X for External Resources

In this section find a list of products, services, and tools that are outside of the offerings of the Geotourism Indonesia but that you may find helpful.


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OpenStreetMap (External Link) – Read more on this site

Mapillary (External Link) – Read more on this site


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Geotourism.Center on Facebook  (External Link)

Geotourism.Club on Facebook  (External Link)

Geotourism Club Group on Facebook  (External Link)


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Wikivoyages (External Link) – A wikimedia commons project where written information can be collected about each city. This can be a good place to add information about local parks, public buildings, and government facilities, as well as general information like how to get a local sim card.

Wikipedia (External Link) – Wikipedia is a great place to document public parks or public lands.

Simple Wikipedia (External Link) – Wikipedia articles can be very complex, and involve a great number of rules and editors. Simple Wikipedia is different. It is focused on the use of basic English, and it is a great place for practicing reading and writing in English language.


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Lightshot – A chrome extension for screenshots. A great way to take easy screenshots and to save them on your computer. This tool allows you to measure your screenshot and adjust it to make sure you get the right aspect ratio.

Pixlr Express – Chrome extension for simple photo editing. Need to do some quick simple edits on an image or three?

Google Docs, export as markdown – Google Docs addon enables the export of a document as markdown.

16:9 Aspect Ratio calculator – Get familiar with some of the most common 16:9 image sizes. Background images should be cropped to 16:9, and profile photos should be 1:1

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