How to update
perl schema.pl > data.wiki ## generate a new wiki from the google doc git diff ## look at the diffs git commit -m "update" -a ## commit them git push origin master ## push
This tool is to take the list of map features that sam has been compiling and be able to transform them into something new. in the process, I learned a bit about google spreadsheets. Amazing that they have such a verbose data format, the data is expanded about 10x bigger than any csv format, and you can get a feed for each cell. Anyway, I now have a perl script that will pull and parse this XML atom data feed of the spreadsheet. It creates currently a set of template instances which expand into some ugly html. That can be fixed without programming by changing the wiki template. If you want to generate different code, you can also do that without programming using the template toolkit! so it is easy for n00bs to use.
The plan is to create an XML schema, a stylesheet, sql tables and a rdf ontology based on this table, of course we need to understand it first.
See the resulting data here User:H4ck3rm1k3/TagOntology
See the template here how the html was produced http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Template:TagMap
The program downloads the xml from google docs and transforms it. http://spreadsheets.google.com/feeds/cells/0Am70fsptsPF2dENGRWNOQ3lmeU5UbWlORFZTZFpvRWc/od6/public/basic
Optionally you can pass it a file, so without any parameters, it will download the file, otherwise it will use the given file.
I have checked in the example xml here : http://gitorious.org/~h4ck3rm1k3/wikimap-books/h4ck3rm1k3s-wikimap-books-legend/blobs/raw/5f1c5bdc71414af3184a4d07ed0864c546755781/data.xml
And example of the output is here: http://gitorious.org/~h4ck3rm1k3/wikimap-books/h4ck3rm1k3s-wikimap-books-legend/blobs/master/data.wiki
The template used is here : http://gitorious.org/~h4ck3rm1k3/wikimap-books/h4ck3rm1k3s-wikimap-books-legend/blobs/master/templates/Wiki.tt
The fields of the sheet are :
The generated code can be modified using the template toolkit : http://template-toolkit.org/