Thanks to Mathius in Trac, I think I have this worked out so that importing from MetaMap can take place. I'm at work and can't test it until late tonight, but you are welcome to give it a try.
As of 3-2-07, I updated "Cartographer_Import" to include Metamap support. Simply copy/paste your MetaMap.lua saved variable file from the WTF folder and put it in the Cartographer_Import directory. You'll also need "Cartographer_Icons" and "Cartographer_Icons_Metamap" installed.
I made the modifications to the files as instructed above and it looks like upon login, it it pulling in the notes, but I think it isn't mapping the icons correctly as none of them are showing up (the notes).
Looks like it is just picking up Old World notes and Outland "gathering" items from MetaMap.
You are sure right. I ran it when I got home and it didn't import any of the notes from the new zones. I got a chance to look over it this morning and it appears that the new zones aren't declared in the "zones" table that the Import.lua file uses.
This fix has been made in the "Cartographer_Import" file located on the SVN. Removing code info.
I can't imagine how useful that file is without the guide. It appears that all the titles are simply the coords with no description of what is at the coords. Is it a questgiver, do I have the quest, have I already done the quest? And so on...
My recommendation would be to instead download Cartographer_QuestObjectives and recruit as many guild members into using it as you can. Eventually, you'll have a pretty comprehensive database that the whole guild can use for leveling.
I understand and I'm not trying to scold or anything of the nature. I just wanted to explain why I deleted it, rather than just having it poof and people wondering why. He did send me a polite email with a set of facts and proof regarding them. While I agree that its probably useless and i understand that its perfectly possibile to assemble the same set of cords without his help I don't care to set a bad and potentially harmful precedent.
No harm has been done, and now we shall live in peace :)