Jan Dittrich

  • Schwarzpläne sind immer mal wieder von Urbanisten und Architekten gefragt. Zwecks Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe habe ich mal ein Script geschrieben, das einen Schwarzplan aus einer OSM-Karte generiert. Leider ging es irgendwann nicht mehr und ich konnte es auch nicht reparieren (CookiesameoriginAPIwasauchimmer, hier falls ihr daran basteln…[Read more]

    • Danke! Gibt es auch eine Anleitung dafür, die dabei hilft, das Programm mit den richtigen OSM-Dateien zu füttern (oder holt es die selber?) und den Style an die richtige Stelle zu kopieren? Es scheint ein bisschen technischer zu sein…

  • Jan Dittrich posted a new activity comment 1 year, 8 months ago

    Danke! Gibt es auch eine Anleitung dafür, die dabei hilft, das Programm mit den richtigen OSM-Dateien zu füttern (oder holt es die selber?) und den Style an die richtige Stelle zu kopieren? Es scheint ein bisschen technischer zu sein…

  • On Sunday, May 10th, Bauhaus and Liszt Internationals organised a trip to National Park Hainich. On this sunny day joined us 45 students from 21 countries. A meeting point was in front of the train station at 9.45 […]

  • Mailinglists are a great possibility to create online communities. However,  we often saw fellow students struggle with this idea. Here is a (hopefully) simple explanation.

    Catherine moved in a new neighborhood. She wants to exchange with the people living there and ask questions and help others along with their questions as well. She…[Read more]

  • …Die Folien zu dem heutigen Vortrag gibts hier zum Download.

    Natürlich könntet ihr auch einfach diese Links klicken. Oder im Kunst-Technik-Labor schauen, auch eine Linksammlung für Anfänger im Webprogrammieren, aber mit mehr Text drumrum.
    Untersuchen und Ändern

    Webmaker Tools (Mozilla)
    Firefox Dev Tools< …[Read more]

  • ThumbnailNach langer Schreib- und Vorbereitungsarbeit ist es endlich da: Unserer Appell an die Lehrenden der Bauhaus-Universität, mehr freie Software in der Lehre benutzen.

    Wir denken, dass die Nutzung von  […]

  • It was a wonderful autumn day in November 2014: the sun was shining above Thüringen and in the faces of 15 international students meeting in the morning at Weimar main station heading toward Saalfeld. We visited […]

  • Am 24 Dezember, 20:30 Uhr, trafen sich ca. 20 Internationals in der M18, um den Heiligabend zusammen zu verbringen. Im einen Raum gab es Glühwein und Kekse für alle und auch viel Musik. In dem Nebenraum spielten […]

  • Viren und Trojaner – kein Ding für Macnutzer. Das gibt es schließlich nur für Windows.

    Ist natürlich Quatsch. Aber ich muss zugeben, dass ich Mac-Schadsoftware nie »live« und nur auf Newstickermeldungen bei […]

  • On Saturday 14th June 2014 we had a fun and exciting day at the climbing park in Hohenfelden!

    7 stations with 118 climbing elements, fitness, adventures and risk in 2-15m height with  increasing difficulty with up to 135m length of cables racing through the forest, jumping  into a net in around 15m height and much more!

    We had so many requests of people wanting to come with us that we even couldn’t take everyone with us. In the end, there were around 40 people being exhausted but proud after their two-hour adventure. Even though weather was changing often, it was a wonderful experience that strengthens the team spirit – everyone gave a hand to each other.

    There was also the opportunity to take some food and snacks, so we had a short picnic to regain some energy before we headed back to Erfurt. Arriving in Erfurt, some people took the chance to have dinner together, go shopping or visit the Krämerbrückenfest in order to have a great end of the eventful day.

  • The International Summer Festival, which meanwhile has been a tradition, took place this year on 12th of June at the Haus am Horn.

    Organised by the Bauhaus Internationals, StuRa of the HfM Weimar and Freundeskreis of the Bauhaus University together, the Festival this year has been greatly successful. Aimed to enrich the integration of our international students and the connection and friendship between the Bauhaus University and the HfM Weimar, various interesting programmes were planned for the Festival.

    It started with Henna Body Art at 5 p.m., in the meantime our guests were asked to mark their origin down on our huge global map. After that an exhibition tour “Fremde” took place inside Haus am Horn and it was followed by a jam session with the motto “European early music meets Chinese early music” by Johannes Ötzbrugger (Theorbo and Baroque Guitar) and Kelvin Tsui (Erhu, a Chinese fiddle). Then the second guided tour inside Haus am Horn started in which model and experimental buildings of the Bauhaus were presented. After that Eric Domenech (composition, piano) and David Castro-Balbi (violin) started another jam session with improvised jazz music. Meanwhile a funny puppet theatre “Goethe – ein Spiel” by the puppet artist Henning Hacke took place outside of the Haus am Horn.

    Last but not least, our wonderful international buffet must be mentioned. It was prepared by students from the Bauhaus University and the HfM Weimar together, which once again presented the successful cooperation between both institutions. It was also enhanced by the homemade ice-cream “Biebereis” from the Bauhaus student Felix Bieber and lots of grilled Thuringian sausages.

    The Festival was very well attended from both institutions and both international and German students, which was very important and meaningful for our international integration. We are looking forward to the next International Summer Festival!

  • June 8th, 2014

    Walking through the National Park Hainich along the “Baumkronenpfad” (tree-top trail) was a precious experience!

    We wanted to get to know the place we are living in and enjoy Thüringens National Park Hainich, which is around 60km west of Weimar. It’s quite a long way to get there, but it was definitely worth it.

    Stunned by the view of the entire Hainich and the Thuringian Basin, we learned a lot about trees and got some inspiration by the beauty of nature. Arriving in a sunny weather, we enjoyed the refreshing forest with its relaxing sounds of rustling leaves and twittering birds.
    Thank you for exploring one of the most wonderful places around here with us!

  • On Saturday, 10th May, we had a special guided tour through Weimar. We met in front of the student club Kasseturm in order to explore the city from a different perspective, even reaching the outskirts of it.
    The participants could put themselves into the position of an adventurer, eager to discover new things and places.
    The tour, which lasted about 2 ½ hours, revealed a few hidden locations of the city.
    The wanderers, mainly PhD students from Iran, were highly interested in gaining knowledge about the city and it’s history, seeing some secret spots. We are looking forward to the next tour, expecting more people to come whose tips can be integrated into the tour, as detours are part of every adventure.
    ›Life is a journey, not a destination‹– Ralph Waldo Emerson, American poet

  • Nachdem hoffentlich alle gut im neuen Jahr gelandert sind, treffen wir uns am morgigen Freitag Nachmittag wieder ab 15:00 Uhr im Maschinenraum um gemeinsam an unseren Linuxen und Unixen rumzuhaxxorieren.

    Wie […]

  • Ist die Umfrage an alle Studierenden aller Fakultäten gerichtet? Ich dachte zuerst es ist Architektur/Urbanistik-spezifisch; die erste Frage ist aber die nach der Fakultät.

  • ThumbnailSoftware für Linux nicht so breit gestreut wie für Windows oder OSX. Aber es ist auch kein System nur für Computerfreaks: Die meiste Alltagssoftware läuft auch unter Linux: Firefox, der VLC-Player und <a […]

  • Könntet ihr den Brief-Text einfach per copy&paste in den Post einfügen? Wie ihr schreibt, “verbirgt” sich der Brief hinter dem Link, dabei kann der interessante Inhalt auch einfach unverborgen direkt im Blogpost […]

  • ThumbnailSoftware für Linux nicht so breit gestreut wie für Windows oder OSX. Aber es ist auch kein System nur für Computerfreaks: Die meiste Alltagssoftware läuft auch unter Linux: Firefox, der VLC-Player und <a […]

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