How can this page be modified ? http://svn.openstreetmap.org/applications/share/map-icons/index_all-abs.en.html

I would like to add the tourism=camp_site to that page.

Jochen

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Don't really know what this is to be honest (if you know more, you should give more context in your question)

But here's some clues if it helps. The HTML page is generated by some tool in SVN there. Go up a level to find the details include a README: http://svn.openstreetmap.org/applications/share/map-icons/README In trac you can see here: https://trac.openstreetmap.org/browser/applications/share/map-icons?order=date&desc=1 ...that user joergn made changes to that file most recently (12 months ago). Probably this guy: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/User:JoergN He probably knows more.

(09 Sep '12, 13:01) Harry Wood

thx, I adressed the question to the guy you proposed. let's see. The story behind the question: This page/program http://www.lenz-online.de/cgi-bin/osmpoi/osmpoi.pl uses the svn list to generate a user-defined overlay for POI's to the map. But in the svn list some "OSM conditions" are missing (like tourism=camp_site). JO

(09 Sep '12, 17:43) joe_d5

You can contribute icons with a matching license by committing them to SVN. For getting SVN access have a look here.

Hope that helps a little, malenki

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