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Licences and software used
- Geocoding data and maps are from OpenStreetMap, NaturalEarthData and Wikipedia.
- Petition graphs and maps were created using mtChart, QGIS and Highcharts.
- To display the signatures of a petition on a map is Leaflet with the plugin Leaflet.Canvas marker Layer used.
- Administrational data (population figure, elected representative, Address, Website) is based on the information given in the infoboxes of the respective article in The Free Encyclopedia Wikipedia.
- The PDF files and barcodes are created using TCPDF. Barcodes are recognised using zbar.
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- For monitoring and tracking munin, pingdom and kibana help us.
- The petitions for the mirrored petitions of the petitions committees were made using the map Bundesrepublik Deutschland.svg from Escondites ( CC BY-SA 2.0 de ) created.
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