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It seems as if the opening hours evaluation tool website is not accessible anymore. Just for your information. Not sure whether there is someone who can fix this.

asked 21 Aug '16, 09:48

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This opening hours help page works fine

(21 Aug '16, 10:14) nevw

True, but openingh-ET is a lot more powerful. You can simply copy and paste opening hours from websites and most of the time the tool was able to parse it into the OSM syntax. Hope it is going to come back...

(22 Aug '16, 22:08) rene78

use the (currently newest) snapshot from the Internet Archive: https://wayback.archive.org/web/20160329171112/http://openingh.openstreetmap.de/evaluation_tool/ – seems to work fine for me. Understandable, since I assume the whole logic to be client-side JavaScript.

I have notified the developer of the tool (with a reference to this question).

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answered 22 Aug '16, 22:19

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Works. Thank you!

(22 Aug '16, 22:22) rene78

Thanks for the hint. The server is not under my control. I have notified the admin of gauss.openstreetmap.de.

Unfortunately, my mirror is currently also offline but I am working on it :)

Sorry for the inconvenience!


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answered 22 Aug '16, 23:19

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Mirror is up and running:

We will see what can be done about the main domain http://openingh.openstreetmap.de.

Keep on mappin’ :)

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answered 15 Sep '16, 21:23

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Seems to be down again. Luckily there is the wayback machine and the mirror...

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answered 26 Nov '18, 10:11

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