@joao what did you use to record the ride?
Credit goes to @someunexpectedsparks for the tip about using gpsbabel like that: https://social.librem.one/@someunexpectedsparks/105653896370247856
And the blue dot moves!!! :D
And yes... I walked **slowly**, an did not walked straight, and the video quality is not the best. But hey it is a lot of progress :D
The space is a parking space close to home.
Credits go out to the several developers that worked on the different parts of the stack necessary for this to work.
This is great!
Next thing I'm wondering then is: can we get this to work without an Internet connection, for privacy? I mean, I would like to have the wifi and modem killswitches off, but still use GPS and plot my path on a map. I guess this is a question about if GNOME Maps can work in offline mode.
> media won’t load
It's a .mp4 file, should work to download the file and then view it using a separate video player.
I would be curious to see how Pure Maps works on the Librem 5, since it was in the top 5 apps from the Fund Your App campaign. Pure Maps offline works mostly on the Pinephone, GPS is still spotty but it's found my location before. Offline routing worked when I tested it, but not public transport yet.