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Hi,

Until mid of June OSM changes in and around Ulm were automatically posted at Twitter OSM Ulm. This has stopped since. I think other local communities have or had a similar service running. Does anybody know how this is done, who is administrating this and how I could get the service restarted?

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asked 09 Jul '13, 23:18

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I suspect that someone was using/running a Twitter bot, see: http://git.alech.de/?p=osm_twitter_bots.git

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answered 10 Dec '13, 20:54

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edited 10 Dec '13, 20:58

Contact the local OSM user group in the area you are interested in.

We have a list of communities at http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Category:Meetings_in_Germany .

Also you could try asking at the forum, http://forum.openstreetmap.org/viewforum.php?id=14 .

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answered 10 Jul '13, 08:58

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Yes, indeed, someone was using/running a Twitter bot and now it is back, see: https://twitter.com/osm_ulm and http://jlai.de/osm.html

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answered 22 Apr '17, 23:13

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edited 22 Apr '17, 23:14

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