>From: "Guillory, Anthony" <address@hidden> >Organization: NASA/MSFC >Keywords: 200001311730.KAA02738 McIDAS ADDE accounting Gilbert, re: a Unidata site actively using ADDE >Does that mean that others aren't? Yes, it unfortunately does. Sites are only slowly catching on to how cool ADDE really is. re: fostering ADDE exchange at sites >I'm on! Anybody can get to weather.admin.niu.edu. Super. re: need to restrict access to NLDN lightning and WSI NIDS datasets >Yep! re: ALA.G8-GHCC file >Hmm. Can you check this out, Anthony? By default, that would mean NASA has >access, but I don't. re: anything funny about NIU's name/IP address (i.e., ability to do reverse name lookup) >Shouldn't be a problem...I've had no one complain about gettting to my >website or anything else... If the LDM is running correctly on your machine, then all should be well. >Can I access the imagery you now have on your server too? I don't want to >maul your connection. Oh wait, you have VBNS...never mind! :-) Yes, if you promise to not overdo the access. You also have to remember that access to the machine is at no time guaranteed. It can come and go withoug warning. re: test of GINI access from our server >DROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL! Zzzzt, zzzzt! Ah, sparks from the keyboard! I'm glad you like this. I will be releasing the GINI subserver code coming up, but there are just not that many sites that have GINI imagery to access. re: >> o AVHRR Level 1B imagery >> o DMSP imagery from NGDC >> o Terascan (tm) imagery >> o GRIB ADDE server (just in the consideration phase) > >The Terascan would be neat. That would put UCAR's images on display for >everyone. How long before this happens? This is lesser in priority than the level 1B stuff and ahead of the DMSP work. UCAR/JOSS is very interested in getting a Terascan to McIDAS converter working. I am very interested in getting our sites access to more and more imagery from more and more sources (even if they are redundant). >Great job, Tom! I look forward to seeing NASA's stuff. This is going to be >AWESOME! Things keep moving along. Later... Tom
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