[OSM-talk] Status of Field Papers
alan.mcconchie at gmail.com
Mon Nov 10 21:08:33 UTC 2014
At Stamen we are aware that Field Papers has been down for a few days (at least the atlas generation part) and we're working on fixing it.
We appreciate how important Field Papers is to the OSM community, and we welcome ideas about how to improve its stability and to find resources to support it. We'd be happy to work with the OSMF, HOT or any other organization to apply for funds for further improvements to Field Papers. We also would love to find ways for other developers and support staff to get involved in the maintenance and improvement of field papers. If you (or anyone) would like to help, please get in touch!
We hope to get Field Papers back online very soon. Thanks for your patience, and we're sorry for any inconvenience!
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> On Nov 9, 2014, at 3:45 AM, Arun Ganesh <arun.planemad at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello from India! As part of a national digital literacy program my team has been experimenting with using fieldpapers to introduce mapping to students from rural areas.
> However it looks like the service is currently down and atlas generation has not been possible over the past few days. This has brought our training program to an abrupt halt.
> Given the tremendous educational value of field papers, it would be welcome if the OSMF could support running such a service to make it more reliable and an integrated part of the osm.org <http://osm.org/> homepage.
> Unfortunately we don't have the technical resources to fork the project at the moment, but it would be greatly appreciated if anyone can provide alternate solutions in the short term to continue to use field papers or a similar service to get more people to map.
>  http://fieldpapers.org/ <http://fieldpapers.org/>
> Arun Ganesh
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