Hi Markus, |
Oh, never stop learning! ;-) Maybe it makes a lot of fun and maybe it
is much easier than expected... :-)
These days i'm now learing some very basic Linux stuff on the Raspberry
pi and if there is some success, it is nice stuff! Yesterday i learned
how to steer the GPIO port via the remote link, by running a cpp file.
Now, a simple LED can be switched on and off. Trivial. BUT, later i can
connect a bistable relay and choose between different RX antennas in
the garden! Most useful :-)
Next i want to run an ADC (LTC2400) on the SPI bus for measuring the
battery voltage. This allows me to check the situation on the remote
site and do some data monitoring here (e.g. generating a diagram from
voltage values beeing sent each minute), as well as some energy
Just to share some thoughts...
Am 07.02.2015 17:33, schrieb Markus Vester:
yes I've been considering that. My
opds page https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/26404526/opds.htm has links to text output from 14 different
opds-32 observers, out of which 8 seem to be currently updating
(GW3EZY, DK7FC, DF6NM, SV8RV, UW8SM, EW6BN, UA0SNV, JA8SCD). I could probably make a simple utility which
periodically downloads these results, sorts lines by timestamps, amends
RX callsigns, and uploads them as a single text list. Unfortunately
I have little knowledge of web programming techniques, so it would be
just the rudimentary thing, without pretty maps or user-defined
selective database retrieval.
Sent: Friday, February 06, 2015 8:08 PM
Subject: LF: OPDS database?
Did you ever think about offering a OPDS database? This could be a
simple website allowing to collect/upload detections from other OPDS
A time consuming project for you, maybe. But why not? :-)