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Hello everyone,

I've created a map on uMap and haven't had access to it for a few weeks now, getting the message "Oops, Server error". For those who don't know uMap, you have to choose a provider between Github, Bitbucket, Twitter and OSM, which I personally chose for a travel project close to my heart. The error message is directly linked to the host, because if I choose Github, I can still use the maps I'd created as a test, but unfortunately not for the project I'm talking about... Does anyone have an idea how to get around this problem? I'd be very grateful

asked 24 Jul '23, 16:26

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Ooow thank you man!! I just reset my OSM account and have access to my project again. Cheers :)

(24 Jul '23, 16:51) MilkyLoutch

@MilkyLoutch, this is well known issue, did you changed your OSM account recently ? My guess is that that new name is the same username as your Github one. Given that OSM does not expose the email (which may be a good thing overall), uMap cannot merge automatically those accounts. So at this time, it just… crashes… I've made the merge by hand.

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answered 24 Jul '23, 16:38

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