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* This page is intended for mapping Links experimental or otherwise
[1]
* Mouse Click to Navigate Maps with major Layers [2]

* GoogleGo ogle, Go-ogle, Goggle, Googly, Gogol, Giggle, Gaggle, Gargle, Gurgle, Joggle, Googlies, Gogol's Earth Links [3]
* 1200x1200 Click Maps [4]
* 800x600 & 800x800 Click Maps [5]
* 350x350 Click Maps [6]

* Special layers [7]
* Large Area Stitched tile Contour Maps with elevations [8]

* Discussion [9]

* Dan\'s Thoughts [10]

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THIS PAGE IS INTENDED FOR MAPPING LINKS EXPERIMENTAL OR OTHERWISE

MapsReadyToPrint [11]
1200x1200 maps of the Melbourne Wireless areas - printable for use at
General Meetings

MOUSE CLICK TO NAVIGATE MAPS WITH MAJOR LAYERS

These maps allow browsing by scrolling, or by clicking anywhere on
the map with the later developed ones. (Not limited to just selecting
where nodes are located) The map will centre where you clicked.

GOOGLEGO OGLE, GO-OGLE, GOGGLE, GOOGLY, GOGOL, GIGGLE, GAGGLE, GARGLE, GURGLE, JOGGLE, GOOGLIES, GOGOL'S EARTH LINKS

Nodes and links for googlego ogle, go-ogle, goggle, googly, Gogol, giggle, gaggle, gargle, gurgle, joggle, googlies, Gogol's earth [12] Will also show the path &
ground clearance with tilt
Links for googlego ogle, go-ogle, goggle, googly, Gogol, giggle, gaggle, gargle, gurgle, joggle, googlies, Gogol's earth [13] Just the links.

1200X1200 CLICK MAPS

Last Updated
Description

28/8/10
1200x1200 click map V2.5 [14] Now a 1200x1200 PHPPHIP, PP, PH, HP, PHI, PHD, PIP, PAP, PEP, POP, PUP, PCP, PH'S version with urlURL, UL, URLs, Ural, Ur, Erl, Burl, burl, curl, furl, hurl, purl, Uri, urn, Ur's
node lookup, gpsgaps, gyps, GPA, gos, fps, GP, PS, gs, cps, G's, GPO, Gus, PPS, gas, DPs, UPS, bps, ops, rps, ups, Gap's, gap's, go's, P's, GE's, Ga's, Ge's, Gd's, Gk's, Gr's, Sp's
co-ords and approx distance from center to cursor.

800X600 & 800X800 CLICK MAPS

Last Updated
Description

20/6/05

Fixed map files for all maps to use correct database. Peter NodeGURNode, Rodger, Codger, Dodger, Lodger, Bodega, Nader, Nuder, Nodes, Nosegay, Niger, Nordic, Dengue, Node's, Neut, Nigger, Badger, Dodgier, Nodular, Dodge, Deg, Neg, Nod, Nudge, Edgar, Edger, Dodgy, Integer, Nadir, Niter, Noddy, Nodded, Nudged, Nagger, Note, Nude, Cadger, Hedger, Ledger, Nods, Nougat, Tongue, Taegu, Decor, Needier, Nader's
[16]
800x800 click map V2.5 [17] Now an 800x800 PHPPHIP, PP, PH, HP, PHI, PHD, PIP, PAP, PEP, POP, PUP, PCP, PH'S version with urlURL, UL, URLs, Ural, Ur, Erl, Burl, burl, curl, furl, hurl, purl, Uri, urn, Ur's node
lookup, gpsgaps, gyps, GPA, gos, fps, GP, PS, gs, cps, G's, GPO, Gus, PPS, gas, DPs, UPS, bps, ops, rps, ups, Gap's, gap's, go's, P's, GE's, Ga's, Ge's, Gd's, Gk's, Gr's, Sp's co-ords and distance from center to cursor.
27/12/04
Fixed phpPhip, PP, pH, pp, HP, hp, phi, PhD, Pip, pap, pep, pip, pop, pup, PCP, pH's click maps to work again after node selection changes

26/9/04
800x600 click map V2.1 [19] Now an 800x600 PHPPHIP, PP, PH, HP, PHI, PHD, PIP, PAP, PEP, POP, PUP, PCP, PH'S version with urlURL, UL, URLs, Ural, Ur, Erl, Burl, burl, curl, furl, hurl, purl, Uri, urn, Ur's
node lookuplook up, look-up, lockup, hookup, look, loop, linkup, lockups, lookout, looks, loopy, looker, looked, workup, Loki, lockout, lop, Coop, Lock, coop, coup, goop, lock, lockup's and zoom control - thanks gummaygum may, gum-may, gummy, Gamay, gamma, gammy, Guam, gamy, gum, Jimmy, Kimmy, gimme, jimmy, Gama, gummier, dummy, mummy, rummy, tummy, yummy, Cammy, Jemmy, comma, jammy, jemmy, gammas, gummed, gamma's for the PHPPHIP, PP, PH, HP, PHI, PHD, PIP, PAP, PEP, POP, PUP, PCP, PH'S input.

5/8/04
800x600 click map V2.1 [21] Now an 800x600 version with map layer
selection and has Dan's extra layers.

5/8/04
800x600 click map V2 [23]

5/8/04
I've updated these 800x600 maps to use a normal colored mapfile.
Peter

350X350 CLICK MAPS

Last Updated
Description

27/12/04
Fixed phpPhip, PP, pH, pp, HP, hp, phi, PhD, Pip, pap, pep, pip, pop, pup, PCP, pH's click maps to work again after node selection changes

30/9/04
350x350 click map V2.1 [25] Now a 350x350 PHPPHIP, PP, PH, HP, PHI, PHD, PIP, PAP, PEP, POP, PUP, PCP, PH'S version with urlURL, UL, URLs, Ural, Ur, Erl, Burl, burl, curl, furl, hurl, purl, Uri, urn, Ur's node
lookuplook up, look-up, lockup, hookup, look, loop, linkup, lockups, lookout, looks, loopy, looker, looked, workup, Loki, lockout, lop, Coop, Lock, coop, coup, goop, lock, lockup's and zoom control.

Dan: Excellent stuff, very easy and intuitive to use. I'd like to
see this added to the devDev, Deva, Devi, Devy, derv, DEC, Deb, Dec, deb, DE, De, Ev, Dav, Dov, def, div, DEA, Dee, Der, Dew, dew, Del, Dem, Den, Des, Kev, Lev, Nev, Rev, deg, den, rev, Dex, Dev's, De's site under the "maps" heading as "browse
map" - when you click on a node it takes you to that node's locfindercoffined, lavender, lignite, livened, ligand, likened, governed, legend, lorgnette, liquefied, leavened, L'Enfant
entry, when you click on a part of a map that's not a node you go back
to the "browse" page.

14/7/04
Click map V2.1 [27] Dan combines Peter's fine work into one map -
Place Names layer added to Click Map V2.0, plus Regional Group
Boundaries, Rivers and Train Lines.

12/7/04
Click anywhere on the map V2.0 [28] to navigate around - now with
map layer selection.

11/7/04
Scrollable [30] map development - click to move around

11/7/04
Point & click selectable [32] region map

11/7/04
Click anywhere on the map [34] to navigate around.

SPECIAL LAYERS

Added place names and boundaries layer to mapfilemap file, map-file, maple, Maypole, maypole, misfile, Marple, manful, mappable, mayfly, muffle, piffle, marvel [36]

LARGE AREA STITCHED TILE CONTOUR MAPS WITH ELEVATIONS

I created these maps , (write my essay [37]) based on Tyson's 350x350
contour map file to make it much easier to work out line of sight [38]
paths over greater areas. Hopefully this will help make the building
of the melbourneMelbourne, Melbourne's wireless mesh a little easier.

BIG 100 tile South Eastern Melbourne [39] contour map with nodes &
links
Large Northern Melbourne [41] contour map with nodes & links
14 x 7 Tile Eastern Melbourne [43] contour map with nodes overflow:
auto; border: 1px solid; padding: 3px;"> Clickmap, though absolutely
fantastic (good work!), doesn't work in MozillaMozelle, Mazola, Maxilla, Mirilla, Myrilla, Rozella, Mills, Moselle, Moils, Molls, Millay, Maxillae, Mill, Moll, Mosul, Mislay, Moil, Marsiella, Mella, Milli, Milly, Molli, Molly, Muzzily, Mobil, Marcella, Marcille, Mill's, Moll's, Manila, Merill, Mobile, Cozily, Dozily, Motile, Mosley, Morsel, Muzzle, Mozelle's :-( Looking through
the code at the moment . . . -- gummAYgummy, Gamay, gamma, gammy, Guam, gamy, gum, Jimmy, Kimmy, gimme, jimmy, Gama, gummier, dummy, mummy, rummy, tummy, yummy, Cammy, Jemmy, comma, jammy, jemmy, gammas, gummed, gamma's [45] 10/07/04

HmmHM, Hm, MM, Mm, HMO, Ham, H'm, Hem, Him, Hum, HMS, Hm's , I assume you mean firefoxfire fox, fire-fox, firebox, Fairfax, prefix, fireflies, Filofax, firefly's, fireworks, firebugs, freaks, forefoot's, fresco's, Frisco's, firebug's, freak's, firework's mozilla, yer it seems to be choking
on the preloadreload, prelate, preloaded, prelude, freeload, periled, relaid, payload, paroled, plead, prepaid, prowled, perilled, period, plod, prod, peeled, relied, prelacy, proud image i have to initially load the map. I'm thinking of
passing this task over to javascriptjava script, java-script, conscript, manuscript, script, subscript, prescript, typescript using an onloadon load, on-load, unload, inlaid, download, unloads, inroad, offload, Onida, Iliad, inland, upload, Oneida, old, Arnold, Orland, inlay, unclad, onward, only, onto, unloaded, overload, unloved, Oneal, aloud, oiled event instead. I
noticed that the validatorvalidate, validity, validated, validates, gladiator, validating, Valida, valuated, Valida's, validity's doesn't like this part too but it works
fine in IE. -- Peter NodeGURNode, Rodger, Codger, Dodger, Lodger, Bodega, Nader, Nuder, Nodes, Nosegay, Niger, Nordic, Dengue, Node's, Neut, Nigger, Badger, Dodgier, Nodular, Dodge, Deg, Neg, Nod, Nudge, Edgar, Edger, Dodgy, Integer, Nadir, Niter, Noddy, Nodded, Nudged, Nagger, Note, Nude, Cadger, Hedger, Ledger, Nods, Nougat, Tongue, Taegu, Decor, Needier, Nader's [46]

Nope, just plain mozilla. The issue is that the window.event.OffsetX
and Y just don't exist in the Gecko DOM thing's javascriptjava script, java-script, conscript, manuscript, script, subscript, prescript, typescript
inplementation. I had it almost working before going out last night,
then came home to a blank screen -- Always save your work kiddies!
From what I can recall, they key lies with LayerxLayers, Latex, Lawyers, Layer, Layer's, Laxer, Lagers, Lurex, Bayeux, Lawyer's, LyX, Lax, Layovers, Lynx, Lager's, Lakes, Lexer, Lye's, Lake's, Layover's and Layery. MozillaMozelle, Mazola, Maxilla, Mirilla, Myrilla, Rozella, Mills, Moselle, Moils, Molls, Millay, Maxillae, Mill, Moll, Mosul, Mislay, Moil, Marsiella, Mella, Milli, Milly, Molli, Molly, Muzzily, Mobil, Marcella, Marcille, Mill's, Moll's, Manila, Merill, Mobile, Cozily, Dozily, Motile, Mosley, Morsel, Muzzle, Mozelle's
and its variants are simply more strict when it comes to things like
this. For example IE will oft allow you to leave off "document" from a
document.* statement.
To be exact: Zoomin, ZoomoutZoom out, Zoom-out, Zoomed, Zoom, Smut, Zooms, Zooming, Omit, Smote, Most, Mort, Mott, Moat and resetmapreset map, reset-map, stamp, stomp, stump, stumpy, stamper, residuum work fine. the lines in
question in clickcentreclick centre, click-centre, Legendre, Alexandre, cliquiest, Aleksandr, coalescent, Alexandr, clerestory, Alexandra, Alexandro, Cassandre, quicksand, pleasantry, quicksands, quicksand's, Aleksandr's are:

xselect= window.event.offsetX-175+1; yselect=
window.event.offsetY-175+1;
I'll keep tinkering I guess. (have a look at ffoxff ox, ff-ox, Fox, fox, fix, foxy, affix, Fax, fax, Cox, box, cox, fog, lox, pox, flax, flex, flux, Knox, Fox's, fox's, Flo's too) --gummAY [47]
11/07/04

Hopefully fixed browser compatibility with mozilla. -- Peter NodeGURNode, Rodger, Codger, Dodger, Lodger, Bodega, Nader, Nuder, Nodes, Nosegay, Niger, Nordic, Dengue, Node's, Neut, Nigger, Badger, Dodgier, Nodular, Dodge, Deg, Neg, Nod, Nudge, Edgar, Edger, Dodgy, Integer, Nadir, Niter, Noddy, Nodded, Nudged, Nagger, Note, Nude, Cadger, Hedger, Ledger, Nods, Nougat, Tongue, Taegu, Decor, Needier, Nader's
[48] 11/7/04

FirefoxFire fox, Fire-fox, Firebox, Fairfax, Prefix, Fireflies, Filofax, Firefly's, Fireworks, Firebugs, Freaks, Forefoot's, Fresco's, Frisco's, Firebug's, Freak's, Firework's works - MozillaMozelle, Mazola, Maxilla, Mirilla, Myrilla, Rozella, Mills, Moselle, Moils, Molls, Millay, Maxillae, Mill, Moll, Mosul, Mislay, Moil, Marsiella, Mella, Milli, Milly, Molli, Molly, Muzzily, Mobil, Marcella, Marcille, Mill's, Moll's, Manila, Merill, Mobile, Cozily, Dozily, Motile, Mosley, Morsel, Muzzle, Mozelle's is stalling (Map Loading Please wait) MozillaMozelle, Mazola, Maxilla, Mirilla, Myrilla, Rozella, Mills, Moselle, Moils, Molls, Millay, Maxillae, Mill, Moll, Mosul, Mislay, Moil, Marsiella, Mella, Milli, Milly, Molli, Molly, Muzzily, Mobil, Marcella, Marcille, Mill's, Moll's, Manila, Merill, Mobile, Cozily, Dozily, Motile, Mosley, Morsel, Muzzle, Mozelle's
1.6 Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040510 -
graybeard [49] 11/072004

MozillaMozelle, Mazola, Maxilla, Mirilla, Myrilla, Rozella, Mills, Moselle, Moils, Molls, Millay, Maxillae, Mill, Moll, Mosul, Mislay, Moil, Marsiella, Mella, Milli, Milly, Molli, Molly, Muzzily, Mobil, Marcella, Marcille, Mill's, Moll's, Manila, Merill, Mobile, Cozily, Dozily, Motile, Mosley, Morsel, Muzzle, Mozelle's 1.7b is fine here, suggest upgrading - gummAYgummy, Gamay, gamma, gammy, Guam, gamy, gum, Jimmy, Kimmy, gimme, jimmy, Gama, gummier, dummy, mummy, rummy, tummy, yummy, Cammy, Jemmy, comma, jammy, jemmy, gammas, gummed, gamma's [50] 11/07/2004

After much to'ingtoeing, Ting, ting, doing, toking, toning, toting, towing, toying, teaing, teeing, Toni, tinge, Tonia, Tonie, tin, ton, tong, Tina, Tine, Tony, Town, ding, tine, tiny, tone, tony, torn, town, tying, going, thing, Taine, Towny, dding, tonne and fro'ingfiring, freeing, foreign, faring, firring, fringe, furring, forcing, fording, forging, forking, forming, frogging, frothing, frowning, frown, fairing, roving, fearing, frying, framing, fraying, goring, Freon, forgoing, freon, Ring, farina, ring, boring, coring, frig, frog, poring, soring, Fran, frond, front, ruing, wring it turns out to be something in the
users preferences directory - both the original 1.6 and the newer 1.7
work okay with a fresh one. Now to retweakre tweak, re-tweak, tweak, retake, retook, rework, fretwork, network, redneck, artwork, Rutger ALL those customizations
Ah, and it's nice work too. It's coming along nicely. - graybeard
[51] 11/07/2004

Sorry to hear - gummAYgummy, Gamay, gamma, gammy, Guam, gamy, gum, Jimmy, Kimmy, gimme, jimmy, Gama, gummier, dummy, mummy, rummy, tummy, yummy, Cammy, Jemmy, comma, jammy, jemmy, gammas, gummed, gamma's [52] 12/07/04

The "now with map layer selection" [53] is excellent, it's a very
useful feature.
It's obviously not going to be easy to start at a given node (I
imagine that option is on your feature list), but the option to do so
would be the icing on the cake, as well as a button to recenter it
when we roam to far.
An easy way to snag the Node co-ordinates might be to include this
directly from the individual node id pages [54] (as a 3rd map)? -
graybeard [55] 11/07/2004

DAN\'S THOUGHTS

Wow! Peter, the clickable, layer-selectable map rocks my socks off!
Man, the whole of LocFinderCoffined, Lavender, Lignite, Livened, Ligand, Likened, Governed, Legend, Lorgnette, Liquefied, Leavened, L'Enfant [56] should be based around it. Features
such as "node compare" and "search" could be included on the same page
or appear as a child page that change the view of the main map. As
well as clicking on the map to move around, would it be possible to
have a sidebar (or links that pop up child pages) that allows you to
enter a node name, street address a la automatic lookuplook up, look-up, lockup, hookup, look, loop, linkup, lockups, lookout, looks, loopy, looker, looked, workup, Loki, lockout, lop, Coop, Lock, coop, coup, goop, lock, lockup's [57], suburb
only or raw GPSGAPS, GYPS, GPA, GOS, FPS, GP, PS, GS, CPS, G'S, GPO, GUS, PPS, GAS, DPS, UPS, BPS, OPS, RPS, GAP'S, GO'S, P'S, GE'S, GA'S, GD'S, GK'S, GR'S, SP'S coordinates. When any of these locations is entered
the map should centre on it (in the case of suburb or area, the map
should encompass the whole suburb).

Would it be possible also to have a "printable map" link that would
pop up the current map view as a larger map in a child window. By not
having browse features on this printable map, it would stop the server
from being hammered with requests for big maps.

At some later date, perhaps an option to display a list of the X
number of closest nodes to the centre of the map, similar to the
closest nodes [58] page.

I suppose the map could have two modes - node view mode and browse
view. Node view would be pretty much the same as the /maps/view?id=XXX
type page, but with some browse features, such as layer selection.
Clicking on the map to move around would keep the original node data
display until you clicked on another node. Browse view would replace
specific node data with more browse and search features such as the
ones described above.

Basically browse view opens up the map so that you aren't restricted
to viewing the map from the point of view of any particular node - you
can now go anywhere. If we ever get line-of-site cross-sections and/or
signal propogationpropagation, prorogation, proportion, proposition, provocation, propagation's maps happening, we can create them for any point on
the map, not necessarily from or to a currently registered node
location.

Hmm, maybe Tyson will tell me off for not putting these thoughts on
the MapServerMap Server, Map-Server, Passover, Mappers, Massive, CompuServe, Maps, Passive, Impassive, Mopers, MIPSes, Map's, Missive, Moper's [59] Feature Requests section. But all the fun stuff is
happening here, dammit! -- DanFlettDandled, Dangled, Tangled, Donalt, Deflate, Inflate, Snaffled, Conflate, Defiled, Anviled, Tenfold, Donald [60]
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14/07/04

I've just had a play with
http://www.melbournewireless.org.au/maps/gpslookup [61] and found that
you only need to input the suburb and it takes you there. With the
browse feature if your street wasn't on the map you could zoom out or
find it easily enough. Of course, we might want to use a method that
doesn't rely on another site to get the coordinates -DanFlett
14/07/04

Centering a map by node id requires server based phpPhip, PP, pH, pp, HP, hp, phi, PhD, Pip, pap, pep, pip, pop, pup, PCP, pH's as far as i know

but should be able to do it by gpsgaps, gyps, GPA, gos, fps, GP, PS, gs, cps, G's, GPO, Gus, PPS, gas, DPs, UPS, bps, ops, rps, ups, Gap's, gap's, go's, P's, GE's, Ga's, Ge's, Gd's, Gk's, Gr's, Sp's co-ord soon. -Peter 5/8/04

Centred by nodeidnode id, node-id, nodded, noted, bodied, boded, nodes, nosed, needed, node, node's, coded, roded, Nereid, bonded, noddled, noodled, Nedi, died, indeed, noddy, fonded, howdied, toadied, Dodie, Ned, did, ended, nod, undid, redid, kneaded, knotted, Dode, Dodi, Todd, dded, dead, deed, need, nerd, note, nude, toed, undead, Nedi's, toned is now done (thanks GummayGum may, Gum-may, Gummy, Gamay, Gamma, Gammy, Guam, Gamy, Gum, Jimmy, Kimmy, Gimme, Gama, Gummier, Dummy, Mummy, Rummy, Tummy, Yummy, Cammy, Jemmy, Comma, Jammy, Gammas, Gummed, Gamma's for the phpPhip, PP, pH, pp, HP, hp, phi, PhD, Pip, pap, pep, pip, pop, pup, PCP, pH's input), have
to fine tune the 350x350 map , but the 800x600 seems spot on - Peter
30/9/04

If you want check out the WiNDWind, Windy, Wined, Winds, Wins, Win, Ind, Wand, Wend, Wini, Winn, Wine, Wing, Wino, Winy, Lind, Bind, Find, Hind, Kind, Mind, Rind, Wild, Wink, Win's, Wind's - Wireless Nodes Database project
[62]. WiNDWind, Windy, Wined, Winds, Wins, Win, Ind, Wand, Wend, Wini, Winn, Wine, Wing, Wino, Winy, Lind, Bind, Find, Hind, Kind, Mind, Rind, Wild, Wink, Win's, Wind's [63] is targeted at wireless community networks. The
project was originally created for the Athens Wireless Metropolitan
Network located in Athens, Greece. It supports multiple users and
multiple nodes per user, with different access right for each job. It
stores node information such as location, height, area, region,
backbone and AP interfaces, roof view photos, subnetssub nets, sub-nets, subunits, sublets, subsets, subunit's, sunbeds, sonnets, signets, submits, subset's, subverts, spinets, sonnet's, signet's, spinet's and hosts in a
node, etc., and provides a powerful way to search this information.
Using NASA'sNassau's, Nessa's, Nissa's, Nyssa's, Nausea's, Nyasa's, Nada's, Neysa's, Asa's, Nasals, Nana's, Nara's, Nash's, Nata's, Nazi's, Nose's, Nosy's, Nasser's, NASA, Na's, Nashua's, Nesta's, Nevsa's, Nisan's, Nae's, Nay's, Nasal, Nazis, Sana's, Noses, Kansas, Nyasa, ANSIs, Nassau, Nays, Sass, Nessa, Nissa, Nyssa SRTMSR TM, SR-TM, STEM, STRUM, SERUM data, it graphs the line of sight and Fresnel zone
between nodes and calculates free space loss for the distance between
them. It uses GoogleGo ogle, Go-ogle, Goggle, Googly, Gogol, Giggle, Gaggle, Gargle, Gurgle, Joggle, Googlies, Gogol's Maps or GoogleGo ogle, Go-ogle, Goggle, Googly, Gogol, Giggle, Gaggle, Gargle, Gurgle, Joggle, Googlies, Gogol's Earth and can manage IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP ranges and
DNS. - Cirrus 17/04/06

Move the above comments into the scroll box when appropriate
(probably when the subject changes)
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Links:
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[1]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#this_page_is_intended_for_mapping_links_experimental_or_otherwise
[2]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#mouse_click_to_navigate_maps_with_major_layers
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#google_earth_links
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#1200x1200_click_maps_
[5] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#800x600___800x800_click_maps_
[6] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#350x350_click_maps
[7] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#special_layers
[8]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#large_area_stitched_tile_contour_maps_with_elevations
[9] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#discussion
[10] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/#dan_s_thoughts
[11] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MapsReadyToPrint
[12] http://www.melbournewireless.org.au/maps/nodes.kml
[13] http://www.melbournewireless.org.au/maps/links.kml
[14]
http://www.melbournewireless.org.au/maps/clickmaps/1200x1200clickmap2-5.php?id=gur&zoom=1
[15] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[16] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[17]
http://www.melbournewireless.org.au/maps/clickmaps/800x800clickmap2-5.php?id=gur&zoom=1
[18] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[19]
http://www.melbournewireless.org.au/maps/clickmaps/800x600clickmap.php?id=gur&zoom=1
[20] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[21]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/click_map_browser800x600v2-1.html
[22] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[23]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/click_map_browser800x600.html
[24] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[25]
http://www.melbournewireless.org.au/maps/clickmaps/350x350clickmap.php?id=gur&zoom=1
[26] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[27]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/click_map_browser_v2.1.html
[28]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/click_map_browserv2.html
[29] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[30]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/map_browser.html
[31] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[32]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/area_boundaries.html
[33] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[34]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/click_map_browser.html
[35] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[36]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/cgi-bin/mapserv?map=/home/mapserver/places.map&imgext=144.92163375+-37.84881+145.00035375+-37.804654&mode=map&zoom=1&imgxy=175+175&layer=places&layer=rivers&layer=roads
[37] http://custom-paper-writing.com/custom_essay_writing
[38] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LineOfSight
[39]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/southeastmassmap.html
[40] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[41]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/northmassmap.html
[42] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[43]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/eastmassmap.html
[44] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[45] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?gummAY
[46] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[47] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?gummAY
[48] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?NodeGUR
[49] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?GlennMcKechnie
[50] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?gummAY
[51] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?GlennMcKechnie
[52] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?gummAY
[53]
http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/files/Images/Mapping/click_map_browserv2.html
[54] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/maps/
[55] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?GlennMcKechnie
[56] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LocFinder
[57] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/maps/gpslookup
[58] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/users/closest
[59] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MapServer
[60] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DanFlett
[61] http://www.melbournewireless.org.au/maps/gpslookup
[62] http://code.google.com/p/wind/
[63] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?WiND

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