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The workshops shows the basic usage of Cartaro, the geospatial CMS. These slides give the outline for the live presentation.
In our session we will first illustrate the basic concepts of Cartaro and show some use cases of public as well as internally used sites. During the training we will develop a sample application that shall enable the public to collect local knowledge about potential archaeological sites. We use a default Cartaro installation to start from and will then define the content types needed for the information of interest.
An import of OpenStreetMap data for archaeological sites will form the basis of our own data collection. We will create the maps needed to enter data and other maps that visualize the collected data. Users will be assigned different roles to enable an editorial workflow before data are published. We will also setup
web services that enable others to dynamically read data from our site and integrate them in other applications.
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