On 12 February 2018 at 11:17, Jonathan Carter <jcar...@linux.com> wrote:
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> Owner: Jonathan Carter <j...@debian.org>
> * Package name    : dump1090
>   Version         : unreleased (git)
>   Upstream Author : Salvatore Sanfilippo <anti...@gmail.com>
> * URL             : https://github.com/antirez/dump1090
> * License         : BSD
>   Programming Lang: C
>   Description     : Mode S decoder specifically designed for RTLSDR devices
> Main features:
>  - Robust decoding of weak messages, with mode1090 many users observed
>    improved range compared to other popular decoders.
>  - Network support: TCP30003 stream (MSG5...), Raw packets, HTTP.
>  - Embedded HTTP server that displays the currently detected aircrafts on
>    Google Maps.
>  - Single bit errors correction using the 24 bit CRC.
>  - Ability to decode DF11, DF17 messages.
>  - Ability to decode DF formats like DF0, DF4, DF5, DF16, DF20 and DF21 where
>    the checksum is xored with the ICAO address by brute forcing the checksum
>    field using recently seen ICAO addresses.
>  - Decode raw IQ samples from file (using --ifile command line switch).
>  - Interactive command-line-interfae mode where aircrafts currently detected
>    are shown as a list refreshing as more data arrives.
>  - CPR coordinates decoding and track calculation from velocity.
>  - TCP server streaming and receiving raw data to/from connected clients
>    (using --net).
> For now, I intend to maintain this myself under my salsa namespace. In the
> future this will likely be moved to a team who might share interest with
> this package.

I planned to maintain it too myself, but unfortunately my laptop was
stolen, so all of my work is likely gone. But you may want to check at
Alioth, there may be a backup. Feel free to maintain it yourself
though :)


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