docs: gluon-hoodselector: add openstreetmap copyright

Fixes #1821
parent 2792309c
......@@ -28,7 +28,10 @@ A domain is defined by geostationary fixed shapes by using longitude & latitude
in combination with the domain configuration system. Below you can see a visual
example of a regional domain:
.. image:: gluon-hoodselector-domainmap.jpeg
.. figure:: ./gluon-hoodselector-domainmap.jpeg
:alt: Regional domains visualized as shapes defined by latitude & longitude
© OpenStreetMap contributors
......@@ -36,7 +39,7 @@ Behaviour
The following is an abstract state diagramm which gives an overview
of the process:
.. image:: gluon-hoodselector.svg
.. image:: ./gluon-hoodselector.svg
The sequence of this diagram reflects the priority of its running modes.
Each mode will be explained separately below.
......@@ -78,7 +81,7 @@ two coordinates per box are needed to define it (see below for an
example). The second one uses polygons which can have multiple edges.
Each domain can hold multiple shapes.
.. image:: gluon-hoodselector-rectangle-example.svg
.. image:: ./gluon-hoodselector-rectangle-example.svg
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