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flewton/flewton 23

Extensible Netflow collector

gdusbabek/dribble 6

A journaling library (commit log) written in java. Supports marking + recovery.

gdusbabek/id3 4

java id3 library I wrote years ago.

gdusbabek/cassandra-maker 3

Python script to generate cassandra configuration directories and startup scripts.

gdusbabek/casserole 2

GUI tool for monitoring and managing Cassandra clusters

gdusbabek/headwater 2

Bitmap Indexing Primitives

gdusbabek/audiogen 1

Python generator based audio tools.

gdusbabek/avro-testing 1

Depicts a method that messages could be replaced in future versions and written in a backwards-compatible manner.

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Flight control software for an unmanned balloon

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issue openedreynico/raspberry-noaa

(ERROR) Not enough space on RAM

@reynico ...Having trouble decoding meteor passes. for several days I have been getting a few different errors.. the most frequent one is "INFO : The system doesn't have enough space to store a Meteor pass on RAM" .. Why is this occurring and how can it be fixed??? This error is ruining the meteor passes.. the odd thing is, even with that error, the SDR still seems to capture the pass and attempts to decode and rectify and do all that fancy stuff, except when the system tries to convert, a second error message appears "convert: length and filesize do not match `/var/www/wx/images/METEOR-M220210531-092150-122.bmp' @ warning/bmp.c/ReadBMPImage/839." the first several times this occurred, the pass didn't even get saved... however, the most recent time this happened, the file was uploaded to the web panel, but it was just a solid white image.. meteor issue.txt image

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issue openedreynico/raspberry-noaa

sharing one web panel for two noaa setups... How can this be done?

I am running this code on an existing raspberry pi setup but have recently decided that instead of receiving both noaa AND meteor on the same machine, I would like to run one pi dedicated to noaa 15, 18 and 19... and one machine for meteor only. I came to this conclusion because I have missed many opportunities of receiving meteor passes due to another noaa satellite pass overlapping a meteor pass, resulting in the meteor pass being ignored..

Originally, I had searched for a solution that would essentially allow me to insert a line of code somewhere, that in the most basic sense, looks at the scheduled passes and if it finds that an overlapping pass is scheduled, it would immediately tell the software "Hey, meteor is more important."... For example, if noaa15 is scheduled at 10:00am and meteor is scheduled for 10:02am, the software will always favor the meteor pass and ignore the noaa pass if it is an overlap with meteor... HOWEVER, I've searched everywhere and cannot seem to find any information that would lead me to a solution or way of accomplishing this.

As a simpler way of accomplishing that task, I decided that it would be easier to run one pi dedicated to noaa and a second pi dedicated to meteor, but now the problem I'm running into is how to tell both machines to upload their images to the same web panel.. In other words, I don't want to have to switch between two different web panels to see two different sets of images from two different pi's..

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issue closedreynico/raspberry-noaa

passes are not being decoded.. not receiving any images[Error]

Describe the bug Everything seems to be installed and running as it should (i.e. the passes are scheduled correctly and pass times match up to what gpredict shows), but I get no images and no errors..

Screenshots and/or logs If applicable, add screenshots to help explain your problem. Logs are always welcome as well

Server information (please complete the following information):

  • OS: Raspbian
  • Python version 3.9.0
  • SDR device nooelec nesdr smart

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pull request commentracker/node-elementtree

fix racker#21

I see. Thanks for the quick response and info @Kami. Probably, I'll move away from taking a dependency on this lib because of it's age and relatively stale status.

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pull request commentracker/node-elementtree

fix racker#21

And it looks like I also don't have write access to this repo anymore so you will need to ping some other maintainer who has write / merge permissions.

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pull request commentracker/node-elementtree

fix racker#21

@auzmartist I haven't been mainlining this library for quite a while now, but the change looks good, and I'm fine with merging it.

Only thing which would still be good to do is to add another test case where we manually build XML using element tree constructors (as per my original comment above).

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pull request commentracker/node-elementtree

fix racker#21

@Kami - any plans to merge this PR? I've been using your library (thanks much!) to port some Python code but am running up against a bug due to this unmerged fix.

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issue commentreynico/raspberry-noaa

passes are not being decoded.. not receiving any images[Error]

I should also note that I have been running the original NOAA setup for nearly a year now with perfect results and after "upgrading" to this newer version with the added UI and web panel, I've used the exact same settings and information as I had been using in the original version.. Not exactly sure what I have done wrong.. Hopefully I can get some help.

Dzewa

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issue openedreynico/raspberry-noaa

passes are not being decoded.. not receiving any images[Error]

Describe the bug Everything seems to be installed and running as it should (i.e. the passes are scheduled correctly and pass times match up to what gpredict shows), but I get no images and no errors..

Screenshots and/or logs If applicable, add screenshots to help explain your problem. Logs are always welcome as well

Server information (please complete the following information):

  • OS: Raspbian
  • Python version 3.9.0
  • SDR device nooelec nesdr smart

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issue closedracker/node-swiz

how to deal with nested json data?

Hello,

I am trying to figure out how to deal with nested json data, but I couldn't figure out how to correctly do it (from looking at the blogpost and unit tests, etc).

I have a nested json structure:

<pre> { some: 'data', compound: { and: 'something else', foo: { bar:1 } } } </pre>

I am trying to write Obj/Field definitions that can be used to validate this structure (compound.foo.bar isInt, compound.and isString)

Am I supposed to manually validate.check the 'compound' and 'foo' part of the deserialised json or is there a way (using serializerType?) to hint the validator to use a certain definition of the defs structure for a certain part of the JSON data?

So far I am able to validate the 'toplevel' structure, but the problem is validating the nested data.

(it seems the validation will clean any items not in the defs structure, so I need it to 'know' about the nested items)

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japj

issue closedracker/node-swiz

valve chain.isDate(String)

It seems there is no valve chain.isData(String) yet. This would be usefull to validate JavaScript "Date" objects that serialize to strings

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issue commentBerryWorksSoftware/edireader

Does edireader has builtin JSON output option?

Yes, there is an EDI to JSON facility built upon the core EDIReader parser, producing JSON output from EDI input. Take a look https://github.com/BerryWorksSoftware/edi-json https://github.com/BerryWorksSoftware/edi-json for samples of the JSON and description of features. Let me know if you have further questions, and I will be pleased to provide answers. We can arrange a phone conversation if you like.

Scott

On May 11, 2021, at 4:03 PM, Nick Akincilar ***@***.***> wrote:

Is there any sample code or project to output as JSON?

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issue openedBerryWorksSoftware/edireader

Does edireader has builtin JSON output option?

Is there any sample code or project to output as JSON?

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release K3TZR/xApiMac

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