[App_rpt-users] Custom NodeNames

W0OTM w0otm at w0otm.com
Tue Aug 18 10:28:37 EDT 2015


Tim,

No one gives a poop about about some code that you "claim" you wrote.  Had the code been commented with your name, I could have given credit.  But since there was nothing, it was impossible for me to know who wrote it. Since your name is NOWHERE in the file, I'm assuming you are claiming ownership of someone else's work.

With uncommented, open source code, I don't give a shit about worrying about stroking some arrogant douchbag's ego.  I don't care what you think.  I don't care how you perceive my contribution. If you can't see the intention of my contribution, then that's YOUR problem.  

#noonecares



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> On Aug 18, 2015, at 8:08 AM, Tim Sawyer <tisawyer at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> You take code, rename it and call it yours. Then you disparage hams when you are called out on your actions. 
> 
> Look, I don't give a poop about any recognition. What I do object to is that you took code that you didn't write and called it yours. That's dishonest. 
> 
>> On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 10:03 PM, W0OTM <w0otm at w0otm.com> wrote:
>> Nope, once again you are wrong.  Nowhere on the site where I got my RP2i image from does not indicate where allmon2 was sourced from...I've never even heard of allmon2 before you crying like a baby! Or that you were the author of it.
>> 
>> I really hope you are getting whatever it is you are needing though all of this...all this hub hub over a nodename script...
>> 
>> I sure got what I needed...reassurance that nothing has changed in the ham radio community.  Still the same old drab folks in desperate need of attention and reinforcing their value in the hobby.
>> 
>> If it wasn't for people all the thankless people in this hobby, you wouldn't have a platform to cry on!
>> 
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> 
>>> On Aug 17, 2015, at 11:43 PM, Tim Sawyer <tisawyer at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>> The UK, you got it from a UK site? Well I'm impressed my code is getting around the world. Ok, I'll take the hit for not putting my mark anywhere in the code but I was not and am not looking for a plaque ;) Just so you know it came from here https://github.com/tsawyer/allmon2.  Doug did ask me if he could distribute it with his RP2 code and I think it's mentioned somewhere on his site. 
>>> 
>>> I just think you should be more careful about your claims. 
>>> 
>>> 
>>>> On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 8:21 PM, W0OTM <w0otm at w0otm.com> wrote:
>>>> Tim,  if you feel you need credit for a few lines of code...then Im happy do send a mass email put to everyone on this list to announce I used your old code.  
>>>> 
>>>> But, no where in the astdb.php file in my raspberry pi distro from the UK AllStar Group is your name listed.  No where is there an indication of who the author is...so, I take you word that you deserve credit...I'll get the plaque ordered:)
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>> 
>>>>> On Aug 17, 2015, at 9:11 PM, Tim Sawyer <tisawyer at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>> Hmmm...
>>>>> 
>>>>> Your getnodes.php is a line-for-line copy of my one version back astdb.php from allmon2. Allmon is open source and anyone is welcome to use parts of it as they see fit. However, vaguely claiming it's your code is less than forthcoming. It's brain dead simple code and I'm not claiming it's my stolen master piece. It's just low you imply that you wrote it. 
>>>>> 
>>>>>> On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 2:08 PM, W0OTM <w0otm at w0otm.com> wrote:
>>>>>> I have written a shell script to create custom node names to replace the announcing of nodes by their node number to the "callsign" configured for each node on the system.  Its 2 parts.  First uses a php script to download all the AllStar Node data and saves as txt file called nodenames.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> I save mine as 'getnodes.php'. The code can be found here:  http://pastebin.com/cSCuAZnS
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> After this runs, I run the second script:
>>>>>> I save mine as 'nodenames.sh'. The code can be found here:  http://pastebin.com/AWtPpYjY
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> This script looks up the node number and finds the callsign, it then creates a .ulaw file using the letters and digits found in the AllStar systems.  No TTS!  It saves all the ####.ulaw files in /var/lib/asterisk/sounds/rpt/nodenames.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Now when a node connects or disconnects, its announces a callsign instead of a node number.
>>>>>> -- 
>>>>>> Marshall Dias
>>>>>> .-- ----- --- - --
>>>>>> Ottumwa, IA EN31ta
>>>>>> 4SQRP #310
>>>>>> 
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> Tim
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