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Regards, OpenStreetMap Team

First of all, thanks for your work!

I think that my ip has been blocked to access your OpenStreetMap. I have some knowledge about your policies, and I think I'm respecting your rules, so I have no idea why I have been blocked by you.

I'm open to any comments or suggestion from you in order to gain access again

I have been using openstreetmap for at least 7 years...and I want to continue using this fantastic site.

I want to hear you...I'm sure that any suggestion from you, I will able to accept!

Thank you very much

asked 28 Sep '17, 16:03

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What were you actually doing before it appears that you were blocked?

(28 Sep '17, 16:17) SomeoneElse ♦

Hi. Thanks for your answer. Well, I just was locating latitude/longitude on the map. Probably with more requests in the last days, but no much more than usual...I use openstreemap locating information from gps devices. Honestly, I'm surprised...any suggestion or comment?

(28 Sep '17, 16:48) VicentE

I'm guessing that you're using The usage policy for that is here. You can also deploy your own copy of Nominatim or perhaps consider one of these providers.

permanent link

answered 28 Sep '17, 16:56

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SomeoneElse ♦
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@SomeonElse, thanks for your answer. I'm going to check the URL. Thank you very much, and thanks to all OSM team

(28 Sep '17, 18:11) VicentE

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