cellhunter --- the state of development and future
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Sun May 3 13:41:23 CEST 2009
Sebastian Hammerl wrote:
> Here are some updates about cellhunter. I am currently working at an
> online map so you can view already found cells around you. I am using
> tangogps to display the cells and it looks like:
> I created a tangogps repository which overlays the celldata over
> openstreetmap. So you know if somebody has been there and where you can
> get new cells.
> It is not finished yet but I will release it soon.
> Greetings, Sebastian
> ivvmm schrieb:
>> I wonder how quick is it developed and how much people are involved in?
>> In fact no one in my country is using it(looked at the map on
>> cellhunter's site). By also looking at the map we can see that many
>> regions are already covered.
>> So when the next steps will be taken? I mean integrating the ability to
>> get a fix from a network cell for GPS clients. TangoGPS for example? Or
>> will cellhunter remain just a game?
Thank you very much. This feature is a useful one that will help me as I
have already forgotten what places I had fetched and what not.
It looks like it is time for a feature request for TangoGPS to allow
overlaying of maps: not just points where GPS was linked with GSM, but
OSM over Google maps or so as number of repositories grow. My SD card is
running out of space because of maps. And now additional repository will
be added which partly duplicates OSM!
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