On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 09:16, <ilug-request at linux.ie> wrote:
>> Message: 6
> Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2010 15:00:50 +0100
> From: Raymond O'Donnell <ray at teladesign.ie>
> Subject: Re: [ILUG] postal codes in Ireland [slightly OT]
> To: CP Hennessy <cp.hennessy at openapp.ie>
> Cc: ilug at linux.ie> Message-ID: <4C6D3912.80406 at teladesign.ie>
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>> On 19/08/2010 13:50, CP Hennessy wrote:
> > An Post do indeed have their own coding system all the way down the
> > model to a building id.
>> Any idea how this works for those of us who live in the middle of nowhere?
>> I take my hat off to rural postmen and -women: I've had the most
> sketchily-addresses letters arrive safely and on time. :-)
> Raymond O'Donnell :: Tela Design Ltd
> www.teladesign.ie :: Software Development & Consultancy
>>>Of course thats all down to GeoDirectory
<http://www.geodirectory.ie/>Which fulfils the majority of of non-postal
uses of post codes,
And is highly accurate, its just less of a money spinner then a closed
Hence the need to put in a post code system, since an post works just fine
at the moment,
but we're not making any money off postcode data.
Shame, isn't it? :P
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