- Yep…not part of Fldigi, but I would presume that there is stuff there that can be used to help in creating something new. I ll check out TLF. 73 -- DaveMessage 1 of 4 , Feb 13, 2013View SourceYep…not part of Fldigi, but I would presume that there is stuff there that can be used to help in creating something new.I'll check out TLF.73--Dave WrightK3DCWwww.k3dcw.net"Real radio bounces off the sky"
On Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 10:58 AM, Ed wrote:
On 02/13/2013 10:09 AM, Dave Wright wrote:
> I think this is a great idea. Building off of Fldigi is probably a
> good place to start.
> The basic components for contest logging are already available in
> Fldigi, such as dupe checking, but there are a few things that would
> be good for a non-digital mode contest….the ability to hide the
> waterfall and send/receive screens, for example.
> I think that have an user-definable contest scoring mechanism so that
> users could define their own contest scoring (and then share it with
> others) would be useful. I personally find the cluster/bandmap idea
> less useful, but I'm usually an "unassisted" contester who really
> just plays around at contesting. A grey line map is useful, but even
> more useful would be Grey Line prediction with prefix indicators, a
> la RUMlog on OS X. (displays info like "FO/A greyline from your
> location is at 1246 UTC)
> Cross-platform would be nice, but Linux support should be a priority
> a LInux needs a good up-to-date contesting software package. My
> favorite contest software is unfortunately OS X only
> My programming skill are non-existent, but I'm more than happy to
> provide beta-testing and "idea bouncing" as needed.
> -- Dave Wright K3DCW www.k3dcw.net
But keep in mind all of my ideas will not be a part of fldigi. Take a
look at tlf for non-digital contests.