Lurkers: I am very interested in any
sort of LCAZ inaccuracy. If you can tell me the amount of error, I can correct it, but you too need to be precise. I am especially interested in when it is 70F+ (toasty) inside your house and less than zero outside. The wider apart the temperature between inside and outside, the greater the error will be - and the easier it will be to fix. I live in Western Washington state, and it rarely gets into the teens in winter. I need more gnarly weather!
I put my LCD display in my freezer for a while, but it didn't get below about 14F. Not a really good data point.
Please send the temperatures the LCD display says, versus what LCAZ says. It is easy to adjust the calibration, but I need to recompile the entire app to change what LCAZ says on it's screens right now.
I am working on a version that can save to a real SQL database, Hex logs and CSV files - all at the same time. The full-blown database is necessary to gather enough raw data to make the next generation of the app.
And... I absolutely have to come up with a better product name
In case you were wondering - all versions will be free for the downloading. This is way too much fun to charge money for
Just a question at this point, but how are you guys submitting weather data to Wunderground and other sites? How do you identify your data as coming from "you" and how is it submitted? Do you use a user name and password and transmit data somehow? I don't need user names and passwords - just a URL or FTP address + instructions for sending weather data. I might be able to do this automatically - actually I am pretty sure it will be easy compared with figuring out the GW data format.