User talk:Krymmel

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Dk:Map features

I just see that you're working on the Dk:map features. I don't want to interfer with your local stuff but just wanted to point you on the new Map features templates I created in the last two weeks. You can call the template and translate what you need. You can also change the photos and add yours, like the Fr:Map features or De:Map features. The advantage of this is that the tag list is centralized and always up-to-date (e.g. the new tag construction) and translation/adaptation to local countries can be done later. Pieren 12:28, 22 January 2008 (UTC)

I will look into that, it's seems to be the right way. How do I call a template? --Krymmel 12:38, 22 January 2008 (UTC)

To call it (with all default texts, render, photos), write :


To translate some entries:

|name==== Highways ===  // the title level 3
|description= the text between the title and the table
|motorway:desc= your description of motorways
|motorway:photo= replace the default picture by you owns

You can go to the template page (the link is provided in small characteres at the bottom of the table) and click 'Edit' to see the parameters names. Basically almost everything can be replaced but most of the time, only the english text is replaced. At the moment, it's used by Fr, De and Fi Map Features pages (partially but slowly migration goes ahead).

Thanks --Krymmel 12:59, 22 January 2008 (UTC)


Welcome to OpenStreetMap

--EdoM (lets talk about it) 10:59, 28 January 2008 (UTC)

Thanks, Of course I wont use copyrightet materiel, thats a part of the hole idea ;-)

Weel I have looked at the Beginners guide, in fact i have translated it to danish :-)

--Krymmel 12:07, 28 January 2008 (UTC)

how to talk to other users

I saw you answered me on your talk pages. In this way i will never know about your reply.
In all the wiki-like project to reply to other users you have to write in their talk page.
Click on the user-name and then the talk tab. If you write something there, the user will recieve a "new message" alert. --EdoM (lets talk about it) 14:10, 28 January 2008 (UTC)