Orphaned POI Files
When a maintainer leaves our community or makes the decision to downsize their projects and gives us notice, we move the POI files to Orphaned Files
Any members interested in file maintaining are welcome to ‘adopt” any of these files.
I have started this topic because I would like to reach out to all the photographers out there looking for something to take pictures of.
What we need is pictures like on this page: http://www.poi-factory.com/node/10174 that Doc_Brown took for the site of Dairy Queen. Here is another that Doc sent in for Starbucks http://www.poi-factory.com/node/6021
I have read all the threads on this site concerning low clearance.
I even contacted some members via their email.
With Wikispaces closing down, does anyone know where TurboCCC is hosting the Extra POI Editor page?
is anyone familiar with adding poi to built in gps to kenworth trucks
Small engines, like chain saws, weed eaters, and my Chrysler minivan all run better on 100 percent gas, with no ethanol. Anybody working on a POI file like that? Weigels is a local brand in the Knoxville TN area, and Most have one octane that is Ethanol free, for example.
does anybody have a current poi file or a location list so I can create one? the current one is 10 years old.
It seems that BoA is minus 1 ATM!
A thief blew up an ATM using oxygen and something else at:
893 Veterans Memorial Hwy SE
Mableton GA 30126
There are 3 ATMs there (2 drive-up and 1 walk-up), so you can probably still get some cash.
See story and pictures at:
I have tried to find some guidance on the site about the appropriate use of data, namely dealing with someone who has taken my data from my website and posted it here. I can tell it's my data for the coordinates match exactly out to 6 decimal places and I always pick my own unique coordinates. Is there any recourse?
Afternoon all. I've read the letters off this forum. I can actually load custom POIs. Just as I think I've cracked it.....
What's happening exactly is :
Camping World closed the last of the Gander Mtn. stores and I've asked GlobeTurtle to delete (or not) the Gander Mtn. POI file.
Does anyone have a list of the Applebee's locations that are closing?
I am presently updating the entire file using the Shell website locator. The major problem with this updating is that the website locator listing ONLY incudes the street address. In order to obtain the City, State,Phone numbers and whether it has diesel, is to use ths coord/street address along with the use of Google Earth to obtain this information.
I have tried finding a way to do this, but I just cant get it to do what I want, so maybe I can find an answer here.
I have a Garmin 61-LMTS.
I know how to add poi's to the unit. I want to be able to add poi's like "Starbucks" for example.
I want ALL Starbucks to show an icon on the map for this road so I can see what's coming up further down the road.
I'm new here. I down loaded the campground list, but there doesn't seem to be any way to sort by state. It's a comma delimited file, but I don't know how to load it differently so I can sort by state.
Sorry if this has been discussed to death. . .
What do I need to transfer poi's to a Kenwood radio with GPS and sd micro card?
Does anyone know where I can find a POI file that has the alcohol free gas stations listed?
Hi everyone. I've been a member for 5 years and LOVE this site. Keep up the good work.
I'm working on a cool heat map project and need to get a file of Giant-Landover stores to do it.
There are 169 stores, but I can't find any POI files that are recent.
Can someone help?
N 42*-47'-23.47"/W 78*- 48'- 49.02" Mile Strip Rd. Hamburg,NY. A new store.
I was camping recently and needed a specialty item not available locally. Using my smartphone, I found the item on Amazon.com and had it shipped to one of their nearby Locker locations. Although the online directions were fairly specific, I had trouble finding the location due to an error with Google Maps.
Anyone not familiar with Amazon's Locker Delivery can check out the service here:
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