Your community is missing?
The app uses the official directory.json from the Freifunk API. Your community may not have been entered correctly or the data is not processed correctly. You can check this here:
Otherwise you can also contact us with questions and help: https://forum.freifunk.net/t/freifunk-landkarte/5181
The map uses the Freifunk API to obtain a list of communities in Germany. The links to node maps are then read from their API files.
3 types of node maps can then be used to obtain data: Netmon, ffmap and OpenWifiMap. The nodes/routers/access points of the respective community shown there are then included in this map.
The fourth format processed is "nodelist", which makes sense for all communities that do not use any of the 3 map solutions.
Information on the nodelist is available on github -> nodelist.
The data is reprocessed and updated every 60 minutes.
Nodes that are offline for longer are not displayed on the map. If they are known to be offline for less than 3 days, they will be greyed out.
Who built it:
tino [at] freifunk-emskirchen.de
Heat map layers:
freifunk [at] Wunschik.net
Leaflet marker cluster https://github.com/Leaflet/Leaflet.markercluster
Icon for centering the map made by Icons8 - www.flaticon.com licensed under CC BY 3.0
==== Change log ====
Add: Android 10 support
Fix: Endless loading screen on app launch
Add: App can now be swapped out to an SD card.
Add: Layer HeatMap Router + HeatMap User
Fix: Combined icons can now be expanded at maximum zoom. Navigation now possible for all icons.
Fix: Fixed bug with location detection
(Runtime permission inserted; This must be allowed on first start.) (Android 6.0 and higher)
Add: Navigation to individual routers
With this update, navigation to the individual nodes has been added.
After selecting a single router, a "Navigate here" link appears, which can start any map app. Google Maps is recommended here.