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I can honestly say, the have served us well and we have seen lots of interesting things in the past: Lots of facepalms (Sovereignty Structures Endpoint), lot of hickups (API shutdown during the […] " data-url=" class="dot Social Share dot Social Share Button" In the last weeks I discovered that the XML and CREST API endpoints DOTLAN Eve Maps is using are now deprecated and will be shutdown in may 2018.Yeah this means a “little” bit of work on my backend.Some of the wishlist items have already been seen light: New features: Nearly a week ago I published the first integration of the Aegis sovereignty changes into DOTLAN Eve Maps.I even had to replay (reprocess) some of the crest request from the archive to fix data that I broke with some […] " data-url=" class="dot Social Share dot Social Share Button" Hello fellow pilots.When friends or colleagues ask me what Eve Maps is all about I mostly describe it as “The Google Maps for Eve Online enriched with live data directly from the game” and I don’t think that this description isn’t to far from the reality or what do you think? To the german players: The pilots of the New Eden Podcast have recorded a interview with me. Without going to much into the historical details or timeline: I can proudly announce that DOTLAN Eve Maps has reached a major milestone and is providing a well known and respected service to all players of New Eden for 10 years now!So, what’s your favorite story about DOTLAN Eve Maps? I can honestly say that the Eve Online community is one of the best […] " data-url=" class="dot Social Share dot Social Share Button" After the ESI migration has been achieved and a few bugs have been stepped on, I started playing around with the authenticated ESI calls and what should I say: the first functionality of the old ingame browser has been restored.
With the usual highs and lows it took me around 5 months and a lot of git commits create the new ESI backend, refactoring most data collecting daemons, remove dead stuff (like Dust514 bits and pieces) or fix what was broken (zkillboard/evewho).
Those systems are not affected by the blackout ingame and shouldn’t be penalized here as well. This means it behaves like wormhole space and you don’t know who’s around you until they reveal their presence.
Some sites in the eve online community (like zkillboard.com) decided to join in and turn their […] " data-url=" class="dot Social Share dot Social Share Button" Without going to much into the historical details or timeline: I can proudly announce that DOTLAN Eve Maps has reached a major milestone and is providing a well known and respected service to all players of New Eden for 10 years now!
But rather then going black completely, I opted to just hide the sovereignty, kills/jumps and system related historical changes from the main page.
This way you can feel the blackout but you don’t lose the ability to navigate into “unknown” 🙂 UPDATE: I’ve lifted the blackout for low-/highsec systems. CCP Games decided to change the local of nullsec systems into delayed mode.