Ham Code

During one evening last week there was discussion on Twitter, about open source amateur radio projects and the apparent lack of them. The conclusion was that maybe they exist but there was no central system to link it all together. Thankfully the internet’s fast paced...

Cloudlog

Since I first reported about the development of a web based logging application. Development sped up rather quickly and after a quick name change to Cloudlog, its now in a feature stable mode the application is hosted by the user although it might be possible to host...
Web Frontend to HRDs Logbook – Web Logbook

Web Frontend to HRDs Logbook – Web Logbook

A while back I decided I wanted a solution, where I could access my logbook(s) anywhere regardless of where I was currently located. At first I managed to-do this by using MySQL on my web server to store the HRD Logbook and just used an SSH tunnel. This worked fine if...

Now running HamTwits.com

If you follow me on Twitter you might have noticed the tweet saying that I’ve taken over running HamTwits.com from Ben (N1WBV) who started it back in 2008 and has done a cracking job providing a list of radio hams who use Twitter, hopefully I can maintain the...

Launch of DXCluster.co.uk

Just under a week ago Paul (M0TZO) said that he’d found a domain available and I’d love it.. He wasn’t wrong either the domain in question was http://www.dxcluster.co.uk I’ve spent some time getting a prototype of the website up and running...

PickMyRig Redesigned

Its been 2 years since I touched the code base of PickMyRig, the original system was heavy based on a script I had written in Prolog back while I was in University then ported to PHP and the user interface was very quickly put together to get a working concept then...