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If you are not privileged to modify a building, then you should request this permission when clicking once on button, which is displayed on the top of the buildings site. This step is a pre-condition if a deletion of a building would be required.
We have just launched the mobile version of the OSAP site. If you connect with from a mobile device like your smartphone or tablet, you will automatically be forwarded to the site optimized for mobile devices (which is, however, just one click away from the normal page). Moreover, OSAP now supports geolocation grabbing through your browser: If you are in the field with your smartphone, just enable GPS positioning and OSAP will find and fill in your current coordinates automatically
OSAP is now publicly open for registering accounts. Registering your account is easy and secure, just follow the Sign up link a the left side. Moreover, if you don't want to register an account, you may also just request a TAN: A TAN will allow you to do one-time modifications to OSAP without a user account, for example, if you just want to add your own home to the OSAP database.
The building search engine is now ready for use. Searches can be done by street name, ZIP code, city and by location and radius. The latter option enabled you to pin a location on the map, and start searching for all buildings within a specified radius.
The database has finally been fully launched. All available buildings are now contained in the database. Moreover, adding new buildings as well as editing information of existing ones is now possible. Together with a new input validation and error handling procedure, many other minor updates have been made.
The global building archive is now fully viewable on the map. All buildings are pinned on the map via clickable markers, which provide direct linking to the building details, which may be updated if some information is missing.
As the formular about addings new buildings to the database is iteratively developed further, we have finally managed to add OpenStreetMap integration for easy point-and-click GPS coordinate retrieval.