Marc Slagle is a perl coder and a weather nerd.
By: panzersnake , 1:55 PM GMT on June 08, 2014
I'm now doing a report ping to the CWOP servers every 10 minutes on the sixes. The lastes versions of those hacky scripts lives at:
Next steps will be to get the confirmation back from CWOP, and then start tuning the sensor code from their QA service. I'm also now to a point where I'll have to deal with storing the data and creating a site for it. I'm pretty sure I'm going to just stream the data to another site that can handle the storage.
Next up after that will be the data viewer system I've been thinking about for the station site and a very cleaned up version of the hardware/software. I should be able to fab a few test boards, get another sensor set, and then essentially post the entire kit.
Even if nobody else ever uses it I've at least had fun with it.
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