Just popping past to say Hi and Thanks!
Just popping in to say hello and thank you for a great resource.

The lightning data that the project provides has been invaluable to me for the last few years with what I do and whilst I'd love to get involved, where I live makes it difficult to locate a sensor system, but I'm a skilled PHP coder if that'd be any use!
Welcome then,
What do you mean by "makes it difficult to locate a sensor system"? New systems should be available this year. Egon may have some kits of the current version left (link)
MyBlitzortung (lightningmaps.org) is written in PHP but I think the code is only available to participants.
Or you can start your own project, but the data is also only available to participants.
However, any contribution is very welcome.
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(2015-04-26, 18:01)Steph Wrote: Welcome then,
What do you mean by "makes it difficult to locate a sensor system"?

Thanks Steph.  It's because I spend a lot of time on the road, and based in my job between two different countries so I wouldn't be able to keep an eye on it which is the pain but if things settle down in the future and I'm in a place where I can physically keep eyes on the sensors I'd have one set up in a heartbeat!
I see.

But once a station is set up properly, it usually doesn't need any attention.
And if it does, most can be done remotely via web interface.

But if you have a good idea to implement in MyBlitzortung-PHP (or another project), maybe the admins will allow you to access the data. It's not in my competence to decide.
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