$ where

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Last Updated: (every 30 minutes)

Users online now

~arplo

~dustin

~magical

~elly

~tripoli

~insom

~lemmiwinks

~xkeeper

~julynervs

~emanuel

~trevorb

~pinoinha

~mio

~lupo

~fluora

~dozens

~stark

~login

~mcclung

~cymen

~alliesanders

~trashski

~devon

~spacehare

~ulhar

~gzj

~sose

~amcclure

~petra

~troido

~vilmibm

To add yourself

Anonymously: create a `.somewhere` file in your home dir with touch ~/.somewhere

Publicly: create a `.here` file in your home dir with touch ~/.here

If you're on a VPN or similar and want to fix your location, put a physically accurate IP address in ~/.here to override your detected IP.

Map - full screen - data

How does it work?

Every 15 minutes this program runs `who --ips` and then looks up IP geo info on opted-in, logged in users. It hits Google's geocode API with the "[Region], [Country]" data it found to get general coordinates, and generates this data, stripping out usernames for anonymous users. When viewing the map, an AJAJ request is made to get the data and the points are added to the map.

You can see for yourself in the GitHub project, where contributions are welcome!