Re: [Flightgear-devel] Alaska mapping/scenery improvements

2011-09-21 Thread J. Holden
I believe the Anchorage terminal is in the scenery models repository, but no 
one I know of has worked on Alaska scenery until this month.

While there are some square degrees still conspicuous by their absence, here is 
11 square degrees worth of Alaska land cover data, developed specifically for 
inclusion in the official FlightGear repository:

http://www.stattosoftware.com/flightgear/alaska.zip

This is ready to be added to the mapserver, at Martin's leisure - and feel free 
to add it to your own mapserver.

Also, TerraGear isn't working for me on the server I've been graciously granted 
access to - so if anyone wishes to compile and share this area I'd be very 
happy,

Cheers
John

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] Alaska mapping/scenery improvements

2011-09-21 Thread Martin Spott
J. Holden wrote:

 This is ready to be added to the mapserver, at Martin's leisure - and feel
 free to add it to your own mapserver.

Thanks, noted - I'm still busy doing groundwork, as time permits.

Cheers,
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[Flightgear-devel] Alaska mapping/scenery improvements

2011-09-19 Thread HB-GRAL
Hi there

Is there anyone out doing some mapping/scenery improvements on Alaska ? 
I decided to make Alaska as a center for testing some new sources and 
experimental scenery improvements. Does anyone know about a FlightGear 
Alaska initiative in the past ? Beside of contribution to scenery or map 
improvements, do we have some FlightGear contributors from Alaska ?

Cheers, Yves

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