Just in case you prefer Twitter to RSS, you can follow the Weathermap project there now, too.
Getting closer to a finished 0.96, this test release is pretty stable. I'm using it, and I know of a few other people using it (by tracking svn).
Changes since 0.96test1 include:
Over here, you will find the latest version of SuperLinks, a Cacti plugin to allow you to integrate your own content into Cacti'
Today saw the 10000th download of Weathermap 0.95b, of around 30000 downloads over all versions in the last almost 3 years. Thanks for taking an interest in it!
There's still plenty I'd like to add/finish in here, but I've been using this for a new project for a few days now, and it hasn't hurt me yet.
It's just a quick note to prove I'm still alive. I've been using the dev Weathermap for a project at work for the last few days, and making use of a few of the new features.
I've been playing this evening with making a version of Weathermap that can draw maps using the Cairo graphics library, instead of
I'm a fair way into Weathermap 0.96 now, and there should be some nice stuff:
* Z-ordering (make some nodes appear above or below others, or links)
Also via Xavier, Here's the live map for The Gathering '08 in Norway, where more than 5000 geeks
Over there, Xavier has a nice introduction to using