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6 years 7 months ago #592 by Juzzie
Internet connection going strange again today and this time I see the time out message....and the script continues to run. Success!

Owner and operator of "southofhobart" monitoring stations.

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6 years 7 months ago #594 by ThibmoRozier
Ah, epic. :D
And yeps, I'll post a little manual in the pyradmon part. :)

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6 years 7 months ago #683 by ThibmoRozier
So, there is an update guys.
I quit the support for PyRadmon.

Now to explain why,
I received an e-mail yesterday from someone who forked the project, without any request for permission.
Forking means taking the code and changing it just enough to where it does one thing else.
This fork took the Linux spirit out of PyRadmon, which is "We do one thing and we do it well."
It can now also handle terminal input and uses .cfg files for configuration and all that kind of stuff.

It also uses a very odd manner of naming the class within the command line and one can make multiple configs and then switch between them, yet can use the script only once... How nice. :D e.e

So hereby, my apologies, but I freeze (Multi)PyRadmon.
I am not even going to try and work against script kiddies.

Gives me more time to work on new projects aswell.

I will remain active on Radmon.org, though.

Kind regards,

Thimo.

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6 years 7 months ago #684 by mw0uzo
Oh. :(
The additions you made to pyradmon were good. Are you sure you want to stop looking after it?
You could merge any changes that were good?
Thank you for looking after it over the time you have :)

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6 years 7 months ago - 6 years 7 months ago #685 by ThibmoRozier
Maybe,
I send their email through to your email.

Their manner of writing made me feel rather bad.
Their fork can be found here: github.com/OpenRad/PyRadmon

And their reason: "to make it more Pythonic."

It'd be the same as taking radlog, changing it to run on the mono .net framework and tell you it's now more "Windowsy".

Oh well,
will take a bit to cool down and I'll check the forum regularly to see if there are any needs/requests.
Thanks Dan for remaining positive. :)
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6 years 7 months ago #686 by mw0uzo
It looks like they wanted to improve parts of it, though it probably didn't need forking to change it. Just some discussion to get the code in a state both are happy with..

Check over their changes and see what might be useful, command line arguments are always good for building things on top of. It opens the door for a gtk app to be made for linux gui users.

Once you have included the changes you think are worthwhile you will say 'ah that's much better now'. With your work and others, it will become a great tool. :)

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