[aprssig] APRS Comment/Status Text Guidelines
bbj at innismir.net
Wed Nov 26 09:49:52 CST 2008
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Robert Bruninga wrote:
>> Your proposal presupposes that the APRStfc
>> utility would run alongside APRSdos...
>> running that would pose a problem for me...
> But all we need is someone to write an on-line parser for the
> Maryland Traffic data web page, and then turn around and send
> the object packets out the serial port for an attached TNC,
> done. THen it does not even need any other APRS support. It
> could just be a background task on any PC..
> I keep hoping someone would get excited about this and write the
I got the basics sorted out:
Grabs the CHART page, and prints out any sensor that is 30MPH or below.
This isn't even alpha code yet, this is classified as "Well, it works
for me..." and may turn your computer into a smoking pile of ruin.
The trivial part now is to massage the data into an APRS ready format.
What I can't do, or rather don't feel qualified to do, is to translate
the sensor names into lat/long. from there it's just munging the
variables into an APRS string, at which point I can write it to a file,
print it to STDOUT, or do whatever you want with it.
Ben Jackson - N1WBV - New Bedford, MA
bbj <at> innismir.net - http://www.innismir.net/
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