Riyadh Bern Rabat Tashkent Ashgabat Baku Doha Muscat Manama Kuwait Sanaa Asmara Abu Dhabi Djibouti Mogadishu Nairobi Ababa Addis N'Djamena Bangui Kinshasa Yaoundé Malabo Lomé São Tomé Brazzaville Libreville Niamey Abuja Novo Porto-Victoria Moroni St. Denis Port Louis Antananarivo Maputo Pretoria Maseru Mbabane Gaborone Windhoek Luanda Lusaka Harare Dar es Salaam Laayoune El Aaiún Nouakchott Praia Dakar Banjul Bamako Bissau Ouagadougou Conakry Freetown Accra Island Glorioso Islands Mayotte Bassas da India Juan de Nova Island Tromelin Island Oran Constantine Fès Casablanca Marrakech Banghazi Alexandria Kano Ogbomoso Ibadan Lagos Douala Pointe-Noire Kisangani Mbuji-Mayi Lubumbashi Bukavu Kitwe Durban Johannesburg Port Elizabeth Cape Town Beira Mombasa Hargeysa Omdurman Moundou Lubango Namibe Walvis Bay Medina Mecca Jiddah Port Sudan Aswan Al Jawf Tombouctou Blantyre Naples Milan Mashhad Esfahan Ankara Adana Izmir Istanbul Tehran Odesa Rostov Lisbon Rome Barcelona Marseille Tabriz Abidjan Yamoussoukro Monrovia Ponta Funchal Las Palmas Delgada Yerevan Aleppo Shiraz Dodoma Zanzibar Al Jizah AZORES MADEIRA ISLANDS CANARY ISLANDS Nouadhibou Mahajanga Toamasina Bandar 'Abbas Juba Zinder Agadez Annobón Tbilisi Reunion Europa Paris Madrid Khartoum Kampala Kigali Bujumbura Lilongwe Kananga Tirana Podgorica Cidade de Nacala Pristina SAHARA Mt. Kilimanjaro Lac'Assal NAMIB DESERT KALAHARI DESERT CONGO BASIN GREAT RIFT VALLEY"
asia.pdf (600.8 KB) - added by garycmartin 11 years ago.
copy-to-journal asia.pdf -t "Asia World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent. It covers 8.6% of the Earth's total surface area (or 29.9% of its land area) and with approximately 4 billion people, it accounts for 60% of the world's current human population. It is located chiefly in the eastern and northern hemispheres." -T "Arabian Sea Bay of Bengal South China Sea Andaman Sea Laccadive Sea Indian Ocean Persian Gulf East China Sea Sea of Japan Sea of Okhotsk Bering Sea East Siberian Sea Laptev Sea Arctic Ocean Kara Sea Barents Sea Norwegian Sea Black Sea Caspian Sea Aral Sea Lake Balkhash Lake Baikal Philippine Sea North Sea Kama Volga Vilyuy Indus Ganges Brahmaputra Xi Jiang Irrawaddy Mekong Salween Lake Onega Lake Ladoga Angara Aldan Amur Sulu Sea Yellow Sea Gulf of Thailand Celebes Sea Banda Sea Timor Sea Java Sea Yenisey Amur Yangtze Oslo Stockholm Ulaanbaatar Tehran Seoul Pyongyang Tokyo Kabul Islamabad New Delhi Kathmandu Thimphu Abu Dhabi Muscat Dhaka Hanoi Rangoon Colombo Male Kuala Lumpur Singapore Jakarta Beijing Vientiane Bangkok Manila Dili Phnom Penh Glasgow Saint Petersburg Nizhniy Novgorod Kazan' Saratov Perm' Ufa Chelyabinsk Omsk Novosibirsk Krasnoyarsk Irkutsk Volgograd Khabarovsk Vladivostok Davao Bandar Seri Begawan Moscow Kharkiv Donets'k Yekaterinburg Samara Yerevan Warsaw Tallinn Copenhagen Kyiv Bishkek Tashkent Dushanbe Ashgabat Baku Taipei Kamchatskiy Petropavlovsk- Yakutsk Cherskiy Anadyr' Provideniya Ürümqi Lhasa Kunming Nay Pyi Taw Nanning Guangzhou Guiyang Chongqing Chengdu Lanzhou Wuhan Nanchang Hangzhou Shanghai Qingdao Tianjin Shenyang Harbin Changchun Taiyuan Zhengzhou Nanjing Changsha Haiphong Ho Chi Minh City Baotou Kolkata Hyderabad Karachi Ahmadabad Noril'sk Tiksi Murmansk Arkhangel'sk Medan Mandalay Karaganda Qaraghandy Surabaya Lahore Rostov Vilnius Minsk Riga Helsinki Mumbai Yokohama Nagoya Osaka Fukuoka Pusan Kanpur Bengaluru Cochin Tbilisi Chittagong Lucknow Jaipur Surat Nagpur Voronezh Mashhad Dalian Kashi Tabriz Shiraz Esfahan Cebu Semarang Palembang Makassar Bandung Xi'an Jinan Pune Bandar'Abbas Da Nang Magadan Quetta Pontianak Atyrau Chennai Almaty Kandahar Jaffna Sapporo Astana ASIA Okinawa Wrangel Island Borneo Mindanao Sumatra Timor Sulawesi Celebes Luzon Java KURIL ISLANDS LAKSHADWEEP ANDAMAN NICOBAR ISLANDS ISLANDS FRANZ JOSEF LAND NOVAYA ZEMLYA SEVERNAYA NEW SIBERIAN ISLANDS Hainan Dao JAPAN Sakhalin SPRATLY ISLANDS SRI LANKA NEPAL BHUTAN BANGLADESH INDIA CHINA PHILIPPINES AUSTRALIA TIMOR-LESTE VIETNAM LAOS BURMA THAILAND PAKISTAN AFGHANISTAN INDONESIA CAMBODIA BRUNEI MALAYSIA SINGAPORE MALAYSIA JAPAN OMAN SAUDI ARABIA U.A.E. TURKMENISTAN UZBEKISTAN KYRGYZSTAN TAJIKISTAN GEORGIA ARMENIA MALDIVES RUSSIA U.K. NORWAY SWEDEN FINLAND DEN. BELA. LITH. LAT. EST. RUS. UKR. SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA POL. Svalbard U.S. Macau S.A.R. AZERBAIJAN KAZAKHSTAN Hong Kong S.A.R. IRAN MONGOLIA Taiwan Mt. Everest TAKLA MAKAN DESERT HIMALAYAS SIBERIA GOBI DESERT CHERSKOGO QING ZANG GAOYUAN HENGDUAN SHAN"
central_america.pdf (436.1 KB) - added by garycmartin 11 years ago.
copy-to-journal central_america.pdf -t "Central America World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Central America (Spanish: Centroamérica or América Central) is a central geographic region of the Americas. It is the southernmost, isthmian portion of the North American continent, which connects with South America on the southeast. Most of Central America is considered to be part of the Mesoamerican biodiversity hotspot." -T "Río Magdalena North Atlantic Ocean Lago de Maracaibo Golfo de Venezuela Orinoco Panama Canal Mona Passage Anegada Passage North Pacific Caribbean Sea Gulf of Mexico Lago de Nicaragua Straits of Florida Bahía de Campeche Yucatan Channel Windward Passage Río COLOMBIA BRAZIL GUYANA HONDURAS GUATEMALA MEXICO JAMAICA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC UNITED STATES CUBA COSTA RICA Aruba Netherlands Antilles TOBAGO TRINIDAD AND GRENADA ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES DOMINICA BARBADOS Martinique Guadeloupe ST. KITTS AND NEVIS ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA Anguilla Puerto Rico Virgin Is. British Virgin Is. Navassa Island Guantanamo Bay THE BAHAMAS HAITI VENEZUELA Cayman Islands Montserrat NICARAGUA EL SALVADOR COSTA RICA PANAMA BELIZE Turks and Caicos Islands ST. LUCIA Antilles Saint Barthelemy Saint Martin Tampa Freeport Miami Campeche Villahermosa Tuxtla Gutiérrez Tapachula Boa Vista Guatemala Castries Bridgetown Georgetown Ciudad del Carmen Quetzaltenango St. Petersburg Flores Puerto Barrios Puerto San Fernando Arauca Ayacucho Pereira Ibagué Buenaventura Cali Bogotá Santa Ana Salvador San Mérida Basseterre St. John's Plymouth Roseau Kingstown Basse-Terre Fort-de-France St. Croix Matanzas Santa Clara Cienfuegos Camagüey Guantánamo Santiago Montego Bay Belize City La Ceiba Puerto Lempira Puerto Cabezas Choluteca Matagalpa León Bluefields Granada Barranquilla Marta Santa Cartagena Maracaibo Cumaná Valencia Barquisimeto Maracay Puntarenas Bocas del Toro Colón Golfito Monteria Balboa David Mérida Ciudad Guayana Cúcuta Santiago San Cristóbal Bucaramanga Santiago de Cuba Nassau Havana Grand Turk San Juan Santo Domingo Belmopan Tegucigalpa Oranjestad Managua St. George's Willemstad Caracas José Panama Port-of-Spain Puerto Limón Port-au-Prince Kingston George Town Chetumal San Pedro Sula San Miguel Medellín Cabello Puerto Barcelona Maturín Pinar del Río Holguín Nuevitas Manzanillo Cap-Haïtien Cancún Key West Les Cayes La Palma Ciudad Bolívar Isla del Coco Rum Cay San Salvador Samana Cay Mayaguana Great Inagua Acklins Cay Lobos Island Isla de la Providencia Isla de San Andrés SWAN ISLANDS Cay Sal Bank Long Island Crooked Island Guinchos Cay RAGGED RANGE Juventud Trinidad Marie-Galante Tobago Isla Mona ISLAS DE LA BAHIÁ Isla la Tortuga Isla de Margarita Grand Bahama Great Abaco Providence Eleuthera BIMINI ISLANDS Island Cat Island Great Exuma Andros Island Isla Cozumel Curaçao Bonaire ISLAS DEL MAIZ CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN Cayos Miskitos Cayman Trench Puerto Rico Peru Chile The Valley Gustavia Marigot Isla de Aves"
europe.pdf (1.4 MB) - added by garycmartin 11 years ago.
copy-to-journal europe.pdf -t "Europe World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia, Europe is generally divided from Asia to its east by the water divide of the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian Sea, and by the Caucasus Mountains to the southeast." -T "Strait of Gibraltar Denmark Strait Celtic Sea North Atlantic Ocean Ligurian Tagus Volga North Sea Kattegat Skagerrak Baltic Sea Balearic Sea Oder Dnieper Black Sea Danube Elbe Po Danube Rhine Seine Loire Bothnia Gulf of Gulf of Finland Irish Channel English White Sea Onega Ladoga Barents Biscay Greenland Sea Lake Lake Sea Aegean Ionian Tyrrhenian Sea Sea Sea Mediterranean Sea Adriatic FRANCE GREECE BULGARIA Ceut a SPAIN Melilla Isle of Man CROATIA NETH. BEL. ESTONIA MOLDOVAL UX. ANDORRA MONACO LIEC H. Gibraltar NORWAY FINLAND SWEDEN GERMANY UKRAINE BELARUS POLAND Jersey Guernsey TURKEY LATVIA ICELAND DENMARK IRELAND UNITED KINGDOM LITHUANIA RUSSIA CZECH REPUBLIC SLOVAKIA HERZEGOVINA BOSNIA AND SERBIA MONT. HUNGARY SLOVENIA SWITZ. AUSTRIA ROMANIA MACEDONIA MARINOVA TIC AN MALTA ITALY PORTUGAL MOROCCO ALGERIA TUNISIA SAN ALB. RUSSIA SPAIN KOS. Porto Athens Barcelona Tunis Algiers Palermo Naples Cagliari Tirana Podgorica Smolensk Kiruna Hammerfest Tampere Turku Gävle Strasbourg Geneva Genoa Florence Venice Umeå Luleå Stavanger Aberdeen Chernivtsi Mykolayiv Skopje Ljubljana Manchester Vella Andorra Toulouse Nantes Lille Tórshavn Casablanca Bern Riga Reykjavík Rabat Valletta Lisbon Madrid Rome Sofia Sarajevo Belgrade Zagreb Bucharest Vaduz Vienna Budapest Bratislava Chisinau Paris Luxembourg Prague Brussels London Kyiv Amsterdam Berlin Warsaw Dublin Minsk Copenhagen Vilnius Moscow Tallinn Stockholm Oslo Helsinki Thessaloníki Milan Odesa Brest Hrodna Mahilyow Vitsyebsk Zürich Brno Homyel' Varna Iasi Constanta Cluj-Napoca Oulu Murmansk Tromsø Malmö Trondheim Göteborg Bergen Gdansk Kaliningrad Bursa Oran Sevilla Zaragoza Valencia Málaga Bilbao Lyon Bordeaux Marseille Cardiff Edinburgh Leeds Belfast Arkhangel'sk Kraków Lódz L'viv Munich Stuttgart Liverpool Izmir Istanbul Turin Saint Petersburg Poznan Wroclaw Rotterdam Birmingham Glasgow Bonn Cologne Frankfurt Greenland Hamburg Bremen Leipzig Essen Pristina Zhytomyr Chernihiv Vinnytsya Crete Sicily Sardinia Rhodes BALEARIC ISLANDS Corsica Öland Bornholm Gotland ALAND ISLANDS Rockall Jan Mayen Faroe Islands SHETLAND ISLANDS ORKNEY ISLANDS HEBRIDES PYRENEES MASSIF CARPATHIAN EUROPE"
middle_east.pdf (490.2 KB) - added by garycmartin 11 years ago.
copy-to-journal middle_east.pdf -t "Middle East World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "The Middle East is a region that spans southwestern Asia and northeastern Africa. It has no clear boundaries. The history of the Middle East dates back to ancient times, and throughout its history the Middle East has been a major centre of world affairs. The Middle East generally has an arid and hot climate, with several major rivers providing irrigation to support agriculture in limited areas." -T "Black Sea Caspian Sea Lake Urmia Tigris Lake Van Euphrates Mediterranean Sea Bosporus Dardanelles Aegean Sea Persian Gulf Aral Sea Gulf of Aqaba Strait of Hormuz Gulf of Suez Suez Canal Dead Sea Gulf of Oman Arabian Sea Gulf of Aden T'ana Hayk' Blue Nile White Nile Mandeb Babel Red Sea SAUDI ARABIA SUDAN EGYPT TURKEY BULGARIA ROM. ETHIOPIA SOMALIA RUSSIA CYPRUS JORDAN ISRAEL GREECE ARMENIA OMAN PAK. KUWAIT UNITED ARAB EMIRATES IRAN TURKMENISTAN UZBEKISTAN GEORGIA AZERBAIJAN ERITREA DJIBOUTI OMAN SYRIA IRAQ AFG. UKR. BAHRAIN QATAR YEMEN LEBANON KAZAKHSTAN Socotra Bucharest Sofia Baku Ankara Ashgabat Athens Damascus Baghdad Amman Cairo Kuwait Manama Riyadh Muscat Khartoum Sanaa Asmara Addis Ababa Krasnodar Istanbul Izmir Adana Aleppo Kirkuk Al Basrah Jerusalem Alexandria Mecca Massawa Jiddah Port Sudan Aswan Said Port Aden Abadan Bandar 'Abbas Mosul Ahvaz Mashhad Zahedan Esfahan Mary Herat Buxoro Groznyy Bursa Konya Samsun Kayseri Gaziantep Bat'umi Crete Golan Heights West Bank Gaza Strip Dhahran Diyarbakir Tabriz Shiraz Dasoguz Nukus Sumqayit Sokhumi Sevastopol' Constanta Varna Thessaloníkí Arbil Al Jizah Suez Asyut Omdurman Wad Madani Djibouti Berbera Hargeysa Al Mukalla Al Hudaydah Abu Dhabi Doha Ad Dammam Al Jubayl Medina Beirut Nicosia Latakia Hims 'Aqabah Yanbu' al Bahr Jizan Yerevan Luxor Tel Aviv Yafo Trabzon Denizli Antalya Erzurum Van Al Ghaydah Salalah Balkanabat Bandar-e Bushehr Kerman Zanjan Rasht Arak Qom An Nasiriyah Hala'ib Aqtau Aktau Ha'il Buraydah Dubai Tabuk Dese Hafar al Batin Tbilisi Kermanshah Türkmenbasy Icel Mersin Abha MIDDLE EAST Türkmenabat Ku¯h-e Dama¯vand Mount Ararat Gora El'brus Tehran Qazvin ZAGROS TAURUS CAUCASUS SYRIAN NUBIAN WESTERN QATTARA DEPRESSION DESERT Lac'Assal SINAI PENINSULA GREAT RIFT VALLEY"
north_america.pdf (438.5 KB) - added by garycmartin 11 years ago.
copy-to-journal north_america.pdf -t "North America World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "North America is the northern continent of the Americas, situated in the Earth's northern hemisphere and almost totally in the western hemisphere. It is bordered on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by the North Atlantic Ocean, on the southeast by the Caribbean Sea, and on the west by the North Pacific Ocean; South America lies to the southeast." -T "Greenland ICELAND EL SALVADOR St. Pierre and Miquelon THE BAHAMAS HAITI BELIZE CUBA Jan Mayen Bermuda GUATEMALA UNITED STATES CANADA UNITED STATES MEXICO RUSSIA NICARAGUA HONDURAS JAMAICA North Pacific Ocean Arctic Ocean Atlantic Labrador Sea Baffin Bay Greenland Sea Hudson Bay Davis Strait Great Salt Lake Lake Michigan Lake Ontario Huron Winnipeg Missouri Great Bear Great Slave Athabasca Lake Superior St. Lawrence Ohio River Arkansas Colorado River Snake River Rio Grande Mississippi Mackenzie Nelson Saskatchewan Columbia Gulf of California Beaufort Sea Bering Sea Chukchi Sea Bering Sea Gulf of Mexico Caribbean Sea Bahía de Campeche Yukon River Lake Erie Denmark Strait Gulf of Alaska East Siberian Sea ISLAS REVILLAGIGEDO QUEEN ELIZABETH ISLANDS Ellesmere Island Baffin Island Victoria Island Banks Island NORTH AMERICA Island of Newfoundland Nord Cherskiy Alert Anadyr' Provideniya Barrow Prudhoe Resolute Nome Fairbanks Inuvik Paamiut Anchorage Dawson Echo Bay Whitehorse Rankin Inlet Yellowknife Watson Lake Juneau Hay River St. John's Churchill Chisasibi Sydney Edmonton Saskatoon Fredericton Calgary Québec Vancouver Halifax Victoria Regina Saint John Winnipeg Montréal Seattle Boston Portland Toronto Hamilton Minneapolis New York Detroit Windsor Milwaukee Philadelphia Chicago Columbus Indianapolis Salt Lake City San Francisco St. Louis Denver Charleston Atlanta Oklahoma City Los Angeles Albuquerque Phoenix San Diego Tijuana Dallas Jacksonville Mexicali El Paso Ciudad Houston New Orleans Juárez Miami Hermosillo Chihuahua Monterrey Matamoros La Paz Torreón Mazatlán Tampico Mérida León Guadalajara Veracruz Puebla Oaxaca Acapulco Iqaluit Cambridge Bay Happy Valley Goose Bay Prince Rupert Charlottetown Memphis San Antonio Thunder Bay Ottawa Nassau Port-au-Prince Kingston Belmopan Tegucigalpa Managua San Salvador Scoresbysund Tasiilaq Frederikshåb Kangerlussuaq Narsarsuaq Qaanaaq Thule Reykjavík Ittoqqortoormiit Cleveland Baltimore Bethel Valdez Moosonee Repulse Bay Prince George Pittsburgh Norfolk Sacramento Kansas City Pevek Schefferville Cancún Kodiak Søndre Strømfjord Godthåb Nuuk Washington, D.C. Havana Mexico Guatemala Ivujivik Las Vegas BROOKS RANGE ALASKA RANGE SIERRA NEVADA ROCKY MOUNTAINS APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS SIERRA MADRE Mt. McKinley Death Valley CASCADES"
oceania.pdf (519.0 KB) - added by garycmartin 11 years ago.
copy-to-journal oceania.pdf -t "Oceania World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Oceania (sometimes Oceanica) is a geographical, often geopolitical, region consisting of numerous lands—mostly islands in the Pacific Ocean and vicinity. The term "Oceania" was coined in 1831 by French explorer Dumont d'Urville. The term is used today in many languages to define one of the continents and is one of eight terrestrial ecozones." -T "Philippine Sea South China Sea Celebes Sea Sulu Sea Luzon Strait Solomon Sea Bismarck Sea Arafura Sea Timor Sea Banda Sea Java Sea Molucca Sea Strait Torres Gulf of Carpentaria North Pacific Ocean South Pacific Ocean Indian Ocean Tasman Sea Coral Sea Great Australian Bight Darling Murray Bass Strait Great Barrier Reef CLIPPERTON FRACTURE ZONE CLARION FRACTURE ZONE MOLOKAI FRACTURE ZONE Wewak Sorong Darwin Surabaya Palu Samarinda Manado Townsville Alice Springs Port Hedland Lae Jayapura Brisbane Perth Sydney Gold Coast Rockhampton Gladstone Mackay Cairns Bunbury Manila Saipan Majuro Melekeok Bandar Seri Begawan Dili Tarawa Funafuti Honiara Port Moresby Apia Pago Papeete Adamstown Port-Vila Suva Alofi Nuku'alofa Avarua Noumea Kingston Canberra Wellington Honolulu Davao Adelaide Melbourne Auckland Christchurch Dunedin Invercargill Hobart Taipei Fuzhou Guangzhou Wenzhou Xiamen Shantou Kao-hsiung Naha Cagayan de Oro Zamboanga Cebu Bacolod Iloilo Makassar Banjarmasin Denpasar Kupang Ambon Hamilton Kalgoorlie Broken Hill Whyalla Bendigo Geelong Mount Isa Newcastle Wollongong Madang Hastings Yaren District Geraldton Esperance Mata-Utu Palikir Hagåtña Tahiti Mururoa Pohnpei Eniwetak Timor Flores Sumba Ceram Celebes Palawan Negros Yap Lord Howe Island RYUKU ISLANDS Sumbawa ÎLES SOCIETY ISLANDS ÎLES TUBUAI KERMADEC KIRIBATI CHATHAM ISLANDS Lombok HAWAIIAN ISLANDS DAITO-SHOTO NAMPO-SHOTO BONIN ISLANDS VOLCANO ISLANDS Samar MARSHALL ISLANDS TUVALU Tokelau SAMOA Northern Mariana Islands SOLOMON ISLANDS KERMADEC ISLANDS American Palmyra Atoll Kingman Reef Johnston Atoll Midway Islands Marcus Island Ashmore and Cartier Islands Oahu PHOENIX ISLANDS LINE ISLANDS Christmas Island North Island New Ireland New Britain Guadalcanal Bougainville Guam Borneo New Guinea PAPUA NEW GUINEA AUSTRALIA INDONESIA PHILIPPINES CHINA Viti Vanua Stewart Island Okinawa New Caledonia Cook Islands American Samoa Wallis and Futuna Niue Coral Sea Islands BRUNEI S.A.R. Taiwan TIMOR-LESTE Hawaii Kauai Maui Kwajalein Ceva-i-Ra Banaba Bali Luzon Negros Yap RYUKU Kiritimati MARQUISES RAWAKI GILBERT ISLANDS Mindanao South Island CAROLINE ISLANDS Panay Buru Stewart Island Mariana Northern Islands Baker Island Howland Island Wake Island Jarvis Island Norfolk Island Pitcairn Islands NEW ZEALAND VANUATU FIJI TONGA MALAYSIA Macau NAURU PALAU FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA Hong Kong S.A.R. French Polynesia Okino-tori-shima Rapa ARCHIPEL DES TUAMOTU Tasmania SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS Rotuma Levu Java Halmahera Minerva Reef SIMPSON DESERT GIBSON HAMMERSLEY GREAT VICTORIA GREAT SANDY Mount Kosciuszko Lake Eyre OCEANIA"
southeast_asia.pdf (372.2 KB) - added by garycmartin 11 years ago.
copy-to-journal southeast_asia.pdf -t "Southeast Asia World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Southeast Asia is a subregion of Asia, consisting of the countries that are geographically south of China, east of India and north of Australia. The region lies on the intersection of geological plates, with heavy seismic and volcanic activity. Southeast Asia consists of two geographic regions: the Asian mainland, and island arcs and archipelagoes to the east and southeast." -T "LAOS AUSTRALIA CHINA VIETNAM THAILAND BURMA INDIA MALAYSIA SINGAPORE BRUNEI PAPUA NEW GUINEA INDONESIA Ashmore and Cartier Islands TIMOR-LESTE Cocos Keeling Islands Macau S.A.R. FED. STATES OF MICRONESIA PALAU JAPAN Hong Kong S.A.R. Christmas Island PHILIPPINES CAMBODIA Taiwan Buru Borneo Bangka Billiton Sumatra Pulau Simeulue Pulau Nias Pulau Siberut Pratas Island Samar Mindoro Mindanao Negros Palawan Luzon Ceram PARACEL ISLANDS SPRATLY ISLANDS BABUYAN ISLANDS KEPULAUAN ISLANDS MENTAWAI Halmahera Pulau Sulawesi NICOBAR NAMPO SHOTO RYUKYU Okinawa Okino-tori-shima BONIN ISLANDS VOLCANO ISLANDS Timor Bali Madura Sumba Flores Sumbawa ANDAMAN ISLANDS Lombok KEPULAUAN ARU NATUNA Dao Hainan DAITO-SHOTO Java Panay MOLUCCAS SOUTHEAST ASIA New Guinea Davao Haiphong Ho Chi Minh City Pontianak Samarinda Palu Ambon Palembang Padang Medan Banda Aceh Phuket George Town Ipoh Kuching Semarang Bandung Surabaya Makassar Kupang Cebu Shanghai Hangzhou Changsha Guangzhou Nanning Chengdu Mandalay Pathein Mawlamyine Mai Da Nang Kunming Taipei Fuzhou Nanchang Guiyang Wuhan Long Xuyen Nha Trang Jayapura Sorong Manado Bacolod Hanoi Vientiane Rangoon Manila Bangkok Phnom Penh Bandar Seri Begawan Kuala Lumpur Singapore Jakarta Denpasar Nakhon Ratchasima Chiang Tanjungkarang Banjarmasin Zamboanga Cagayan de Oro Iloilo Naha Kao-hsiung Xiamen Chongqing Zigong Shantou Ningbo Wenzhou Zhanjiang Hefei Mount Isa Port Hedland Karratha Melekeok Hue Songkhla Dawei Vinh Kota Kinabalu Dili Kendari Merauke Melaka Akyab Nay Pyi Taw Telukbetung Darwin South China Sea East China Sea Java Sea Indian Ocean Arafura Sea Celebes Sea Sulu Sea Gulf of Tonkin Gulf of Thailand Coco Channel Great Channel Strait of Malacca Andaman Sea Philippine Sea North Pacific Ocean Timor Sea Banda Sea Taiwan Strait Mekong Irrawaddy Salween Brahmaputra Molucca Sea Flores Sea Makassar Strait Selat Sunda Jiang Xi Gulf of Carpentaria Luzon Strait Selat Karimata Selat Lombok Yangtze CHAÎNE ANNAMITIQUE BARISAN PEGUNUNGAN MAOKE GREAT SANDY DESERT HENGDUAN SHAN"

Change History (28)

comment:1 Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

I'm just having a stab at the worldfactbook-maps, will upload the pdf here.

comment:2 follow-ups: Changed 11 years ago by walter

Any reason to restrict this to books? Two examples come to mind: (1) the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston gave OLPC a collection of 100 images from their collection that OLPC never did anything with. It might be nice to have such a collection available to play with in different activities, such as Memorize and SliderPuzzle. (2) some activities maintain examples outside of the Journal, e.g., Pippy, Turtle Art, the MamaMedia collection, etc. It may make more sense to put these examples into the Journal.

comment:3 in reply to: ↑ 2 Changed 11 years ago by sj

The Journal should support grouping related works.

A separate Library activity for organizing one's library of activities (code and content alike) would be a more significant improvement. This should encompass the "highlight activities that show up on the desktop" screen currently hidden in the upper-right corner of the desktop view. [that view should filter up more metadata about the activities/bundles in question, as should all similar views]

In general, bundles of organized information make good Journal entries the way bundles of code do (and .xo and .xol bundles need to be merged). Breaking them into component files removes their value to a greater or lesser degree.

Remove the .xo vs .xol distinction and provide a way for non-coders to create a single-purpose-browser activity and icon for a given bundle of information, and everyone will have a single set of interfaces for organizing/viewing what they wish to regularly use / engage / share. People should not have to know how something they want to use is executed in code to know in which of two different interfaces they will find it.

comment:4 Changed 11 years ago by sj

That said, the Journal does need 'hello world' example entries, and useful remixable clipart, images, patterns (from Rule?), audio, and fonts are sensible examples - if only to help users understand how they can import such things into Write and like activities.

comment:5 follow-up: Changed 11 years ago by sdz

  • Bug Status changed from Unconfirmed to New
  • Distribution/OS changed from Unspecified to SoaS
  • Milestone changed from soas_linuxtag to 0.86
  • Priority changed from Unspecified by Maintainer to Normal
  • Severity changed from Minor to Major

This sounds really interesting and I think it's really worth the effort, but unless somebody steps up and works on this, it looks like we're going to get this in F12 / 0.86, but not the F11 / 0.84 release!

comment:6 in reply to: ↑ 5 Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

Replying to sdz:

This sounds really interesting and I think it's really worth the effort, but unless somebody steps up and works on this, it looks like we're going to get this in F12 / 0.86, but not the F11 / 0.84 release!

Hey I had the maps all done at SugarCamp :-) but I'm faffing if we want to go with one large worldfactbook.pdf of the full set of maps (done already at about 7Mb too big to upload to this ticket), or if the mappers are better broken out as individual pdf and then leverage the Journal (good descriptions, good tags, clear titles). I'm swinging to the latter, even though it's cool to search for locations in one 'atlas' it's a bit much for XO-1 type hardware (and good tags in Journal will give a similar result (as I can easily extract all the place name text from the pdfs and use as tags)).

Question is, how do I provide each pdf with the rich Journal metadata; how about I attach the pdf's and for each one also provide a full "copy-to-journal" command with all the details for each? Sound like a plan?

comment:7 Changed 11 years ago by CarolineM

Once we have the capability to turn zip files of web pages into activities here is a great source of books:
http://bookbuilder.cast.org/library.php

I think the ones done for MASS DOE are of more consistent quality.

Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

copy-to-journal south_america.pdf -t "South America World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "South America is the southern continent of the Americas, situated entirely in the Western Hemisphere and mostly in the Southern Hemisphere, with a relatively small portion in the Northern Hemisphere. It is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the north and east by the Atlantic Ocean; North America and the Caribbean Sea lie to the northwest." -T "CHILE BRAZIL URUGUAY PARAGUAY BOLIVIA COLOMBIA ECUADOR SURINAME PERU PANAMA NICARAGUA COSTA RICA HONDURAS TRINIDAD AND GUYANA BARBADOS TOBAGO THE GRENADINES ST. LUCIA GRENADA Martinique VENEZUELA ST. VINCENT AND French Guiana Aruba Antilles Netherlands Falkland Islands Islas Malvinas South Sandwich Islands ARGENTINA Equator Amazon Lago Titicaca Toc Orinoco Strait of Magellan Atlantic Pacific Caribbean Sea Maracaibo Cali Guayaquil Recife Salvador São Paulo Rio de Janeiro Córdoba Rosario Pôrto Alegre Horizonte Antofagasta Concepción Puerto Montt Mendoza La Plata San Miguel de Tucumán Arica Santa Cruz Cochabamba Arequipa Manaus Natal Fortaleza Santarém Cusco Iquitos Trujillo Huánuco Piura Cartagena Barranquilla Ciudad Curitiba Teresina Ushuaia Punta Arenas Valparaíso Bahía Blanca Medellín Caracas Georgetown Paramaribo Cayenne Quito Lima La Paz Asunción Santiago Buenos Aires Montevideo Stanley Port-of-Spain Boa Vista Macapá Belém São Luís Velho Pôrto Branco Rio Goiânia Brasília Cúcuta Valencia Barquisimeto Río Gallegos Campo Grande Uberlândia Belo Salta Santa Fe Maceió Bogotá Panama San José Managua Tegucigalpa Santos Florianópolis San Cristóbal Guayana Vitória Iquique Resistencia Salto Sucre Potosí San Carlos de Bariloche Comodoro Rivadavia Cuiabá Trinidad Mar del Plata SOUTH AMERICA ANDES ALTIPLANOA Cerro Aconcagua MATO GROSSO AMAZON BASIN ARCHIPIÉLAGO JUAN FERNÁNDEZ Isla San Félix Isla San Ambrosio Isla de Malpelo Isla de San Andrés Laguna del Carbón Cape Horn"

comment:8 Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

I've just attached a straw-man test case using a cleaned up version of the map file south_america.pdf. Now the rough edges I see are all related to how easily sdz can add this to an existing Journal... Ideally I could zip up the _actual_ datastore data as this would 1) include 'user title' metadata (without this on first resume it prompts you to rename the entry, copy-to-journal does not support setting this field); 2) include a preview image of the entry, again no way with copy-to-journal to generate this, you have to resume 1 time for it to be populated by Sugar.

Still, with the example copy-to-journal I give with the pdf, you get a nice title, resumes in Read nicely, full description (opening paragraph from wikipedia), and a tag list for almost all the text on the map (so you can search your Journal for "Montevideo" and this pdf will show up).

I can kick out all other maps in an hour or so if folks agree this is a reasonable start.

comment:9 in reply to: ↑ 2 Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

Replying to walter:

the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston gave OLPC a collection of 100 images from their collection that OLPC never did anything with. It might be nice to have such a collection available to play with in different activities, such as Memorize and SliderPuzzle.

My worry with pre-populating the Journal with 100 image entries is that folks may initially feel overwhelmed and we'd be back to getting complaints of Journal spamming. Perhaps once we have the Journal grid view with previews, and/or a better way of navigating by tags (clickable tag cloud or something similar), perhaps even the 'action' view like where a 'container' can fold up series of individual entries under something like "100 images added from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston".

Are the images currently somewhere I could access? Happy to help try and pick out a few so we have a mix of pre-populated Journal content for folks to experiment/learn from.

comment:10 follow-up: Changed 11 years ago by sdz

  • Milestone changed from 0.86 to soas_linuxtag
  • Priority changed from Normal to Urgent

Wow. This is absolutely great work, thanks! Well, the least I can do is to take all the files and put them (using the copy-to-journal command) on the image.

But since we're starting from scratch with a new image, I guess it might also work to take a .zip file and just unzip it in a fitting directory while composing the build.

And yes, I think it's a *very* reasonable start! :) Sounds like this should go back on the "wanna-have-for-linuxtag-release"-list...

Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

copy-to-journal africa.pdf -t "Africa World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Africa is the second-largest and second most-populous continent, after Asia. With a billion people (as of 2009) in 61 territories, it accounts for about 14.8% of the World's human population. The continent is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Suez Canal and the Red Sea to the northeast, the Indian Ocean to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west." -T "MALI CHAD FASO IRAN TOGO SOUTH BOTSWANA LESOTHO SWAZILAND MADAGASCAR MOZAMBIQUE ZAMBIA ANGOLA TANZANIA KENYA ETHIOPIA EGYPT ARABIA SAUDI MOROCCO MAURITANIA CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC CAPE VERDE THE GAMBIA SENEGAL NIGERIA SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE GABON TURKEY SPAIN CAMEROON UGANDA RWANDA BURUNDI MALAWI DJIBOUTI ERITREA SOMALIA GUINEA-BISSAU GUINEA SIERRA LEONE GHANA BENIN BURKINA EQUATORIAL GUINEA CÔTE D'IVOIRE ALGERIA SUDAN LIBYA NIGER FRANCE GERMANY POLAND ITALY GREECE UKRAINE U.K. IRE. RUSSIA TURKMENISTAN SYRIA UZBEKISTAN ROM. BELARUS AZER. LEB. QATAR KUWAIT JORDAN ISRAEL CYPRUS U.A.E MAURITIUS Western Sahara ALB. AUS. TUNISIA MALTA ZIMBABWE COMOROS BULG. SLO. CRO. SER. MONT. MACE. HUNG. CZ. REP. SLOV. NETH. BEL. LUX. SWITZ. MOL. BOS. & HER. AND. ARM. GEO. IRAQ BAHR. NAMIBIA YEMEN OMAN ANGOLA Cabinda YEMEN Sicily LIBERIA boundary Socotra SEYCHELLES PORTUGAL Admin. EQUA. GUI. AFG. Sardinia Corsica DEM. REP. OF THE CONGO KAZAKHSTAN St. Helena Ascension St. Helena AFRICA KOS. Strait of Gibraltar North Atlantic Ocean Mediterranean Sea Black Sea Sea of Azov Danube Nile Red Sea Volga Persian Gulf South Atlantic Ocean Gulf of Guinea Arabian Sea Indian Ocean Gulf of Aden Lake Victoria Lake Nyasa Lake Tanganyika Blue Nile White Nile Congo Benue Volta Niger Indian Ocean Mozambique Channel Zambezi Oran Aral Caspian Sea Gulf Sea AFRICA Jerusalem Berlin Warsaw Minsk Kyiv Prague Amsterdam London Dublin Brussels Vienna Budapest Bratislava Ljubljana Zagreb Belgrade Chisinau Bucharest Sofia Skopje Sarajevo Athens Valletta Tunis Algiers Tripoli Cairo Beirut Nicosia Damascus Amman Baghdad Riyadh Bern Rabat Tashkent Ashgabat Baku Doha Muscat Manama Kuwait Sanaa Asmara Abu Dhabi Djibouti Mogadishu Nairobi Ababa Addis N'Djamena Bangui Kinshasa Yaoundé Malabo Lomé São Tomé Brazzaville Libreville Niamey Abuja Novo Porto-Victoria Moroni St. Denis Port Louis Antananarivo Maputo Pretoria Maseru Mbabane Gaborone Windhoek Luanda Lusaka Harare Dar es Salaam Laayoune El Aaiún Nouakchott Praia Dakar Banjul Bamako Bissau Ouagadougou Conakry Freetown Accra Island Glorioso Islands Mayotte Bassas da India Juan de Nova Island Tromelin Island Oran Constantine Fès Casablanca Marrakech Banghazi Alexandria Kano Ogbomoso Ibadan Lagos Douala Pointe-Noire Kisangani Mbuji-Mayi Lubumbashi Bukavu Kitwe Durban Johannesburg Port Elizabeth Cape Town Beira Mombasa Hargeysa Omdurman Moundou Lubango Namibe Walvis Bay Medina Mecca Jiddah Port Sudan Aswan Al Jawf Tombouctou Blantyre Naples Milan Mashhad Esfahan Ankara Adana Izmir Istanbul Tehran Odesa Rostov Lisbon Rome Barcelona Marseille Tabriz Abidjan Yamoussoukro Monrovia Ponta Funchal Las Palmas Delgada Yerevan Aleppo Shiraz Dodoma Zanzibar Al Jizah AZORES MADEIRA ISLANDS CANARY ISLANDS Nouadhibou Mahajanga Toamasina Bandar 'Abbas Juba Zinder Agadez Annobón Tbilisi Reunion Europa Paris Madrid Khartoum Kampala Kigali Bujumbura Lilongwe Kananga Tirana Podgorica Cidade de Nacala Pristina SAHARA Mt. Kilimanjaro Lac'Assal NAMIB DESERT KALAHARI DESERT CONGO BASIN GREAT RIFT VALLEY"

comment:11 Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

  • Cc erikos added

Just added an africa.pdf attachment with copy-to-journal command. I have another 7 maps to cover most of the world (can upload tomorrow). Is it OK uploading here to the ticket, or should I be putting these up at the wiki or just emailing the rest direct (to you sdz)?

comment:12 in reply to: ↑ 10 Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

Replying to sdz:

Wow. This is absolutely great work, thanks! Well, the least I can do is to take all the files and put them (using the copy-to-journal command) on the image.

Fab :-)

But since we're starting from scratch with a new image, I guess it might also work to take a .zip file and just unzip it in a fitting directory while composing the build.

Yep, that seems like a potential improvement as well (gets us preview image metadata and title_set_by_user). I've not tried it yet here, but I think a zip of each (or all) entry into a folder named with the first two letters may well be enough. Think datastore db/index side should auto generate/recover from this OK (but should test to make sure).

Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

copy-to-journal asia.pdf -t "Asia World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent. It covers 8.6% of the Earth's total surface area (or 29.9% of its land area) and with approximately 4 billion people, it accounts for 60% of the world's current human population. It is located chiefly in the eastern and northern hemispheres." -T "Arabian Sea Bay of Bengal South China Sea Andaman Sea Laccadive Sea Indian Ocean Persian Gulf East China Sea Sea of Japan Sea of Okhotsk Bering Sea East Siberian Sea Laptev Sea Arctic Ocean Kara Sea Barents Sea Norwegian Sea Black Sea Caspian Sea Aral Sea Lake Balkhash Lake Baikal Philippine Sea North Sea Kama Volga Vilyuy Indus Ganges Brahmaputra Xi Jiang Irrawaddy Mekong Salween Lake Onega Lake Ladoga Angara Aldan Amur Sulu Sea Yellow Sea Gulf of Thailand Celebes Sea Banda Sea Timor Sea Java Sea Yenisey Amur Yangtze Oslo Stockholm Ulaanbaatar Tehran Seoul Pyongyang Tokyo Kabul Islamabad New Delhi Kathmandu Thimphu Abu Dhabi Muscat Dhaka Hanoi Rangoon Colombo Male Kuala Lumpur Singapore Jakarta Beijing Vientiane Bangkok Manila Dili Phnom Penh Glasgow Saint Petersburg Nizhniy Novgorod Kazan' Saratov Perm' Ufa Chelyabinsk Omsk Novosibirsk Krasnoyarsk Irkutsk Volgograd Khabarovsk Vladivostok Davao Bandar Seri Begawan Moscow Kharkiv Donets'k Yekaterinburg Samara Yerevan Warsaw Tallinn Copenhagen Kyiv Bishkek Tashkent Dushanbe Ashgabat Baku Taipei Kamchatskiy Petropavlovsk- Yakutsk Cherskiy Anadyr' Provideniya Ürümqi Lhasa Kunming Nay Pyi Taw Nanning Guangzhou Guiyang Chongqing Chengdu Lanzhou Wuhan Nanchang Hangzhou Shanghai Qingdao Tianjin Shenyang Harbin Changchun Taiyuan Zhengzhou Nanjing Changsha Haiphong Ho Chi Minh City Baotou Kolkata Hyderabad Karachi Ahmadabad Noril'sk Tiksi Murmansk Arkhangel'sk Medan Mandalay Karaganda Qaraghandy Surabaya Lahore Rostov Vilnius Minsk Riga Helsinki Mumbai Yokohama Nagoya Osaka Fukuoka Pusan Kanpur Bengaluru Cochin Tbilisi Chittagong Lucknow Jaipur Surat Nagpur Voronezh Mashhad Dalian Kashi Tabriz Shiraz Esfahan Cebu Semarang Palembang Makassar Bandung Xi'an Jinan Pune Bandar'Abbas Da Nang Magadan Quetta Pontianak Atyrau Chennai Almaty Kandahar Jaffna Sapporo Astana ASIA Okinawa Wrangel Island Borneo Mindanao Sumatra Timor Sulawesi Celebes Luzon Java KURIL ISLANDS LAKSHADWEEP ANDAMAN NICOBAR ISLANDS ISLANDS FRANZ JOSEF LAND NOVAYA ZEMLYA SEVERNAYA NEW SIBERIAN ISLANDS Hainan Dao JAPAN Sakhalin SPRATLY ISLANDS SRI LANKA NEPAL BHUTAN BANGLADESH INDIA CHINA PHILIPPINES AUSTRALIA TIMOR-LESTE VIETNAM LAOS BURMA THAILAND PAKISTAN AFGHANISTAN INDONESIA CAMBODIA BRUNEI MALAYSIA SINGAPORE MALAYSIA JAPAN OMAN SAUDI ARABIA U.A.E. TURKMENISTAN UZBEKISTAN KYRGYZSTAN TAJIKISTAN GEORGIA ARMENIA MALDIVES RUSSIA U.K. NORWAY SWEDEN FINLAND DEN. BELA. LITH. LAT. EST. RUS. UKR. SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA POL. Svalbard U.S. Macau S.A.R. AZERBAIJAN KAZAKHSTAN Hong Kong S.A.R. IRAN MONGOLIA Taiwan Mt. Everest TAKLA MAKAN DESERT HIMALAYAS SIBERIA GOBI DESERT CHERSKOGO QING ZANG GAOYUAN HENGDUAN SHAN"

Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

copy-to-journal central_america.pdf -t "Central America World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Central America (Spanish: Centroamérica or América Central) is a central geographic region of the Americas. It is the southernmost, isthmian portion of the North American continent, which connects with South America on the southeast. Most of Central America is considered to be part of the Mesoamerican biodiversity hotspot." -T "Río Magdalena North Atlantic Ocean Lago de Maracaibo Golfo de Venezuela Orinoco Panama Canal Mona Passage Anegada Passage North Pacific Caribbean Sea Gulf of Mexico Lago de Nicaragua Straits of Florida Bahía de Campeche Yucatan Channel Windward Passage Río COLOMBIA BRAZIL GUYANA HONDURAS GUATEMALA MEXICO JAMAICA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC UNITED STATES CUBA COSTA RICA Aruba Netherlands Antilles TOBAGO TRINIDAD AND GRENADA ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES DOMINICA BARBADOS Martinique Guadeloupe ST. KITTS AND NEVIS ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA Anguilla Puerto Rico Virgin Is. British Virgin Is. Navassa Island Guantanamo Bay THE BAHAMAS HAITI VENEZUELA Cayman Islands Montserrat NICARAGUA EL SALVADOR COSTA RICA PANAMA BELIZE Turks and Caicos Islands ST. LUCIA Antilles Saint Barthelemy Saint Martin Tampa Freeport Miami Campeche Villahermosa Tuxtla Gutiérrez Tapachula Boa Vista Guatemala Castries Bridgetown Georgetown Ciudad del Carmen Quetzaltenango St. Petersburg Flores Puerto Barrios Puerto San Fernando Arauca Ayacucho Pereira Ibagué Buenaventura Cali Bogotá Santa Ana Salvador San Mérida Basseterre St. John's Plymouth Roseau Kingstown Basse-Terre Fort-de-France St. Croix Matanzas Santa Clara Cienfuegos Camagüey Guantánamo Santiago Montego Bay Belize City La Ceiba Puerto Lempira Puerto Cabezas Choluteca Matagalpa León Bluefields Granada Barranquilla Marta Santa Cartagena Maracaibo Cumaná Valencia Barquisimeto Maracay Puntarenas Bocas del Toro Colón Golfito Monteria Balboa David Mérida Ciudad Guayana Cúcuta Santiago San Cristóbal Bucaramanga Santiago de Cuba Nassau Havana Grand Turk San Juan Santo Domingo Belmopan Tegucigalpa Oranjestad Managua St. George's Willemstad Caracas José Panama Port-of-Spain Puerto Limón Port-au-Prince Kingston George Town Chetumal San Pedro Sula San Miguel Medellín Cabello Puerto Barcelona Maturín Pinar del Río Holguín Nuevitas Manzanillo Cap-Haïtien Cancún Key West Les Cayes La Palma Ciudad Bolívar Isla del Coco Rum Cay San Salvador Samana Cay Mayaguana Great Inagua Acklins Cay Lobos Island Isla de la Providencia Isla de San Andrés SWAN ISLANDS Cay Sal Bank Long Island Crooked Island Guinchos Cay RAGGED RANGE Juventud Trinidad Marie-Galante Tobago Isla Mona ISLAS DE LA BAHIÁ Isla la Tortuga Isla de Margarita Grand Bahama Great Abaco Providence Eleuthera BIMINI ISLANDS Island Cat Island Great Exuma Andros Island Isla Cozumel Curaçao Bonaire ISLAS DEL MAIZ CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN Cayos Miskitos Cayman Trench Puerto Rico Peru Chile The Valley Gustavia Marigot Isla de Aves"

Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

copy-to-journal europe.pdf -t "Europe World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia, Europe is generally divided from Asia to its east by the water divide of the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian Sea, and by the Caucasus Mountains to the southeast." -T "Strait of Gibraltar Denmark Strait Celtic Sea North Atlantic Ocean Ligurian Tagus Volga North Sea Kattegat Skagerrak Baltic Sea Balearic Sea Oder Dnieper Black Sea Danube Elbe Po Danube Rhine Seine Loire Bothnia Gulf of Gulf of Finland Irish Channel English White Sea Onega Ladoga Barents Biscay Greenland Sea Lake Lake Sea Aegean Ionian Tyrrhenian Sea Sea Sea Mediterranean Sea Adriatic FRANCE GREECE BULGARIA Ceut a SPAIN Melilla Isle of Man CROATIA NETH. BEL. ESTONIA MOLDOVAL UX. ANDORRA MONACO LIEC H. Gibraltar NORWAY FINLAND SWEDEN GERMANY UKRAINE BELARUS POLAND Jersey Guernsey TURKEY LATVIA ICELAND DENMARK IRELAND UNITED KINGDOM LITHUANIA RUSSIA CZECH REPUBLIC SLOVAKIA HERZEGOVINA BOSNIA AND SERBIA MONT. HUNGARY SLOVENIA SWITZ. AUSTRIA ROMANIA MACEDONIA MARINOVA TIC AN MALTA ITALY PORTUGAL MOROCCO ALGERIA TUNISIA SAN ALB. RUSSIA SPAIN KOS. Porto Athens Barcelona Tunis Algiers Palermo Naples Cagliari Tirana Podgorica Smolensk Kiruna Hammerfest Tampere Turku Gävle Strasbourg Geneva Genoa Florence Venice Umeå Luleå Stavanger Aberdeen Chernivtsi Mykolayiv Skopje Ljubljana Manchester Vella Andorra Toulouse Nantes Lille Tórshavn Casablanca Bern Riga Reykjavík Rabat Valletta Lisbon Madrid Rome Sofia Sarajevo Belgrade Zagreb Bucharest Vaduz Vienna Budapest Bratislava Chisinau Paris Luxembourg Prague Brussels London Kyiv Amsterdam Berlin Warsaw Dublin Minsk Copenhagen Vilnius Moscow Tallinn Stockholm Oslo Helsinki Thessaloníki Milan Odesa Brest Hrodna Mahilyow Vitsyebsk Zürich Brno Homyel' Varna Iasi Constanta Cluj-Napoca Oulu Murmansk Tromsø Malmö Trondheim Göteborg Bergen Gdansk Kaliningrad Bursa Oran Sevilla Zaragoza Valencia Málaga Bilbao Lyon Bordeaux Marseille Cardiff Edinburgh Leeds Belfast Arkhangel'sk Kraków Lódz L'viv Munich Stuttgart Liverpool Izmir Istanbul Turin Saint Petersburg Poznan Wroclaw Rotterdam Birmingham Glasgow Bonn Cologne Frankfurt Greenland Hamburg Bremen Leipzig Essen Pristina Zhytomyr Chernihiv Vinnytsya Crete Sicily Sardinia Rhodes BALEARIC ISLANDS Corsica Öland Bornholm Gotland ALAND ISLANDS Rockall Jan Mayen Faroe Islands SHETLAND ISLANDS ORKNEY ISLANDS HEBRIDES PYRENEES MASSIF CARPATHIAN EUROPE"

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copy-to-journal middle_east.pdf -t "Middle East World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "The Middle East is a region that spans southwestern Asia and northeastern Africa. It has no clear boundaries. The history of the Middle East dates back to ancient times, and throughout its history the Middle East has been a major centre of world affairs. The Middle East generally has an arid and hot climate, with several major rivers providing irrigation to support agriculture in limited areas." -T "Black Sea Caspian Sea Lake Urmia Tigris Lake Van Euphrates Mediterranean Sea Bosporus Dardanelles Aegean Sea Persian Gulf Aral Sea Gulf of Aqaba Strait of Hormuz Gulf of Suez Suez Canal Dead Sea Gulf of Oman Arabian Sea Gulf of Aden T'ana Hayk' Blue Nile White Nile Mandeb Babel Red Sea SAUDI ARABIA SUDAN EGYPT TURKEY BULGARIA ROM. ETHIOPIA SOMALIA RUSSIA CYPRUS JORDAN ISRAEL GREECE ARMENIA OMAN PAK. KUWAIT UNITED ARAB EMIRATES IRAN TURKMENISTAN UZBEKISTAN GEORGIA AZERBAIJAN ERITREA DJIBOUTI OMAN SYRIA IRAQ AFG. UKR. BAHRAIN QATAR YEMEN LEBANON KAZAKHSTAN Socotra Bucharest Sofia Baku Ankara Ashgabat Athens Damascus Baghdad Amman Cairo Kuwait Manama Riyadh Muscat Khartoum Sanaa Asmara Addis Ababa Krasnodar Istanbul Izmir Adana Aleppo Kirkuk Al Basrah Jerusalem Alexandria Mecca Massawa Jiddah Port Sudan Aswan Said Port Aden Abadan Bandar 'Abbas Mosul Ahvaz Mashhad Zahedan Esfahan Mary Herat Buxoro Groznyy Bursa Konya Samsun Kayseri Gaziantep Bat'umi Crete Golan Heights West Bank Gaza Strip Dhahran Diyarbakir Tabriz Shiraz Dasoguz Nukus Sumqayit Sokhumi Sevastopol' Constanta Varna Thessaloníkí Arbil Al Jizah Suez Asyut Omdurman Wad Madani Djibouti Berbera Hargeysa Al Mukalla Al Hudaydah Abu Dhabi Doha Ad Dammam Al Jubayl Medina Beirut Nicosia Latakia Hims 'Aqabah Yanbu' al Bahr Jizan Yerevan Luxor Tel Aviv Yafo Trabzon Denizli Antalya Erzurum Van Al Ghaydah Salalah Balkanabat Bandar-e Bushehr Kerman Zanjan Rasht Arak Qom An Nasiriyah Hala'ib Aqtau Aktau Ha'il Buraydah Dubai Tabuk Dese Hafar al Batin Tbilisi Kermanshah Türkmenbasy Icel Mersin Abha MIDDLE EAST Türkmenabat Ku¯h-e Dama¯vand Mount Ararat Gora El'brus Tehran Qazvin ZAGROS TAURUS CAUCASUS SYRIAN NUBIAN WESTERN QATTARA DEPRESSION DESERT Lac'Assal SINAI PENINSULA GREAT RIFT VALLEY"

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copy-to-journal north_america.pdf -t "North America World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "North America is the northern continent of the Americas, situated in the Earth's northern hemisphere and almost totally in the western hemisphere. It is bordered on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by the North Atlantic Ocean, on the southeast by the Caribbean Sea, and on the west by the North Pacific Ocean; South America lies to the southeast." -T "Greenland ICELAND EL SALVADOR St. Pierre and Miquelon THE BAHAMAS HAITI BELIZE CUBA Jan Mayen Bermuda GUATEMALA UNITED STATES CANADA UNITED STATES MEXICO RUSSIA NICARAGUA HONDURAS JAMAICA North Pacific Ocean Arctic Ocean Atlantic Labrador Sea Baffin Bay Greenland Sea Hudson Bay Davis Strait Great Salt Lake Lake Michigan Lake Ontario Huron Winnipeg Missouri Great Bear Great Slave Athabasca Lake Superior St. Lawrence Ohio River Arkansas Colorado River Snake River Rio Grande Mississippi Mackenzie Nelson Saskatchewan Columbia Gulf of California Beaufort Sea Bering Sea Chukchi Sea Bering Sea Gulf of Mexico Caribbean Sea Bahía de Campeche Yukon River Lake Erie Denmark Strait Gulf of Alaska East Siberian Sea ISLAS REVILLAGIGEDO QUEEN ELIZABETH ISLANDS Ellesmere Island Baffin Island Victoria Island Banks Island NORTH AMERICA Island of Newfoundland Nord Cherskiy Alert Anadyr' Provideniya Barrow Prudhoe Resolute Nome Fairbanks Inuvik Paamiut Anchorage Dawson Echo Bay Whitehorse Rankin Inlet Yellowknife Watson Lake Juneau Hay River St. John's Churchill Chisasibi Sydney Edmonton Saskatoon Fredericton Calgary Québec Vancouver Halifax Victoria Regina Saint John Winnipeg Montréal Seattle Boston Portland Toronto Hamilton Minneapolis New York Detroit Windsor Milwaukee Philadelphia Chicago Columbus Indianapolis Salt Lake City San Francisco St. Louis Denver Charleston Atlanta Oklahoma City Los Angeles Albuquerque Phoenix San Diego Tijuana Dallas Jacksonville Mexicali El Paso Ciudad Houston New Orleans Juárez Miami Hermosillo Chihuahua Monterrey Matamoros La Paz Torreón Mazatlán Tampico Mérida León Guadalajara Veracruz Puebla Oaxaca Acapulco Iqaluit Cambridge Bay Happy Valley Goose Bay Prince Rupert Charlottetown Memphis San Antonio Thunder Bay Ottawa Nassau Port-au-Prince Kingston Belmopan Tegucigalpa Managua San Salvador Scoresbysund Tasiilaq Frederikshåb Kangerlussuaq Narsarsuaq Qaanaaq Thule Reykjavík Ittoqqortoormiit Cleveland Baltimore Bethel Valdez Moosonee Repulse Bay Prince George Pittsburgh Norfolk Sacramento Kansas City Pevek Schefferville Cancún Kodiak Søndre Strømfjord Godthåb Nuuk Washington, D.C. Havana Mexico Guatemala Ivujivik Las Vegas BROOKS RANGE ALASKA RANGE SIERRA NEVADA ROCKY MOUNTAINS APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS SIERRA MADRE Mt. McKinley Death Valley CASCADES"

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copy-to-journal oceania.pdf -t "Oceania World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Oceania (sometimes Oceanica) is a geographical, often geopolitical, region consisting of numerous lands—mostly islands in the Pacific Ocean and vicinity. The term "Oceania" was coined in 1831 by French explorer Dumont d'Urville. The term is used today in many languages to define one of the continents and is one of eight terrestrial ecozones." -T "Philippine Sea South China Sea Celebes Sea Sulu Sea Luzon Strait Solomon Sea Bismarck Sea Arafura Sea Timor Sea Banda Sea Java Sea Molucca Sea Strait Torres Gulf of Carpentaria North Pacific Ocean South Pacific Ocean Indian Ocean Tasman Sea Coral Sea Great Australian Bight Darling Murray Bass Strait Great Barrier Reef CLIPPERTON FRACTURE ZONE CLARION FRACTURE ZONE MOLOKAI FRACTURE ZONE Wewak Sorong Darwin Surabaya Palu Samarinda Manado Townsville Alice Springs Port Hedland Lae Jayapura Brisbane Perth Sydney Gold Coast Rockhampton Gladstone Mackay Cairns Bunbury Manila Saipan Majuro Melekeok Bandar Seri Begawan Dili Tarawa Funafuti Honiara Port Moresby Apia Pago Papeete Adamstown Port-Vila Suva Alofi Nuku'alofa Avarua Noumea Kingston Canberra Wellington Honolulu Davao Adelaide Melbourne Auckland Christchurch Dunedin Invercargill Hobart Taipei Fuzhou Guangzhou Wenzhou Xiamen Shantou Kao-hsiung Naha Cagayan de Oro Zamboanga Cebu Bacolod Iloilo Makassar Banjarmasin Denpasar Kupang Ambon Hamilton Kalgoorlie Broken Hill Whyalla Bendigo Geelong Mount Isa Newcastle Wollongong Madang Hastings Yaren District Geraldton Esperance Mata-Utu Palikir Hagåtña Tahiti Mururoa Pohnpei Eniwetak Timor Flores Sumba Ceram Celebes Palawan Negros Yap Lord Howe Island RYUKU ISLANDS Sumbawa ÎLES SOCIETY ISLANDS ÎLES TUBUAI KERMADEC KIRIBATI CHATHAM ISLANDS Lombok HAWAIIAN ISLANDS DAITO-SHOTO NAMPO-SHOTO BONIN ISLANDS VOLCANO ISLANDS Samar MARSHALL ISLANDS TUVALU Tokelau SAMOA Northern Mariana Islands SOLOMON ISLANDS KERMADEC ISLANDS American Palmyra Atoll Kingman Reef Johnston Atoll Midway Islands Marcus Island Ashmore and Cartier Islands Oahu PHOENIX ISLANDS LINE ISLANDS Christmas Island North Island New Ireland New Britain Guadalcanal Bougainville Guam Borneo New Guinea PAPUA NEW GUINEA AUSTRALIA INDONESIA PHILIPPINES CHINA Viti Vanua Stewart Island Okinawa New Caledonia Cook Islands American Samoa Wallis and Futuna Niue Coral Sea Islands BRUNEI S.A.R. Taiwan TIMOR-LESTE Hawaii Kauai Maui Kwajalein Ceva-i-Ra Banaba Bali Luzon Negros Yap RYUKU Kiritimati MARQUISES RAWAKI GILBERT ISLANDS Mindanao South Island CAROLINE ISLANDS Panay Buru Stewart Island Mariana Northern Islands Baker Island Howland Island Wake Island Jarvis Island Norfolk Island Pitcairn Islands NEW ZEALAND VANUATU FIJI TONGA MALAYSIA Macau NAURU PALAU FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA Hong Kong S.A.R. French Polynesia Okino-tori-shima Rapa ARCHIPEL DES TUAMOTU Tasmania SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS Rotuma Levu Java Halmahera Minerva Reef SIMPSON DESERT GIBSON HAMMERSLEY GREAT VICTORIA GREAT SANDY Mount Kosciuszko Lake Eyre OCEANIA"

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copy-to-journal southeast_asia.pdf -t "Southeast Asia World Factbook Map (PDF)" -m "application/pdf" -d "Southeast Asia is a subregion of Asia, consisting of the countries that are geographically south of China, east of India and north of Australia. The region lies on the intersection of geological plates, with heavy seismic and volcanic activity. Southeast Asia consists of two geographic regions: the Asian mainland, and island arcs and archipelagoes to the east and southeast." -T "LAOS AUSTRALIA CHINA VIETNAM THAILAND BURMA INDIA MALAYSIA SINGAPORE BRUNEI PAPUA NEW GUINEA INDONESIA Ashmore and Cartier Islands TIMOR-LESTE Cocos Keeling Islands Macau S.A.R. FED. STATES OF MICRONESIA PALAU JAPAN Hong Kong S.A.R. Christmas Island PHILIPPINES CAMBODIA Taiwan Buru Borneo Bangka Billiton Sumatra Pulau Simeulue Pulau Nias Pulau Siberut Pratas Island Samar Mindoro Mindanao Negros Palawan Luzon Ceram PARACEL ISLANDS SPRATLY ISLANDS BABUYAN ISLANDS KEPULAUAN ISLANDS MENTAWAI Halmahera Pulau Sulawesi NICOBAR NAMPO SHOTO RYUKYU Okinawa Okino-tori-shima BONIN ISLANDS VOLCANO ISLANDS Timor Bali Madura Sumba Flores Sumbawa ANDAMAN ISLANDS Lombok KEPULAUAN ARU NATUNA Dao Hainan DAITO-SHOTO Java Panay MOLUCCAS SOUTHEAST ASIA New Guinea Davao Haiphong Ho Chi Minh City Pontianak Samarinda Palu Ambon Palembang Padang Medan Banda Aceh Phuket George Town Ipoh Kuching Semarang Bandung Surabaya Makassar Kupang Cebu Shanghai Hangzhou Changsha Guangzhou Nanning Chengdu Mandalay Pathein Mawlamyine Mai Da Nang Kunming Taipei Fuzhou Nanchang Guiyang Wuhan Long Xuyen Nha Trang Jayapura Sorong Manado Bacolod Hanoi Vientiane Rangoon Manila Bangkok Phnom Penh Bandar Seri Begawan Kuala Lumpur Singapore Jakarta Denpasar Nakhon Ratchasima Chiang Tanjungkarang Banjarmasin Zamboanga Cagayan de Oro Iloilo Naha Kao-hsiung Xiamen Chongqing Zigong Shantou Ningbo Wenzhou Zhanjiang Hefei Mount Isa Port Hedland Karratha Melekeok Hue Songkhla Dawei Vinh Kota Kinabalu Dili Kendari Merauke Melaka Akyab Nay Pyi Taw Telukbetung Darwin South China Sea East China Sea Java Sea Indian Ocean Arafura Sea Celebes Sea Sulu Sea Gulf of Tonkin Gulf of Thailand Coco Channel Great Channel Strait of Malacca Andaman Sea Philippine Sea North Pacific Ocean Timor Sea Banda Sea Taiwan Strait Mekong Irrawaddy Salween Brahmaputra Molucca Sea Flores Sea Makassar Strait Selat Sunda Jiang Xi Gulf of Carpentaria Luzon Strait Selat Karimata Selat Lombok Yangtze CHAÎNE ANNAMITIQUE BARISAN PEGUNUNGAN MAOKE GREAT SANDY DESERT HENGDUAN SHAN"

comment:13 Changed 11 years ago by garycmartin

OK, so that's all the base maps cleaned up and uploaded here (africa, asia, central_america, europe, middle_east, north_america, oceania, south_america, southeast_asia), along with copy-to-journal commands. Cleaning up the tag lists was this most time consuming step (duplicates, odd string breaks).

comment:14 Changed 11 years ago by sdz

  • Bug Status changed from New to Assigned
  • Severity changed from Major to Blocker

thanks again! :) I'll try to pull all this in the next snapshot... making it a blocker!

comment:15 Changed 11 years ago by sdz

  • Bug Status changed from Assigned to New
  • Milestone changed from soas_linuxtag to soas_v2
  • Priority changed from Urgent to Normal
  • Severity changed from Blocker to Critical
  • Summary changed from Populate Journal with a handful of useful/exemplary items to Tracker for additional sample content in the Journal

making this the general ticket for sample content...

comment:16 Changed 11 years ago by walter

If anyone is interested in taking it on, I have permission from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to distribute 100 pictures from their collection--kid-oriented images. We never finished packaging them while I was at OLPC, but it would make a nice content bundle to include. I'll create a separate ticket to track this project.

comment:17 Changed 11 years ago by sascha_silbe

  • Distribution/OS changed from SoaS to Unspecified

Bulk change distribution=SoaS -> component=SoaS

comment:18 Changed 10 years ago by sdz

  • Resolution set to obsolete
  • Status changed from new to closed

We'd have to get any additional content packaged in Fedora and an exception granted. While this shouldn't be an issue itself, I'm going to close this for now, given that Mirabelle will ship as is. I'm happy to look into this again, though. :)

comment:19 Changed 7 years ago by dnarvaez

  • Milestone Blueberry deleted

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