On Wednesday 02 January 2008, Marek Mahut wrote:
Lamar Owen wrote:
> The 4.6 meter Andrew parabolic is in active use for our School of
> Galactic Radio Astronomy educational program, and has a 1.42GHz hydrogen
> RF chain and spectrometer. This telescope is currently internet
> controllable through a Java applet in-browser (the applet doesn't work
> with the F8 java stack, unfortunately), and with a custom java servlet
Is the java applet available somewhere? I'm wondering why
working with IcedTea java.
The login page is at http://smileycontrol.pari.edu/smiley
I can't test past this page, because the username and password fields cannot
take my data entry.
> We have a number of other programs; you can see the breadth of
> our website at www.pari.edu
That's a nice gear. I hope to have chance visit your institute if
around someday. :)
I'd be glad you show you around.
Regarding Iraf, x11iraf is under review,
Since one month I'm trying to contact Mr. Romanovski, which after years
of studies in US, is back in Russia.
PyEphem and GNU Radio are on our wish list as well and I hope
If someone is interesting in packaging GNU/Radio, Trond's spec
available at http://trondd.fedorapeople.org/spec_files/
I grabbed it a little while ago. PyEphem shouldn't be hard, either.
Depending upon how the rest of this week goes, I might take a crack at it by
the end of the week.
Please, don't hesitate to come to our next meeting, so we can
what Fedora do for pari.edu
I appreciate the great attitude! But I will, as a long time Fedora user, also
see what PARI can do for Fedora.
I would be willing, for sure, to provide mirror space and bandwidth for an
Astronomy spin, although I can't commit right now to a full Fedora mirror
(and the bandwidth usage that entails). Got 100Mb/s to the Internet and I2,
and 40+TB of disk.
Well, this one I'll have to admit; I _am_ an IRC newbie. Never had the need
before to do IRC; guess I have some stuff to learn. Can't be much more
difficult than learning how to run a CNews site in 1991 was..... I've always
been an e-mail guy, not a chat guy....
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