Welcome opengeigerde to radmon.org! :)
opengeigerde has a homebrew geiger counter, attached to an arduino and ethernet board with an SBM-20 tube.
The small graph shown on the map marker information bubble

is now always up to date and drawn with the latest data.
Welcome fabstda to radmon.org!
fabstda has a DIY geiger counter with ETH port and sensitive SBT-10 detector tube.
Stations in experiment mode now have dark yellow and dark red colours depending on the radiation level.

This is to indicate whether the level is normally considered high by the station, so now we can see quickly on the map if someone is taking measurements.
Experiment mode is recommended for working on your geiger counter, performing measurements of items and general testing to avoid unnecessary alerts. Why not take a photo and make an article describing your experiment by clicking Submit on the menu?
Welcome Kubiak to radmon.org!
Kubiak has a Radiatex MRD-2 with STS-5 tube.
Welcome tletournel ro radmon.org!
tletournel has a RHKGK1A kit by rhelectronics with SBM20 tube.
The radmon.org system went down overnight. Everything was broken. Thankfully it has now been fixed!
Some other problems like the map in RadLog not displaying and failure of the Shared Data system have also been fixed.
There will inevitably be teething troubles as the new website is enabled - please report any problems, your reports really help me. Thank you to those who have already reported issues!
So at last - presenting the new website! A new logo, a better professional look, user submitted articles with comments and a new forum.
I hope you like the changes. There will be a few niggles with the website address changing as features are used, these will fix themselves as I complete the changeover.
Please report any problems to me in case I have missed them.
Dan mw0uzo

Note:
Users of the old forum will have to register with the new forum.
Development has gone well. The main maps page, user, alerts and forum pages are working. The next task is to work out how the user news feature is going to work.
Many of you will be accustomed to the somewhat scruffy and simple design of the first radmon.org website! Well after the recent storm of development on RadLog, adding in all the cool new features, it is only right that the website gets some similar attention. The design is intended to be clean and professionaland hopefully isn't too boring. While I'm comfortable with the technical side of the website, the graphical side is not my forte, however it has come out alright! With a little luck the site will be ready to put live soon!