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As an alternative, you could use xearth or xglobe. E.g. to view the Channel area with xearth
 
As an alternative, you could use xearth or xglobe. E.g. to view the Channel area with xearth
 
<pre><nowiki>xearth -noroot -pos fixed/50/2 -markerfile haskellers.markerfile -night 30 -mag 10 -label -font "-*-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-*-100-75-75-m-*-iso8859-1"</nowiki></pre>
 
<pre><nowiki>xearth -noroot -pos fixed/50/2 -markerfile haskellers.markerfile -night 30 -mag 10 -label -font "-*-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-*-100-75-75-m-*-iso8859-1"</nowiki></pre>
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[[Categories:Community]]

Revision as of 13:44, 9 February 2007

This page keeps track of the members of the #haskell IRC channel community. It is up to date with http://www.haskell.org/hawiki/HaskellUserLocations as of 20070209.

Also see http://www.frappr.com/haskellers

# Like [http://www.cliki.net/ CLiki]'s [http://www.cliki.net/xearth xearth]
# page, this page is a valid data file for XEarth with positions of various
# HaskellIrcChannel denizens.
# Please add yourself! (decimal or d/m/s notation are ok)

# To find your latitude and longitude, the following are helpful:
#   www.maporama.com
#   maps.google.com (the link-to-this-page option encodes the lat/long)
#   wikipedia for your home town
#   http://www.ckdhr.com/dns-loc/finding.html
#   http://www.getty.edu/research/conducting_research/vocabularies/tgn/
#   http://www.multimap.com/
#   http://www.debian.org/devel/developers.loc
#

# To fetch this data file for use in XEarth, you could do something like this:
# wget "http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/HaskellUserLocations" -O haskellers.markerfile
# and then invoke xearth with -markerfile haskellers.markerfile
#
# Try to keep the list in sort -nr order.

# [Don't forget to remove all the html stuff from the file first :) -- StefanLjungstrand]
#
#   Forget HTML; Just use:
#   http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Special:Export/HaskellUserLocations
#
#   You still have to drop the first line and the last line, though... -- Lion Kimbro
#Latitude   Longitude    IRC Name    Alignment     WikiUsers
65.8003      21.704      "shapr"     align=right # ShaeErisson
62.2320      25.73556    "aleator"
62.2297      25.6826     "ibid"
61.346       23.77       "esap"      align=right # EsaPulkkinen
60.4          5.3        "kzm"                   # Ketil Malde
60.235485    25.012822   "sieni"
60.18999     24.8386     "musasabi"              # EinarKarttunen
60.103290    24.572944   "eivuokko"              # EsaIlariVuokko
57.7         11.966667   "ski"       align=above # StefanLjungstrand
57.687       11.984      "nibro"     align=below
57.687       11.984      "kolmodin"  align=left  # LennartKolmodin
57.671       11.932      "norpan"    align=right # MartinNorbäck
56.816       16.333      "ValarQ"
56.38       -2.87        "TuringTest"            # ChrisKuklewicz
55.929      -3.179       "yaarg"
50.926999    11.587011   "Syzygy-"               # MikaelJohansson
55.726965    37.764473   "lrrr"      align=right # OlegAvdeev
55.707796    12.566310   "Oejet"                 # Peter Eriksen
52.626134    -1.117601   "sylvan"    align=right # Sebastian Sylvan
55.621       12.535      "Lemmih"                # DavidHimmelstrup
54.36        39.42       "MauS"                  # DmitryVyal
53.57        -1.05       "ndm"                   # NeilMitchell
53.3472      -6.2592     "pitecus"
53.306       -6.220      "greenrd"               # Robin Green
52.5         5.8         "ctrlsoft"              # Jelmer Vernooij
52.563      13.401       "b0gg1e"    align=right # Bernhard Oggle
52.3684     -1.2755      "davidhouse"            # DavidHouse
52.3621       4.9452     "tromp"                 # John Tromp
52.227635   20.914139    "tomaszz"   align=right # TomaszZielonka
50.065142   19.876413    "kombinator" align=right # Michal Palka
52.210407   0.112277     "integral"  # BenjaminSmith (term-time)
51.077      -114.129     "rasfar"    align=right # AndrewSeniuk
52.119      -2.329       "astrolabe" align=left  # TomCooper
52.091098   5.122113     "franka"
52.08787      5.11637    "Earthy"                # ArthurVanLeeuwen
52.085      5.171        "dblhelix"  align=below # StefanHoldermans
51.98         4.46       "RemiTurk"              # Remi Turk
51.8333      5.8667      "roconnor"              # Russell O'Connor
51.7702778   -1.22138889 "Heffalump"             # GaneshSittampalam
51.759340    -1.272783   "dcoutts"               # DuncanCoutts
51.7355556   -1.2475     "Igloo"                 # IanLynagh
51.5446       0.0049     "liyang"                # Liyang HU
51.2          3.43       "boegel"                # KennethHoste
51.15         2.54       "Itkovian"              # AndyGeorges
51.058       13.721      "int-e"
50.972846    -1.387753   "genneth"               # GenZhang
50.866665     4.7        "vincenz"               # ChristophePoucet
50.846942     4.352549   "jyp"
50.9108       11.5696    "Thunder"               # Lutz Donnerhacke
50.49         8.46       "basti"
50.46         7.06       "kosmikus"
50.43         30.52      "gogi"      align=above # AndriyMakukha
50.43      -104.67       "gord"      align=right # GordonMatzigkeit
50.27.00     30.30.00    "Akshaal"
50.27        30.30       "adept"     align=left
50.1011023 14.3605113784 "wilx"                  # VaclavHaisman
50.089750    14.416367   "pesco"                 # SvenMoritzHallberg
49.194       16.604      "neologism"
49.00        8.39        "jethr0"                # JohannesAhlmann
49.01         8.24       "beschmi"               # BenediktSchmidt
48.7636       2.4246     "dolmen"    align=right
48.4612      11.9317     "mauke"
48.44792   -123.37347    "humasect"  align=left
47.7569    -122.2797     "conal"     align=right # ConalElliott
47.666       9.166       "MarcWeber"
47.409009     8.509898   "Maddas"
47.37      -122.19       "Korollary"
47.01        28.60       "phys_rules"
45.8         15.966667   "gour"      align=right
45.5391    -122.86655    "wagle"     align=left  # Perry Wagle
45.52      -122.67       "SyntaxNinja"
45.509      -73.554      "palomer"
45.07         7.67       "xerox"     align=left  # Paolo Martini
44.57	      -123.27      "lispy"    align=left
43.363       -5.847      "{Arias}"   align=right
43.138651   -80.222222   "Cale"      align=above # Cale Gibbard
42.95       -78.84       "JKnecht"   align=left  # JuanDaugherty
42.9816     -81.2432     "mwc"       align=below # Matthew Cox
42.4413     -84.2901     "TheHunter" align=left  # Thomas Jger
41.784945    12.357001   "reppie"                # Suleiman Souhlal
41.5500      -8.4333     "masm"
40.827320   -96.708698   "sjanssen"
40.77       -73.98       "sethk"     align=right # Seth Kurtzberg
40.331550   -76.731856   "chessguy"              # Andrew Wagner
40.1        -88.2        "heatsink"  # align=lawful
39.960996   -75.252399   "SamB"                  # SamBronson
39.330314   -76.612859   "Speck"
35.7        139.9333333  "shelarcy"  align=left  # shelarcy
35.1667     136.9167     "seidan"    align=left  # JoelKoerwer
34.40       135.30       "ikegami--"
34.14185   -118.124356   "jrmole"
34.141556  -118.12617    "skew"      align=above
34.05      -118.293      "metaperl"  align=left  # TerrenceBrannon
33.528502  -086.453486   "fworp"                 # JesseRudolph
32.754     -117.16       "stepcut"   align=left
32.23      -110.90       "unixgreybeard"         # DavidMercer
31.22.12    34.48.51     "nothingmuch" align=left  # YuvalKogman
30.247746   -97.780741   "thedward"              # ThedwardBlevins
28.14       120.94       "xinming"
28.90       -16.420      "joelr"                 # JoelReymont
25.1        121.27       "autrijus"              # AutrijusTang
13.731     100.521       "jewel"
13.097      80.292       "kmg"                   # GaneshKm
12.59       77.35        "ramkrsna"  align=right # Ramakrishna Reddy
11.0333     -71.58333    "araujo"                # Luis Araujo
-18.55.25   -48.17.19    "romildo"
-19.917     -43.933      "marcot"    align=right
-23.002565  -43.339520   "syntaxfree"            # DiegoNavarro
-31.84184   115.78314    "cpatrick"              # CameronPatrick
-32.725     151.561      "azuroth"
-33.0       -60.6666     "Nomius"
-33.89691   151.154698   "dons          "         align=above # DonStewart
-33.918844  151.2308     "          stefanw"      align=above # StefanWehr
-33.918844  151.2307     "lambdabot"              align=left
-33.918844  151.2306     "ozone"                  align=right
-33.918844  151.2306     "m3ga"                   align=right
-33.918844  151.2305     "seafood            "    align=below
-33.9500    151.2416     "           blackdog"    align=below # MarkWotton
-34.53      -56.10       "tizoc" align=right     # Bruno Deferrari
-34.53      -56.10       "br1" align=below       # Bruno Martnez
-37.7833    144.9667     "Pseudonym" align=below # AndrewBromage
-43.33      172.47       "Saulzar"               # OliverBatchelor
-43.53      172.58       "olliej"   align=below  # OliverHunt
# END OF FILE

How to produce xplanet images:

  • get xplanet
  • convert a suitable earth image from http://visibleearth.nasa.gov/view_rec.php?vev1id=11656 into .jpg and stick it in share/xplanet/images (I use the 170M 21600 x 10800 .tif , however you'll need a fast machine and more than 1G of ram to make this pleasant). To convert a .tif to a decent .jpg,
    tifftopnm| pnmtojpeg
    seems to work nicely.
  • download the markers file, and remove the header and footer. This sed will do the job:
w3m -dump http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/HaskellUserLocations | sed '1,/^#Latitude Longitude/d;/# END OF FILE/,$d' > haskell-markers
  • create the following xplanet config file:
       [earth]
       "Earth"
       shade=100
       marker_color=white
       marker_file=haskell
where your marker file lives in
share/xplanet/markers
.
  • The following command lines generate each image, roughly (note that we crop antarctica off the whole-globe map):
       xplanet -num_times 1 -config haskell -pango -fontsize 6 -geometry 800x600 -projection mercator -output /tmp/mercator1.jpg
       jpegtran -crop 800x450+0+50 /tmp/mercator1.jpg > /tmp/mercator.jpg
       xplanet -num_times 1 -config haskell -pango -fontsize 6 -geometry 400x400 -latitude 50 -longitude 10 -radius 150 -output /tmp/euro.jpg
       xplanet -num_times 1 -config haskell -pango -fontsize 6 -geometry 400x400 -latitude 32 -longitude -95 -radius 100 -output /tmp/na.jpg
       xplanet -num_times 1 -config haskell -pango -fontsize 6 -geometry 400x400 -latitude -25 -longitude 142 -radius 100 -output /tmp/au.jpg
       xplanet -num_times 1 -config haskell -pango -fontsize 6 -geometry 400x400 -latitude 51.8 -longitude 7 -radius 400  -output /tmp/weuro.jpg

The exact script used to generate the above images is here: http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~dons/haskell-planet

As an alternative, you could use xearth or xglobe. E.g. to view the Channel area with xearth

xearth -noroot -pos fixed/50/2 -markerfile haskellers.markerfile -night 30 -mag 10 -label -font "-*-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-*-100-75-75-m-*-iso8859-1"

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