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Month: December 2016

Re: [trinity-users] "Arbitrary changes to their UI"

From: midi-pascal <midi-pascal@...>
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2016 17:19:02 -0500

On 16-12-09 12:39 PM, Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Friday 09 December 2016 10:08:49 Peter Laws wrote:
>> Believe this has some relevance here.
> I'm that guy off screen, haveing handily exceeded the average life time
> the media is going nuts over.
> This is off topic as can be, but calling the service has never actually
> put me in touch with anybody that knew what I was talking about. so...
> However, your sig makes me lodge a conplaint about a service thats has
> apparently been discontinued, eg the access to current conditions
> at "KCKB", or for that matter any other net station.
> I have a system monitor called gkrellm that has a weather plugin, and its
> last valid connection was July 28th, 11:53 pm. I found it quite handy,
> and since it was a totally automated service, self updating at about 30
> minute intervals, saw no financial advantage for NWS/you in shutting off
> that service.  Can it not be restored? I believe the problem lies in the
> DNS lookup of KCKB or any other of the 4 letter station codes used for
> this service nationwide. You can PM me at gheskett at shentel dot net
I made a workaround for this problem when gkrellm weather plugin stopped 
It is only a Perl script (native to the plugin) to modify.
If   you are interested I can send it with instructions to this list.

>> Thanks to the TDE team letting me do "stuff I do all the time" like I
>> always have!!
> I'll second that!!
>> --
>> Peter Laws, BS, MRCP / N5UWY
>> National Weather Center / Network Operations Center
>> University of Oklahoma Information Technology
>> plaws@...
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> Cheers, Gene Heskett