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I have been using https://{s}.tile.openstreetmap.se/hydda/full/{z}/{x}/{y}.png (chrome developer error "GET https://c.tile.openstreetmap.se/hydda/full/7/35/51.png net::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID") as a tile layer for several months now, and it quit working. My other tile layers are working fine. Can someone point me in the correct direction on who I need to contact? These tiles seem to be based in Sweden, is there a contact person in Sweden, or do I contact someone here?

asked 02 Apr, 14:53

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I'm facing the same issue, it looks like a problem with their certificate! Any solution? Our platform is broken.

(02 Apr, 15:00) Rafael Berro
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It was fixed! I'll keep using http for a few days before use https again.

(02 Apr, 18:35) Rafael Berro

You'll have to contact whoever it is that looks after openstreetmap.se. It's not in any way related to openstreetmap.org, so the admins of openstreetmap.org won't be able to help.

I've mentioned the problem in IRC; hopefully someone there knows someone who can fix it. http://openstreetmap.se/ has some contact information - you can try there too..

The site works just fine without https of course - you can change your tile layers to that temporarily if you want.

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Looks like a temporary solution, I'll try to work without https until the problem is fixed, thank you so much!

(02 Apr, 15:31) Rafael Berro
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