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[aprssig] TXT message from aprs station

Steve Hanis dmesteve at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 04:39:31 UTC 2011


Thank you John! Email sent.

On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 7:18 PM, John Gorkos <jgorkos at gmail.com> wrote:

> Excellent question.  The logic is now code-complete and in Alpha testing.
>  I'm nailing down time-zone specific code right now for notification (i.e.
> if a DK station wants notification of a zone incursion between noon and 5 pm
> CET, it's a good bet he'll get irritated if his phone goes off at 10pm CET
> because it's 5pm EST).
> I've had one offer for help with web design and web implementation, but I'm
> still waffling on using something other than Java for the user-interface.
>  Part of me doesn't care, because the business logic is completely separate
> from the view logic, but the other half is terrified because I don't know
> Python, and the offer I got was for a Python interface.
>
> If anyone is interested in being part of the Beta, please send me an email
> the following information:
> your call, the callsign (including SSID) you want to monitor, whether
> you're looking for any movement or incursion or excusion from a zone, the
> zone you want to monitor (right now, just give me a lat/long point and a
> radius around which you want to monitor), the email address you want
> notification sent to, and time periods you want notified, and finally how
> long between notifications.
>   For example, AB0OO wants to monitor N4AC-9 for any movement betweem 9AM
> and 5pm EST weekdays only, and get paged at ab0oo at arrl.net, only notify
> every 30 minutes.
>   Also, AB0OO wants notified whenever KD4Q-7 enters a zone that is within
> 1000 meters of point 34°07.65' N 84°08.11' W any day of the week between
> 6pm and 10pm at, email to jgorkos at gmail.com, only one notification every
> 60 minutes.  No notification is sent with the station LEAVES that same zone.
> I'll enter 5 or 10 test notifications by hand for the first few applicants,
> with the priviso that you give me feedback as to how it's working for you.
>
> I hope to have the web interface done within a week or so.  I'm really
> hoping to do the web UI with Spring MVC and a Jetty webserver.  If you're
> interested in the code, everything is hosted on the AVRS sourceforge page.
>
> John Gorkos
> AB0OO
>
> On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 6:38 PM, Wes Johnston, AI4PX <wes at ai4px.com> wrote:
>
>> What ever became of the project to generate a txt message when an aprs
>> station moves?
>>
>> Wes
>> ---
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>> left.
>>
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