This sounds like an interesting idea - effectively an extension to embedding
a simple OSM map on a web page to include data from another source.
While I think this is possible with existing javascript libraries such as
OpenLayers, I think the main aim of this project is to make that easy for a
more casual user, who does not speak much JavaScript.
It think this would be a useful contribution.   It is also very nice to see
suggestions coming from prospective students, thank you!

Does anyone else have any thoughts on this?



On 14 March 2010 17:22, Sajjad Anwar <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have put forward an idea into the GSoC 2010 wiki page. The link is here
> It is basically to create an easy to use mashup generator based on
> OpenLayers API,  to enable people to use OpenStreetMap data in various ways
> including presenting on a web page and taking print outs.
> I would personally love to take this project forward, if everyone thinks
> this is worth developing and feasible. Waiting for comments and suggestions.
> Regards.
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