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Name:
Richard
Comments:
Hi
I run a weather station in Folkestone, and have recently discovered this website: http://www.awekas.at/en/index.php

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It allows you to directly compare your website data with others around you.

There are instructions on how to set Cumulus up up to support the site here: http://wiki.sandaysoft.com/a/AWEKAS

Anyway, thought you might be interested, do you Twitter your Cumulus data?

All the best

Richard
Thursday, December 08 2011 - 03:28 PM
Name:
Neil
Comments:
Hello Nigel
I must be honest & say I have no idea how to send the data produced by cumulus by any method except via FTP
I would suggest a visit to the cumulus forum http://sandaysoft.com/forum/
you may be able to get an answer there
as for the security code im not quite sure what you mean if you could explain a little more i will try to help
Monday, November 28 2011 - 01:21 PM
Name:
Nigel Montgomery
Comments:
Hi, I love the site. I'm looking to produce the same sort of data for my house and presented in a similar way to yours. The only difference is that I want to trasmit the data to the website via IP and without the use of a PC. Any thoughts on what to use? Also, how did you get you secutrity code generator as I reckon I'll need something similar on my site.
Thanks
Nigel
Monday, November 28 2011 - 08:43 AM
Name:
Neil
Comments:
my pleasure Dieter
For English users the site is in German but translates very well using your browsers translate option the home page is www.bo-rox.de
Thursday, October 27 2011 - 12:51 PM
Name:
Dieter
Comments:
Hello weather friend. I've found you at cumulustopsites. Perhaps like you, my Topsite weather.
Excuse this mail, I'm looking weather friends internationally.
regards
Dieter
Tuesday, October 25 2011 - 08:28 PM
Name:
Neil Tassell
Comments:
Many thanks for your entry's
To answer M Truscott`s question
The sensors can be fixed on the short mast supplied or positioned independently the only limitation is the cable length between the rain gauge / wind sensors & the transmitter its worth a visit to the sandaysoft forum for more information sandaysoft.com/forum then look at the fine offset/easy weather section
Neil
Saturday, October 22 2011 - 06:53 AM
Name:
Matthew Nichol
Comments:
A great site with plenty of infirmation on offer, and onlt just down the road!
Thursday, October 20 2011 - 03:49 PM
Name:
M Truscott
Comments:
Hi, great site. I am looking at buying the maplin weather station. where do you fix the external guages?
Monday, October 17 2011 - 05:54 PM
Name:
Neil Tassell
Comments:
apologies to previous contributors spammers got to my guestbook please feel free to re-enter your comments
Sunday, July 10 2011 - 02:19 PM
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