New translation: Turkish

Thanks to Engin Gem, OpenStreetBrowser has a new translation (it was started today, so it's still very basic): Turkish! Thanks a lot :-)

If you want to create or improve a translation, you can do so on OpenStreetBrowser Weblate.

Check the translation statistics.

New translation: Bokmål

Thanks to Syver Stensholt, OpenStreetBrowser has a new translation: Bokmål, which is a written standard for the Norwegian language! Thanks a lot :-)

If you want to create or improve a translation, you can do so on OpenStreetBrowser Weblate.

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Minor upgrade: improved wikimedia integration

Right before SOTM I published a little update, which improves the wikimedia integration:

Attending SOTM 2019


I - Stephan, developer of Open­Street­Browser - am going to attend the State of the Map conference 2019, next weekend in Heidelberg. I hope to meet some users and translators there. Maybe we can talk about some possible improvements!

Small updates, new category "Climbing"

I just published a few updates, mostly concerning visual updates . And there's a new category: Climbing.

New translation: Occitan

Thanks to Pèire Bréchet, OpenStreetBrowser has a new translation: Occitan! Thanks a lot :-)

If you want to create or improve a translation, you can do so on OpenStreetBrowser Weblate.

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Recent category updates

Since the last post about category updates, there were quite some changes. In this post I want to summarize the most important changes.

Mini version update

I just published a mini update to OpenStreetBrowser. It includes: Bugfix which slowed loading cached map features, session handling, module upgrades.

Feature update (v4.6): Wrapping over Longitude -180 / 180

As I already expected, someone will notice that I didn't care about longitude -180/180. Recently, User "InsertUser" reported on Github that OpenStreetBrowser stops working, if you wrap over the antimeridian.

Solving this issue was quite tricky. I can report, that everything should work now.

New translation system

A few days ago, Ivan Seoane showed me weblate - an open source translation management system. Very nice and very suitable for OpenStreetBrowser. I installed it right away, you can find it here: https://weblate.openstreetbrowser.org. Also, Ivan is working on the translation for Galician, which is already available.

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