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OpenCycleMap
#1
Dear OpenCycleMap fans,

for a few weeks, RouteConverter has been using an API key for the OpenCycleMap because the OpenCycleMap is now operated by http://www.thunderforest.com/.

Today I've received an email:

Quote:I hope you are well.  I'm happy to see you using our services and I hope
your customers find our maps useful too.

I've been looking at the requests on your API Key and we need to upgrade
your account to a paid plan. Here is the request data for the last few days:

2017-08-28 192,215
2017-08-27 275,572
2017-08-26 153,338
2017-08-25 222,785
2017-08-24 185,896
2017-08-23 173,452
2017-08-22 230,004
2017-08-21 280,496
2017-08-20 342,510
2017-08-19 291,076
2017-08-18 161,441
2017-08-17 156,614
2017-08-16 124,061
2017-08-15 102,944

Based on this request rate, the most appropriate plan would be our Small
Business plan, which has a quota of 15,000,000 requests per month.

This means that the access numbers for the OpenCycleMap are well above the free budget (150000 requests per month) and that the free budget is spent in one day. So there are lots of OpenCycleMap users out there.

Nevertheless, I have removed the OpenCycleMap with my API key from the list of maps and terminated my API key at Thunderforest, because I do not see how to get 195 pounds each month which Thunderforest demands.
--
Christian
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#2
(31.08.2017, 20:10)Dear "Master" :) Wrote: how can we  use your fantastic any longer. Where do we can a key for the API needed?

Bernd vom Tegernsee in Bayern

routeconverterDear OpenCycleMap fans,

for a few weeks, RouteConverter has been using an API key for the OpenCycleMap because the OpenCycleMap is now operated by http://www.thunderforest.com/.

Today I've received an email:

Quote:I hope you are well.  I'm happy to see you using our services and I hope
your customers find our maps useful too.

I've been looking at the requests on your API Key and we need to upgrade
your account to a paid plan. Here is the request data for the last few days:

2017-08-28 192,215
2017-08-27 275,572
2017-08-26 153,338
2017-08-25 222,785
2017-08-24 185,896
2017-08-23 173,452
2017-08-22 230,004
2017-08-21 280,496
2017-08-20 342,510
2017-08-19 291,076
2017-08-18 161,441
2017-08-17 156,614
2017-08-16 124,061
2017-08-15 102,944

Based on this request rate, the most appropriate plan would be our Small
Business plan, which has a quota of 15,000,000 requests per month.

This means that the access numbers for the OpenCycleMap are well above the free budget (150000 requests per month) and that the free budget is spent in one day. So there are lots of OpenCycleMap users out there.

Nevertheless, I have removed the OpenCycleMap with my API key from the list of maps and terminated my API key at Thunderforest, because I do not see how to get 195 pounds each month which Thunderforest demands.
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#3
(31.08.2017, 20:10)routeconverter Wrote: Dear OpenCycleMap fans,

for a few weeks, RouteConverter has been using an API key for the OpenCycleMap because the OpenCycleMap is now operated by http://www.thunderforest.com/.

Today I've received an email:

Quote:I hope you are well.  I'm happy to see you using our services and I hope
your customers find our maps useful too.

I've been looking at the requests on your API Key and we need to upgrade
your account to a paid plan. Here is the request data for the last few days:

2017-08-28 192,215
2017-08-27 275,572
2017-08-26 153,338
2017-08-25 222,785
2017-08-24 185,896
2017-08-23 173,452
2017-08-22 230,004
2017-08-21 280,496
2017-08-20 342,510
2017-08-19 291,076
2017-08-18 161,441
2017-08-17 156,614
2017-08-16 124,061
2017-08-15 102,944

Based on this request rate, the most appropriate plan would be our Small
Business plan, which has a quota of 15,000,000 requests per month.

This means that the access numbers for the OpenCycleMap are well above the free budget (150000 requests per month) and that the free budget is spent in one day. So there are lots of OpenCycleMap users out there.

Nevertheless, I have removed the OpenCycleMap with my API key from the list of maps and terminated my API key at Thunderforest, because I do not see how to get 195 pounds each month which Thunderforest demands.

Hi there

I've been having problems since installing the latest version (on my iMac, running Sierra), and can't even use the older version now.  Reporting a Google API not authorized error (se attachment). Is this related?


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#4
(03.09.2017, 16:48)GarySN Wrote:
(31.08.2017, 20:10)routeconverter Wrote: Dear OpenCycleMap fans,

for a few weeks, RouteConverter has been using an API key for the OpenCycleMap because the OpenCycleMap is now operated by http://www.thunderforest.com/.

Today I've received an email:

Quote:I hope you are well.  I'm happy to see you using our services and I hope
your customers find our maps useful too.

I've been looking at the requests on your API Key and we need to upgrade
your account to a paid plan. Here is the request data for the last few days:

2017-08-28 192,215
2017-08-27 275,572
2017-08-26 153,338
2017-08-25 222,785
2017-08-24 185,896
2017-08-23 173,452
2017-08-22 230,004
2017-08-21 280,496
2017-08-20 342,510
2017-08-19 291,076
2017-08-18 161,441
2017-08-17 156,614
2017-08-16 124,061
2017-08-15 102,944

Based on this request rate, the most appropriate plan would be our Small
Business plan, which has a quota of 15,000,000 requests per month.

This means that the access numbers for the OpenCycleMap are well above the free budget (150000 requests per month) and that the free budget is spent in one day. So there are lots of OpenCycleMap users out there.

Nevertheless, I have removed the OpenCycleMap with my API key from the list of maps and terminated my API key at Thunderforest, because I do not see how to get 195 pounds each month which Thunderforest demands.

Hi there

I've been having problems since installing the latest version (on my iMac, running Sierra), and can't even use the older version now.  Reporting a Google API not authorized error (se attachment).  Is this related?
Hi,
I've got the same message on Win based PC as well. The message occurs if a try to render a route.
Earlier Version creating same problems.

Rgds
Bernd
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#5
I'm also having the same problem running the Webstart version from my Win7 PC at work. Was working OK this morning for about half an hour, then the API error messages started showing when attempting to render a route.
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#6
(03.09.2017, 16:48)GarySN Wrote: I've been having problems since installing the latest version (on my iMac, running Sierra), and can't even use the older version now.  Reporting a Google API not authorized error (se attachment).  Is this related?

No, that's a different problem: the Google Directions API was deactivated. I've activated it again and it should work now.
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Christian
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#7
Yep - now working fine - thanks for the prompt response.
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