The only open-source Linux repeater app for the open-data amateur radio repeater project.
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Version 0.9.1 fixed an issue with OpenStreetmap Search - you can search for peaks, towns or other places again. :)
Version 0.9, for Windows and Linux, fixes up the panels so the size can be adjusted.
Plus Code search lets you center the map on global plus code.
In other news, let your voice be heard in the end of year user survey - https://hearham.com/survey2022
The hearham.com repeater listing that backs this project, currently has a contest for radio amateurs that submit new repeaters or corrections. https://hearham.com/contest2022
If you are traveling this summer please consider adding to the list and improving the app.
Repeater-START is now available for Windows (Tested with Windows-8, Windows-10).
This new build was uploaded to sourceforge last week, and works like the Linux version, but without the locate-me button (No Geoclue build on Windows?)
The source code is on the Windows branch in Github.
2021 brought FreeDMR TGIF network DMR listening integration on hearham.live, many repeater listing updates, and bug fixes and updates for Repeater-START for both Android and Linux/Ubuntu/Raspbery Pi.
What did you use RepeaterSTART for this past year, and what would you like to see in the future? There's still time to participate in our 2021 users survey: https://hearham.com/survey2021
The online radio repeater listing pages used in RepeaterSTART now link to the DMR radio listener
The system is newly revised for better reliability.
Repeater-START Android version is now up on F-Droid store: https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.hearham.repeaterstart/
Check it out or build the source from Github!
Version 0.5 now shows inoperable repeaters in red, and has a settings dialog!
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Just gave it a try on my Ubuntu laptop, looks good. Keen to follow developments. Great job!
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