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This is the ArgooMap project ("argoomap")
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ArgooMap is an online, map-based discussion forum, which allows participants to reference their contributions to geographic locations. Different versions of ArguMap and ArgooMap/Argoomap were developed by students supervised by Dr. Claus Rinner at Ryerson University (Toronto, Canada) with partial funding from the GEOIDE Network of Centres of Excellence and DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service. Past and current developers at Ryerson and the University of Muenster include: - Carsten Keßler - Marius Austerschulte - Sepehr Mavedati - Sami Munshi - Matrica Joshi Alternative versions (not yet available here) were developed by: - Aaron Sani (Ryerson) - Soheil Boroushaki (Univ. of Western Ontario) - Ana Simao (University College London) The ArgooMap Sourceforge project page contains two implementations of the package, which diverged from a single older version, ArguMap. The first known as 'Argoomap1' or 'ArgooMap_Rye' is PHP-based... (see readme1st for more).
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