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Re: [aprsisce] Cloudmade's API key

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  • Lynn W Deffenbaugh (Mr)
    ... Yep, throw all the tile requests at us that you care to, so we can hit your limit and collect your $$$. Sorry, I have no way to control ... Now, if I
    Message 1 of 35 , Nov 1, 2011
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      On 11/1/2011 9:31 PM, Keehan Dowd wrote:
      > Well, OK, I just found it ....
      > http://support.cloudmade.com/answers/specialist-tools

      Yep, throw all the tile requests at us that you care to, so we can hit
      your limit and collect your $$$. Sorry, I have no way to control
      against the limits posted on that page:

      > The following limits apply to use of Specialist Tools with a Mobile key:
      >
      > Static Maps: 2,500 requests per IP per day
      > Routing: 2,500 requests per IP per day
      > Geocodes, Reverse Geocodes, Local Searches: 2,500 requests per IP
      > per day
      > Navigation: 2,500 requests per IP per day
      >
      > For Specialist Tools Free API key you have following limits:
      >
      > Tiles: 250,000 requests per month
      > Vector Stream Server tiles: 250,000 requests per month
      > Static Maps: 25,000 requests per month
      > Routing: 25,000 requests per month
      > Navigation: 25,000 requests per month
      > Geocodes, Reverse Geocodes, Local Searches: 25,000 requests per month


      Now, if I build support so that individual users can supply their OWN
      API key and I'll generate the required tokens for them, then they're up
      against their own limits, and their actions don't affect the other
      users. But I'll accept any armchair lawyer's interpretation of their
      Terms and Conditions to know if I'm even ALLOWED to let users specify
      their own API key!

      Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
    • metalhead@exemail.com.au
      hi Keehan - VE6XVK (ex VK4) Thanks for the help, i have it all going right now, well the way i want it till i change it again.. hi hi.. Re the Echolink
      Message 35 of 35 , Nov 1, 2011
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        hi Keehan - VE6XVK (ex VK4)
        Thanks for the help, i have it all going right now, well the way i want it
        till i change it again.. hi hi..
        Re the Echolink system, YES i do run a echolink node under VK2BLO-L node
        number 270506, and Yes Darrell VK2JDE from Bathurst, has been working it
        hard. I have had it going for some time now, around 3 years on this call
        and some 5 years on the old call. i work it through the local repeater
        VK2RAO (FRED), as it's call. I love playing with it, running a weather
        station on it as well, same with APRSis, look up VK2BLO-1 on APRSis, QTH
        Orange, New south wales, Australia.
        I try and spend the best part of the day after work, working on the PC's
        it keeps me out of trouble most of the time..
        Thank to Lynn to i have the APRSis stuff filling up the day as well, just
        love it. Luckily this side i have a friend here VK2ASY Kim, he has put a
        great deal of time into this stuff as well APRSis that is, so most of the
        time i am calling him and finding all the new stuff going on with it now.
        This si going on to much, so i will leave it at that now.
        Chat later.. local time here is 15:40 Wednesday 2/11/11.

        Cheers Pete VK2BLO


        > P.S. Do you run an EchoLink node under your call? We just had a contact
        > here in Edmonton this evening from a VK2 and I thought the ID said
        > VK2BLO. Daryl? He's talked with James VE6SRV before.

        > At about 11-11-01 08:35 PM, Metal_Head whilst discussing "Re: [aprsisce]
        > Getting Permission", wrote the following:
        >>
        >>
        >> Hi Keehan
        >> Thanks, I will try this
        >> one /BC9A493B41014CAABB98F0471D759707/1823/256/
        >> <http://a.tile.cloudmade.com/BC9A493B41014CAABB98F0471D759707/8/256/13/2260/3431.png>
        >> And see what happens, /BC9A493B41014CAABB98F0471D759707/2/256/ gives
        >> a nice find line but not the colours I was after
        >> In THIN'N'COLOURFUL.
        >> Thanks going to try it now
        >>
        >>
        >> /Regards, /
        >> / Peter, VK2BLO../
        >>
        >>
        >>
        >>
        >>
        >>
        >
        > Sorry Peter, I meant that style 1823 is not too different from the OSM
        > original style, but I'm still trying to find one that's as close as
        > possible.
        >
        > As for your previous email with the image attachment showing the style
        > you're looking for, if you can see the map style in your browser that
        > you like, but you don't know what style number it is, you should be able
        > to right-click on any part of the map and select "View image" in FireFox
        > or "Properties" in Internet Explorer (or similar in other browsers) and
        > from there you should be able to see the full path to the tile in the
        > browser's address bar or properties window, which will reveal the style
        > number for you to use in APRSISCE/32
        >
        > Cheers,
        > Keehan - VE6XVK (ex VK4)
        >
        > P.S. Do you run an EchoLink node under your call? We just had a contact
        > here in Edmonton this evening from a VK2 and I thought the ID said
        > VK2BLO. Daryl? He's talked with James VE6SRV before.
        >
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