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  • g4ilo
    ... How about APRSXE (APRS - Sexy)? :)
    Message 1 of 45 , Mar 1, 2010
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      --- In aprsisce@yahoogroups.com, "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@...> wrote:

      > > Maybe a sexy name contest is in order. ;)
      > >
      >
      > Got a suggestion, I'll consider it, although APRSISCE/32 isn't that bad,
      > is it?

      How about APRSXE (APRS - Sexy)? :)
    • Fred Hillhouse
      ... I did a bit ago and there are new tiles! Totally awesome! ... Apparently my recent poking around stimulated the renderer! ... I see the berserk yellow
      Message 45 of 45 , Mar 5, 2010
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        > >> I'm anxious to hear how expanding the Cycle Map tiles turns out

        > > It is pretty ugly on the areas without enough resolution. But hopefully
        > > that will only get better over time as more tiles become available.

        > Have you gone back to look at the areas in question again?

        I did a bit ago and there are new tiles! Totally awesome!


        > The Cycle Map tiles are created on demand. The whole world hasn't been
        > rendered at all resolutions. It requires that someone ask for the
        > tiles before they get rendered.

        Apparently my recent poking around stimulated the renderer!


        > On the OSM site, when you try to look
        > at an area that hasn't been rendered, that is all that is required to
        > request a tile be rendered. It looks like when you try to get a tile
        > with APRSISCE/32, that also creates a render request. I have lots of
        > tiles for my area. When I first looked at an area, the yellow circle
        > went out, then it went bezerk. However, after a bit, it settled down.

        I see the berserk yellow circle too. It seems to play havoc as I "drive"
        around.


        Fred, N7FMH
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