I googled this, but have not found any answer.

I created a pictogram for the kneipp_water_cure and want to upload it. Unfortunately I havent't found any upload site like it exists for wikipedia commons

asked 19 Apr, 14:04

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You have two alternatives.

First one is to upload to our wiki:

  1. Log in
  2. click "file upload" in the left menu - or use this link: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Special:Upload
  3. read the info
  4. fill in the form
  5. upload

Second one is to upload to Wikimedia Commons (needs an account there). You can use the image in our wiki pages like if it was uploaded in our wiki directly - see https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Collaboration_with_Wikipedia#Using_pictures_from_Wikipedia_for_tag_description.2FMap_Features for more info.

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answered 19 Apr, 19:59

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Ah, thanks, the reason is, that I'm no autoconfirmed user yet. So there is no "file_upload" button and the link doesnt work. Bu at least I know why it isn't working.

(19 Apr, 22:41) MaestroGlanz

@MaestroGlanz: Thanks for the feedback. You should be autoconfirmed in some days (see https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Unconfirmed_user ). Possibly you can upload at Commons already.

(19 Apr, 23:10) aseerel4c26 ♦

Try Mapillary.

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answered 19 Apr, 18:26

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edited 19 Apr, 18:26

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No, not for mapping. Just for wiki.openstreetmap.org

(19 Apr, 18:40) MaestroGlanz

Can not you just go here: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Tag:amenity%3Dkneipp_water_cure , log in and upload?

(19 Apr, 18:57) mmahmud

You can add images to wikimedia commons and use them or upload them as a file (option LHS) to the OSM wiki

(19 Apr, 20:00) SK53 ♦

I'm not an autoconfirmed user yet. That's the problem. So there is no upload button for me.

(19 Apr, 22:43) MaestroGlanz
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