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Holger Schöner

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Holger Schöner.

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de-N Dieser Benutzer spricht Deutsch als Muttersprache.
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es-1 Esta persona tiene un conocimiento básico del español.
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Bike Numenor
is a bicyclist.
Hiker Numenor
is a hiker.
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I am now located in Waldperlach, Munich, Germany:

Waldperlach in OpenStreetMap
Coordinates: 48,083° N, 11,674° O

Most of my mapping I performed close to my previous residences, Linz and Gutau.

Linz, Upper Austria, Austria:

Linz in OpenStreetMap
Coordinates: 48,31° N, 14,28° O

Previously, I have also contributed heavily in Gutau in the "mittleres Mühlviertel" close to (north-east of) Linz and Pregarten.

Gutau in OpenStreetMap
Coordinates: 48,42° N, 14,61° O

Mainly I am contributing in or around Linz, Pregarten, Hagenberg, Gutau, Freistadt. But sometimes I am also travelling (by car or train or bike) to the rest of the Mühlviertel, the Alps, and Germany (mainly Upper Bavaria and Hessia). I am using a Garmin Oregon 450, and the nowadays quite excellent aerial images by Bing,, and Yahoo, for mapping this region.

Besides the mapping activities, I am also interested in rendering maps. I have mainly experimented with Mapnik, and early on succeded in incorporating hill shading, hiking/biking routes, and path rendering (HikingBikingMaps). A separate page is available showing the status of my current projects, for example a hiking map for my former home village Gutau is documented.

You can contact me as Mapping-User "Holger Schöner", or by Email "numenor (at) web (dot) de".

Happy mapping!

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All my contributions to OpenStreetMap are released into the public domain. This applies worldwide.
In case this is not legally possible, I grant anyone the right to use my contributions for any purpose, without any conditions, unless such conditions are required by law.