Forums Submission Queue whereami

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    whereami is a simple application that uses GPS and Openstreetmap to locate the user in a map.

    source: https://bitbucket.org/edunivers/whereami/
    license: GPLv3



    I couldn’t find the license. You might want to add a LICENSE file to the project root folder.
    You might want to add git tags for each release.



    The license file was just added.



    This should be moved into submissions held because of “disable=prebuilt jars” reason in the metafile.



    Just had a look at the libs dir, which contains three libraries:

    * android-support-v4 – the Android support library from the SDK
    * OSMDroid (Apache License)
    * slf4j – a logging library (MIT license)

    License-wise all of these should be OK, so I assume the only issue remaining is getting and building these libraries. OSMDroid and slf4j are also used in OSM Tracker for Android (albeit in different versions). How was this solved there? Looking at the build recipe for OSMTracker, I don’t see a reference to these libraries…


    The location manager is never released (should be in onPause or onDestroy), so device will keep searching for location even when the application is closed. It’s a major issue.

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