[OSM-talk] New Field Papers Site Live!

Mhairi O'Hara mhairi.ohara at hotosm.org
Fri Jun 5 03:05:43 UTC 2015


Hello OSM,

The new Field Papers <http://fieldpapers.org/> site has been live for over
a week now, as it was successfully launched on the 28th of May. Thanks to
the team at Stamen Designs <http://stamen.com/> in conjunction with
co-funding from the Hewlett Foundation <http://www.hewlett.org/> through
the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, the tool has been re-vamped to become
stable and more international. Please read the release notes
<http://fieldpapers.tumblr.com/> for detailed information on the
enhancements.

Field Papers has been optimised for multiple languages, which include but
are not limited to Dansk, Deutsch, English, Español, Français, Bahasa
Indonesia, Italiano,日本語, کوردی, Nederlands, Polski, Português,
Kiswahili, Tagalog
and українська мова. Please contribute towards the internationalisation and
translation of Field Papers by visiting the Transifex project
<https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/fieldpapers/> and joining the team of
your desired language. If there is a langauge you would like to see added,
please request one through Transifex.

On behalf of Stamen Designs and the HOT OSM community, we would like to
thank everyone for contributing to Field Papers and encourage your
continued support in its development. Please keep using the new site and
help us by logging any bugs as issues on the associated GitHub repository
<https://github.com/stamen/fieldpapers/issues>, as well as feature
enhancements you would like to see for future additions.


Kind regards,

Mhairi O'Hara

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