Serval Maps version 0.2

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By: Brenda Clarke

The Serval Maps application was originally developed in 2011 and was the focus of my honours thesis.

Over the past couple of months I have been undertaking a rewrite of the application. The rewrite of the application was undertaken for two main reasons.

First, to update the code to take into account all of the lessons that I learnt during the development of the prototype.

Second, to change the core of the application to use the Rhizome capabilities of the main Serval Project software.

The new code is being written in the development branch of the  source code repository on GitHub.

Additionally new documentation is being written and put into the Serval Project Wiki. The main page for the documentation is available here.

Version 0.2 of the Serval Maps application was used recently during the KiwiEx exercise that Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen has written about on his blog [1] and [2].

Additional information about the progress on development will be published here on this blog when possible.

The image “Globe” was uploaded to Flickr by Brenda Clarke and used under the terms of a Creative Commons license.


This post was originally published on the Thoughts by Techxplorer blog and is licensed using a Creative Commons license.

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