Experimental split window support for the property editor and other goodies coming in 18.0 (happy birthday #openstreetmap) http://vespucci.io/help/en/18.0.0%20Release%20notes/
Seems to be back (no communication from google though).
Alternative sources: our github repository or Amazons app store https://www.amazon.com/-/de/dp/B00P71C3AW/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_de_DE=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&keywords=Vespucci&qid=1656972650&s=mobile-apps&sr=1-1
One guess what this is .... the only weirdness seems to be related to making the window larger, but otherwise works as expected (version 18 will make working with mouse / pen more efficient BTW).
July maintenance release 17.1.2 (out early because of upcoming vacation time) is on the play store and on our repo. https://github.com/MarcusWolschon/osmeditor4android/blob/17.1-MAINT/CHANGELOG.txt
What will likely be 18.0 has already progressed nicely, more on that soon.
Naturally the confusion that this creates works mainly for the apps that are -not- as squeaky clean as we are.
google is now showing data privacy practices on the play store https://play.google.com/store/apps/datasafety?id=de.blau.android in principle a good thing, but as they don't provide a way to express that any data (#openstreetmap edits, GPX tracks etc) "shared" is by user actively doing so, it comes out totally wrong.
1st release of 17.1 is now rolling out on the playstore.
Release notes: http://vespucci.io/help/en/17.1.0%20Release%20notes/
Note that at least for now @Maxar@twitter.com imagery has been disabled as we haven't received an updated key for the two sources.
@VminVsky@twitter.com <sarcasm>Isn't that a bit of downer after last years tech tabloid headlines implying that #openstreetmap is completely dominated by corporate editing?</sarcasm>
Every time I follow a discussion on HackerNews, which is rare I have to say, I come to the conclusion that if it is representative of the global tech elite, we are doomed.
.@email@example.com we're at last getting around to updating our osmose support to API 0.3. However https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmose/api/0.3 seems as if there is something wrong with the documentation link on https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmose/api/0.3 (it literally points to a 404 page).
Note that the mechanism to remove API keys will only work in 17.1 (release) and later.
... and a variant that starts the property editor directly on clicking a POI from the list.
Just tagged the 1st Beta release of 17.1, expect it to be available together with the May maintenance release of 17.0 in the next couple of days.
Release notes for 17.1; http://vespucci.io/help/en/17.1.0%20Release%20notes/ (@firstname.lastname@example.org users take note), change log: https://github.com/MarcusWolschon/osmeditor4android/blob/master/CHANGELOG.txt #openstreetmap
We're planning to remove support for Android 4.0.1 to 4.0.4 (released in 2011) devices in version 18 (fall 2022).
If you are still using such devices with a private instance of the #openstreetmap API, pls contact us.
@RealIvanSanchez@twitter.com @email@example.com Con: it doesn't have the network effects of twitter.
Pro: it doesn't have the network effects of twitter.
April 2022 maintenance release 17.0.6 is now available from the play store. A bit earlier than normal in the month because vacations. With other words #openstreetmap no same day response to new issues for a week or two.
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