Each on the map is a working wifi hotspot. Click 'em for place names, then click those for useful info, e.g. Arbor Lodge Park.
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Interested in making PDX Wifi Map better? (__CONTRIBUTE-LINK__) Following info on a separate page. Creating, maintaining, and improving pdxwifimap costs time and money. This work doesn't go on in a vacuum. You can have an influence on it. Want me to continue plugging time and money into this project? Consider:
Suggest a feature / Give me feedback. What do you think? What could I be doing better? This is a learning project for me. (__EMAIL LINK__)
Spread the word. It gladdens me when I see that people are using PDX Wifi Map. The more people use it, the more I feel inclined to improve it. Tell your friends on Facebook, Twitter, your blog, and on the bus. It will really make a difference.
Donate. Please consider making a donation. Any amount helps!
There's a correlation between these different ways you can contribute, a kind of math. If you suggest something which would be a trivial amount of effort, I might just do it. If you suggest something which will take a lot of effort ... I may do it if I think doing so would be fun, or if others have asked for it already, or if I think many people would like to have such a thing. If you donate lots of money, your suggestions and ideas will be taken more seriously than those unaccompanied by donations. Does this make sense? People have asked for a feature which would be nice, but would take a large amount of effort. I'd love to do that, someday. Once I get a more people asking for that same thing, and/or donations, I can imagine working on that thing you want. But just for you that's too much effort. Help me with what want, make me feel like it's worth my time, and I'll help you in return.
pdxwifimap.com benefits from the good work of everybody who has contributed their time, know-how, programming skills, and map data to OpenStreetMap - "a free worldwide map, created by people like you."
Page last updated: August 06, 2013.
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