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General Climbing Discussion

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New online collaborative guidebook
eosya
14/08/2014
12:16:09 PM
Eosya, a new online collaborative guidebook for outdoor activities allows you to create and share your own guidebooks for single pitch climbing, bouldering or multi pitch climbing(and even hiking)!
You can check it out here : http://www.eosya.com
There is nothing yet in Australia : be the first to add a guide in Australia!

Enjoy the Outdoors
Sebastien
gaetanr
14/08/2014
2:17:41 PM
What's the benefit over using thecrag.com ?

JimmyS
15/08/2014
7:18:15 AM
The crag has already 10,000 logged Australian climbs or some number like that, with many topo's. No point splitting a already great resource into two
eosya
15/08/2014
10:04:59 PM
The quality of the guide that you can make with eosya is better than the quality of the guide on thecrag. This is the main advantage, but eosya will also be "automatically" translated in other language (already in french, and soon in german, dutch and greek) which will make it easier to find information when you go climbing abroad. eosya also intend to be a platform for every outdoors activities, so that you can see on the same map or array the guides for climbing, hiking, canyoneering, biking, skiing...

Stugang
16/08/2014
12:13:37 AM
I'd be interested if you planned for a guide in Armenian.

Superstu
16/08/2014
8:35:32 AM
Do you have a third party developer API that has no restrictions?
rolsen1
16/08/2014
11:29:14 AM
On 16/08/2014 Superstu wrote:
>Do you have a third party developer API that has no restrictions?

Yes, every time this comes up we ask the same questions.

I see The Crag now has a beta API but the "deals" they list don't seem that appealing, or fair or justifiable. If a free truly open platform with an open API comes along then that will be appealing. Even better would be if multiple sites used the same standard for an open API.

A link to the crag's beta API "deals": http://www.thecrag.com/article/api
mothrfckr
16/08/2014
3:11:33 PM
I dont really get the whole API thing but dunno if you noticed but the website (thecrag) has a fair sized banner saying they dont even make enough to cover costs.

So maybe their deal with you sucks because your deal with them (actually paying for useful info) isnt being followed through ;)

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