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RT @openstreetmap
The call for State of the Map 2019 @sotm presentations is now open. The deadline is: 25th April 2019. Read more: blog.openstreetmap.org/2019/02 There will be a separate call for submissions to the Academic Track.

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"We’re becoming increasingly dependent on a handful of major tech giants to get through our basic daily routine." Tech giants that quite sometimes act as if they are above the law. A warning tale. thenextweb.com/syndication/201

OpenStreetBrowser.org got a new feature update (4.5)! You can now filter category results by certain criteria (e.g. title, type, ...).

Read more on the blog: blog.openstreetbrowser.org/nod

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RT onatcer: Solang nicht sämtliche öffentlich finanzierte Software Open Source ist braucht mir niemand erzählen, dass irgendwer dort überrissen hat was Digitalisierung bedeutet.

Feature update v4.4: This update brings some nice improvements concerning localization: repository-specific language strings, localized start_date and opening_date and a brand-new translation overview page listing all translators.
-> blog.openstreetbrowser.org/nod

Category update for OpenStreetBrowser openstreetbrowser.org
It has been in the making for quite some time. The main changes are more detailed categories about buildings (type, age, height, ...), an inclusion of map features with office tags in thematic maps and more detailed popups in the Culture categories.

Roads and Rails with different maxspeed tags for each direction will now be handled by OpenStreetBrowser.
Read more: blog.openstreetbrowser.org/nod

I made some awesome changes to Leaflet.TextPath: github.com/makinacorpus/Leafle

What do you think? It could need some testing though, especially if it breaks anything ...

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@plepe is a great tool to find points of interest POI, but it can also serve for quality assurance QA to find wrong POI. For example, it allowed to easily discover a parking accidentally tagged as hospital. Other QA tools wouldn't help detect this so easily.

Rejoice! New OpenStreetBrowser version! -> openstreetbrowser.org

Main new feature:
* Export all visible map features as GeoJSON, OSM XML or OSM JSON!

More: blog.openstreetbrowser.org/nod

Update to the christmas category in OpenStreetBrowser: Outdated features are now shown with a red marker and a note in the popup: blog.openstreetbrowser.org/nod

-> openstreetbrowser.org/#categor

Until yesterday OpenStreetBrowser completely ignored the "office" key. Now I created an "Offices" category (under "Services"), but I'm not sure about it's usefulness. It would be great to get some input from the community on this.

-> github.com/plepe/openstreetbro

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New category in OpenStreetBrowser (right before the christmas season): Xmas Features!
-> openstreetbrowser.org/#categor

Don't forget if the xmas features in your area are up to date! wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Ke

New category in OpenStreetBrowser (right before the christmas season): Xmas Features!
-> openstreetbrowser.org/#categor

Don't forget if the xmas features in your area are up to date! wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Ke

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