Hello, I'm using umap for my mobile application. My map, with many markers, is integrate in the application with an iframe. It's only a trial for now, everything was working fine, but since I had some users on the application, my map does't appears anymore on the phone. When I open it with my computer as a guest, it is written in red "certificate error" in the url. Even with this messagen the map can be open with a computer, but does't work anymore with my application, it only appears a blank page.

Somebody has the solution?


asked 06 Feb '17, 06:58

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edited 06 Feb '17, 19:27

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The certificate for umap.openstreetmap.fr expired on 6th February 2017 02:13 AM. Please try to get in contact with the server administrator(s), see UMap Feedback and help.

Update: Meanwhile the issue has been resolved.

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answered 06 Feb '17, 07:52

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edited 08 Feb '17, 21:10

ok, thank you, but where I can contact them? I don't understand why it's been expired on 6th? Is it related to my application or nothing at all?

(06 Feb '17, 07:57) AdrienG19

I would try the GitHub issue tracker or the #umap IRC channel on Freenode. Oh, I see you already did this in issue 440.

No, it isn't related to your application. Most certificates have a life span and have to get renewed periodically or become invalid.

(06 Feb '17, 08:14) scai ♦
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