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"okc_nightcrawler (Ron)" <okc_nightcrawler@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: 4/9/2007 5:01:23 PM
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Re: [GPSstash] Re: Geo microformat


Upgrade! To anything that'll take a cable! I use an Etrex, an Etrex Vista
and a Magellan Meridian. I download my pocket queries to GSAK and use GSAK
to upload to all three units.

Ron


-------Original Message-------

From: Charles
Date: 04/09/07 12:10:07
To: gpsstash@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [GPSstash] Re: Geo microformat


I have an Explorist 200 that you can't do anything but manually
enter coordinates for caches into. It takes me about thirty seconds
to a minute to enter them and name them something to keep up with
what's what. Is that too time consuming for most people? Are the gps
units that you can do the download stuff that much faster? Can you
pump a bunch of geocache coords in in a second or two or what's the
deal? I'm happy, but would I be a lot happier with download
capability? Sell me on it, I'm willing to listen...

Ramapirate

--- In gpsstash@yahoogroups.com, "Neil R. Ormos"
wrote:
>
> Andy Mabbett wrote:
>
> > Those of you who publish waypoints on websites
> > may be interested in the 'Geo' microformat:
>
> > Intro: 29>
>
> > Spec, etc:
>
> > which is for marking-up waypoints in (X)HTML, so
> > that they can easily be looked up on maps,
> > downloaded into GPS units, or processed in some
> > other way.
>
> > I'm happy to answer any questions, or to help
> > webmasters begin using them.
>
> Great! Yet another unnecessary, overcomplicated,
> incompatible format for representing geographic
> coordinates. But I guess when your only tool is a
> Howitzer, you use it, even when you just need to
> drive a nail.
>





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