Changes between Version 30 and Version 31 of BluePrintBuildingAssessments


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Timestamp:
02/24/11 00:21:39 (11 years ago)
Author:
Gavin Treadgold
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  • BluePrintBuildingAssessments

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    6464== Clarifications ==
    65  * Currently all Buildings are set to be within Christchurch L1.
     65* Currently all Buildings are set to be within Christchurch L1.
    6666  * Do we want the list of L2s to be available as a dropdown? (list imported from Wikipedia, but only a couple have Lat/Lon currently)
    67  * Is the Postcode field useful?
    68  * Will the Geocoding be done by anonymous users?
    69  * How many concurrent users are expected?
     67  * Level 2's are a different, more detailed report, so it actually needs to parallel the level 1 form. Many buildings will have a Level 1 initially (external assessment) followed by a Level 2 (internal, structural), and may have multiple L1 or L2 over time. Eg if there is another significant earthquake, the whole process will be restarted.
     68* Is the Postcode field useful?
     69  * Yes. We may not use it straight away, but it could be useful.
     70* Will the Geocoding be done by anonymous users?
     71  * Possibly, but only for lat/long from Google Maps/Earth. Ideally we'd have some logins that limits ACL just to that.
     72  * We have have another class of users that are doing geocoding to council IDs (prupi, gisratingid). Will probably be separate usergroup to Google geocoders, as may have full access to data - they'll likely be council workers. But we may have to adjust this on the fly as it depends who we get here to do the geocoding.
     73* How many concurrent users are expected?
     74  * Hard to know at this point. May be just a few to start with, but could scale to a 20-40 over time. But as we scale, more of these will be spending more time entering data e.g. as numbers increase, load on system won't increase in proportion, as it will take longer for users to enter full forms.