yorickmoko at gmail.com
Fri Jun 5 07:49:11 CEST 2009
My personal preference goes out to openBmap,
because I think they combine quality and quantity;
quality: they log the most data (they are even working on TA)
quantity: they have all the cells of cellhunter and opencellid
I could be mistaken but from what i heard from onen (the creator of
openBmap) on ML and irc, I got the impression that he DOES want to
just not "only" sharing data, but i could be wrong
On 6/4/09, Christian Gagneraud <cgagneraud at techworks.ie> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using cellhunter since few month, with which i have gathered some
> data (1646 cells so far here in Ireland) and uploaded to their server.
> I would like to give a try with OpenBmap, is there a way to convert
> data from CH to OBM and upload them to OBM server?
> I know that OBM log more details than CH but i guess that CH's data
> are still usable by OBM.
> Generally speaking, what people think about these two project? And of
> course the 2 billion euros/dollars question: Which one is the best?
> Does the 2 projects collaborate, if not are there any plan to do so?
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