Pages in the wiki can be mapped. See Help with Maps on the Wiki Spot hub for instructions on mapping pages. When a page has been given a map location a "Map" icon will appear on the page. Click it to bring up a map of the page's location along with locations of nearby places.
General Davis map information
The city of Davis has maintained a rather extensive collection of useful and interesting maps over at their Geographic Information System site. The downloadable map layers page is especially useful for the wiki. You can download .zip files containing layer files, which you can view with:
free GIS software from ESRI - Windows only :(
These files contain a lot of useful data. For instance: the parks file contains the locations/shapes of all the parks, size of all the parks, and their names.
The Unitrans route map is likely the most useful to students, though.
OpenStreetMap has very good coverage of Davis, and you can improve it too.
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2007-06-11 18:57:32 So what page does one go to view an overview map of all wiki locations? —AlexMandel
Right now you can't. But it's planned.
2007-06-16 20:11:36 exactly? If we are using google maps now... then.... how do we use it? Can we link it to each page like it used to be. This was one of my favorite features of the wiki. —CarlosBarahona
2007-06-16 20:41:07 Maybe a kml file could be available for download? —JasonAller
2007-11-05 21:11:46 I'm currently working to integrate a new solution. I have a plan and all, anyone want to help me out? —AlexMandel
2009-04-29 12:52:58 I miss the old Dwiki map. It was not the best one, but at least it was something. Why did it go? —JoePomidor
2012-06-04 13:55:24 When will we get the "bee's knees"? https://trianglewiki.org/map/#zoom=12&lat=35.78754&lon=-78.67784&layers=BTT —BillKendrick