indihub.space - equipment sharing & space sustainability project based on IN #60113
Yes, we do have all hosts in DB but we need a UI to present them in a usable way. Good timing, we are focusing to release Web UI in around 1st week of October! There will be directory of observatories where you can find and request share session.
Also, with that release we are going to introduce sign up and sign in asking hosts for email, after sign in you can add you equipment (if you have indihub-agent installed) and then you appear in the directory of observatories.
I spent most of the time this summer to make sure traffic can be processed with the minimum of computational resources. Unfortunately, had to stop the imaging processing pipeline process and development as it is getting too expensive, I will need to rethink and optimize it. So all integration with 3d parties is postponed (temporarily). The good news - share session traffic communication is very light weight and doesn't require any significant computational power.
I will post here when UI is ready to test.
p.s. meanwhile let me know if you want to be a guest to use my equipment - I will be glad to set it up and can message you connection string!
indihub.space - equipment sharing & space sustainability project based on IN #60735
Just thought of an idea for indihub.
Instead of just sharing your equipment (in other words: having a stranger control your precious observatory), we should be able to share "sequence files + target".
So in a nutshell:
The Indihub website has a map of Indi observatories, with full info about the imaging train specs, bortle classification, live weather info etc...
A user pick an Indihub observatory and submit his sequence file(s)
Wait for results, as in all the raw files (light dark etc...), maybe they could be uploaded automatically to an Indihub shared location between the requester and the observatory owner
Kstars Mac osx
Odroid C1 running indiserver (kept up-to-date with apt-get update/upgrade)
Megrez72 / HEQ5 pro / QHY5L-II-M (OAG) / Atik 314L+ / Gerd Neumann drawer