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Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

Discussion of Jacques DesRoches's web site templates

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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Hi, how does it going!
I'll hope you have a little rest from all your project and have enjoy both Christmas an the New Year.

Is it possible (when it finished) to have the a settings for the wind factor so it can be set in m/s.
Regards
Kenneth

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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Hi Kenneth,

Yes, projects are a bit "on side" these weeks due to hollidays.
(and because I wood... working my new kitchen too!)

Smockey Bear is already accepting both units as readed data
(as you can see here: http://weatherbyyou.com/demo/weather_su ... Config.php)
and I'm "playing" with data structure to have many "switch"
available to display the alternative units and fire forecasts
calculated at official noon time or at the max Temp time.

So, my Bear is sleeping (hibernate?) for a few, but will be ok
for next warm temperature!

Happy New Year,
Jacques

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

Post by pernaczy »

Hi Jacques,
Sorry for interrupting you. Just one question. Has "Smokey Bear" woken up already?
It's drying around here and maybe it would be useful earlier than I expected.

Best Regards,
Piotr
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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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Hi Piotr,

Yes, project was "On ice" during winter... but temp is warming! :clap:

... I have tu rush myself a bit! :bash:

Best regards,
Jacques

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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JacquesD wrote: Yes, project was "On ice" during winter... but temp is warming! :clap:

... I have tu rush myself a bit! :bash:
Haven't the bear woken up from the hibernation yet?
I can see that the temperature at you're place is 26,4 °C and I'll think that even the permafrost starts melting in this temperature.

So what happened to the Smokey bear, have he gone to the locale pub drinking beer in stead of creating fire forecasts :lol:
Guess that you're doing some thing else that more important, just want to check that you don't forget him. ;)

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Kenneth

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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Hi Jacques,
Just to keep myself updated. Any news regarding this project?
Best Regards,
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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

Post by JacquesD »

Hi Piotr,

I had no spare time for hobby recently.
Things have changed at work, I have head full of new things! :mrgreen:
(Learning Vb.net, InfoPath, Sharepoint) :groan:

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Jacques

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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Will Smokey Bear Fire forecaster be available in stand alone format?
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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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Hi Bill,

Probably... as a Template module and AS A standalone versions.

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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JacquesD wrote:Hi Bill,

Probably... as a Template module and standalone versions.
As a Standalone version.
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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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JacquesD wrote:Hi Piotr,
I had no spare time for hobby recently.
Things have changed at work, I have head full of new things! :mrgreen:
(Learning Vb.net, InfoPath, Sharepoint) :groan:
Regards,
Jacques
Hi Jacques,
Just to know what's going on. Has anything changed?
Regards,
Piotr
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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

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Hi Piotr,

Sorry, nothing new about this project.
I don't have any spare time in short delay. :roll:

Regards,
Jacques

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

Post by MeteoBisignano »

JacquesD wrote:Hi!

Smokey Bear project still to continue its development, probably my longest project! :|
Now, main Fire Danger page has a working "Danger sign" at top, with Fire Risk Index,
temp, humidity and consecutive days without rain.

Also, graph is in its near final status, with interactive control over the data
to select Hum, Temp, etc. and zoom in the period displayed. Finally, Legend
has been enhanced to show more informations.

Link: http://weatherbyyou.com/demo/weather_su ... Danger.php

Configuration page has been enhanced too, installations steps are now given
on how to "call" main FireDanger and all (3) Fire stickers available.

Link: http://weatherbyyou.com/demo/weather_su ... Config.php

Regards,
Jacques


I tried to place the file 15luglog.txt but the page gives me an error
How do I add my site?

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

Post by JacquesD »

Hi,

This page wasn't updated since move to new host.
So, now things are working... and always waiting
for comments on these pages.

main page show working demo and config page
is ready to be tested with anyone's real month file.

Regards,
Jacques

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Re: Smokey Bear Fire forecaster

Post by MeteoBisignano »

After processing the file how can I do to create the table with all the data?

I also noticed that the monthly files that record with a 1 minute interval are not processed?
I have to increase the acquisition of data in five minutes?

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