[aprssig] Andorid APRS

Gregg Wonderly gregg at wonderly.org
Tue Dec 22 10:40:52 CST 2009

I'll extend the offer again.  I wrote a lot of APRS related Java code back in 
2001 or so that is visible in the http://jeaprs.dev.java.net project.  I'm using 
this code as the basis for a new "HamDesk" application framework that I've 
started on google code.  What I'd like to suggest is that we all work together 
to think about how we can create APIs and libraries that are portable between 
the desktop and the android environment to help create reusable packages for 
these types of things.

I'm not sure that I can jump in immediately and create all the repos, but I'd be 
willing to try and help as much as I can to try and get things started in some form.

Gregg Wonderly

Jeffrey Johnson wrote:
> I'm interested in helping. I'm a frequent user of ibcnu on iPhone and 
> have a g1 that I will probably trade up for a nexus one next month, and 
> have written a few map based android apps at my day job.
> Can we get a repo going on github or something? There should be plenty 
> of reusable code in javaaprs for parsing and such.
> Jeff
> On Dec 20, 2009, at 20:18, Duane Whittingham <n9ssn at arrl.net> wrote:
>> While im not a coder I do have the Droid and would love to alpha or 
>> beta test and provide feedback
>> when ready, i really want an APRS tracker for the Droid :)
>> Duane - N9SSN
>> Chicago
>> At 08:15 PM 12/20/2009, you wrote:
>>> On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 5:24 PM, Ryan Tourge <k2rrt.lists at gmail.com> 
>>> wrote:
>>> > Anyone working/worked on a "tracking" app for Android?
>>> >
>>> > Ryan,K2RRT
>>> I started experimenting with the Maps API in hope of expanding that to
>>> a full APRS application (tracking, messaging, and maps). So far I have
>>> icons plotting on the map, but not from an APRS source. This
>>> experimentation was last month and I haven't had a chance to take it
>>> further yet. Maybe after Christmas.
>>> I'd love to make this into an open source project. Anyone else
>>> interested in helping? I think the first requirement is an APRS
>>> parser/encoder in Java. At that point, mapping, messaging, and
>>> tracking can be developed almost independently (those features don't
>>> interact with each other much).
>>> Tom KD7LXL
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