Learon Dalby makes an interesting suggestion to be kept on the current when data changes (from a data provider's point of view) - see below.
What do you think?
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I think a simple GeoRSS feed that someone could subscribe to (based on geography) would be useful. What you are suggesting would require the user to go somewhere and check for updates. Something like a GeoRSS feed would allow me to register once and continually see updates. Learon Dalby- GIS Program ManagerArkansas Geographic Information Office- Putting Arkansas on the Map!1 Capitol Mall2nd Floor 2B900Little Rock, AR 72201501.682.2929 Tel501.682.6077 Faxlearon...@arkansas.gov Email@learondalby Twitterhttp://www.gis.arkansas.gov WebFacebook| GeoStor Blog| AGIO Blog| Linkedin|-----Original Message-----From: Stark Hans-Jörg [mailto:hansjoe...@fhnw.ch] Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2010 4:24 AMTo: Learon DalbySubject: AW: www.openaddresses.org at NSGIC ConferenceHi LearonThanks for the feedback.If you have any suggestions on how to communicate back changes to a data provider we are open. I could imagine that if a data provider wants to be informed about changes he could be informed immediately after a change or he could be provided with an interface that runs a specific query on only his dataset and comes up with changes that were performed during a specific time range. Would that be of interest? If so we could add it to our agenda.Cheers,Hans-Jörg