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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Announcing cgran.org: Re-launching the Comprehens
Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Announcing cgran.org: Re-launching the Comprehensive GNU Radio Archive Network
Sun, 5 Apr 2015 11:16:11 +0200
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looks great! gnuradio.org in this style would be awesome ;)
But I have a question about the update mechanism. If I change or add the
manifest file in my repo on github (gr-radar), how does cgran update its
database? Are there any update cycles or is it done manually?
On 05.04.2015 09:36, Vanush Vaswani wrote:
> Looks great.. congrats.
> On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 2:52 AM, West, Nathan
> <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am happy to be able to announce that the Comprehensive GNU Radio Archive
>> Network (CGRAN) is now live at http://cgran.org. It's a bit different from
>> the previous version.
>> Some notes:
>> 1) The primary purpose of this rendition of CGRAN is to provide a place to
>> filter and sort through the growing number of OOT modules that meet your
>> 2) If you want to add a bookmark to jump to project listings the best URL is
>> 3) No code is hosted by CGRAN. If you need a place to host your projects
>> there are several free services to do that which have features and services
>> we could not possible match, some of which run on completely free software.
>> 4) The list of modules on CGRAN comes from PyBOMBS and CGRAN heavily depends
>> on PyBOMBS. If a module has a manifest file we use it to get most of the
>> information. If there is no manifest file we only know a small amount of
>> 5) For module authors that want to improve their presence on CGRAN, add a
>> MANIFEST.md to the top level of your module repo. The skeleton is at
>> and you can view the module repos that have more content on CGRAN for
>> Finally, this wouldn't look nearly as well as it does without Ravi Sharan
>> who put together the overall site layout and feedback from those in the
>> CGRAN/PyBOMBS working group. This is not the final state of CGRAN as we
>> tweak the layout and operation, but we want to get it out there for use and
>> encourage module authors to add manifest files.
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