So, Pär, parts of front- and backends are obviously already there. Where do client data come from? My ideas for the "Table of active Stations": Separate tables for clients and servers.Server table includes frequency data and times for scanning servers by multiple lines in appropiate columns for these servers. Server software sends also freqs.txt if used. Extra line in freqs.txt for memory users.
Extra column for servers operator email to be able to get in contact if desired.
Specs could or should be a top for next meeting. 73 de Klaus, DL4OAH Am 10.08.2011 18:40, schrieb Per Crusefalk:
That is pretty much what is happening here: http://hermes.esrac.ele.tue.nl/maps/pskmailers.php There is a server parsing aprs data looking for clients and servers. Servers are blue, clients are red. Couple this with automated upload of scan tables and we are done? 73 de Per, sm0rwo ons 2011-08-10 klockan 11:21 -0500 skrev DAVID GRAY:ONE WAY TO HAVE REAL TIME IS A DEDICATED APRS SERVER FOR PSKMAIL ONLY THIS WOULD SHOW ONLY STATIONS THAT REPORTED IN THE PAST HOUR DAVID KF4WBS -------------------------------------------------- From: "Andrew O'Brien"<k3ukandy@xxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 11:18 To:<pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [pskmail] Re: Calling all pskmail servers in North America!- REAL TIME LISTI wonder if we could somehow mould PSK Reporter to provide a "real time" map of active servers. PSK Reporter has the advantage of having a cadre of hams that use software that automatically upload reception reports , this includes Fldigi and Multipsk. I do not see ALL PSK modes that PSKMAIL uses listed at PSK Reporter but I think we could easily persuade Phil to add what we need. Then, anyone looking for an active list of servers might use PSK Reporter, select PSK250, and see who is active. We would need to have a quick visual method of discerning the servers from the end users, but I am sure we can figure that out. Andy K3UK On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 11:58 AM, Per Crusefalk<per@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Hi David, Yes, we do need that and there is a test in progress. For now sysops will have to update that wiki page. As you know we have a test where servers can post the scan table to a centralized page. One issue there is servers that require use of memory channels instead of frequencies. There will need to be a local conversion table for that. But, we are certainly going to have an automatic update of server status. 73 de Per ons 2011-08-10 klockan 10:43 -0500 skrev DAVID GRAY:REIN ONE PROBLEM WITH THE LIST IS IT IS NOT CURRENT THERE ARE SERVERS LISTED THAT HAVE NOT BEEN ON THE AIR IN A VERY LONG TIME NETWORK ON THE AIR ONLY SHOWS 2 NORTH AMERICAN SERVERS OPERATING SOME OF THE SERVERS GO ON AND OFF BUT THEY ARE LISTED AS ON ALL THE TIME WE NEED SOMETHING A LITTLE MORE REAL-TIME BASED DAVID KF4WBS -------------------------------------------------- From: "Per Crusefalk"<per@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 09:59 To:<pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [pskmail] Re: Calling all pskmail servers in North America!Hi Gil, Good idea and there is a list available already. It's on this page at the wiki: http://pskmail.wikispaces.com/PSKmailservers All server sysops should add their servers there and update the frequencies scanned etc. At the moment I see four servers in North America. That's actually much better than what I have seen in years so we are getting better and better. This map displays all clients and servers except those that do not want to be seen (mostly MARS): http://hermes.esrac.ele.tue.nl/maps/pskmailers.php 73 de Per, sm0rwo ons 2011-08-10 klockan 07:38 -0500 skrev Gilbert Franke:I would like to put together a list of pskmail servers in North America. There may be such a list already; if someone knows of it, please let me know. If you are operating one, please send me the call, frequency, and status. I thought the aprs data at http://www.pskmail.it/ would show who is on, but I've found out there are some that are not shown there. FYI -- WB5RFQ-5 is temporarily off the air with a computer problem. 73, Gil WB5RFQ -- Gilbert A Franke 361 442 6008 (cell) 130 N Harris Bellville TX 77418