SMARTrain for Linux Alpha 1.5

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by Joseph Cipale, Apr 14, 2003.

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  1. SMARTrain Alphaa 1.5 will be released Tue, April 15. SMARTrain is a linux/unix command shell (read
    text-based) application to track data and workout routines. This is an OpenSource tool that is free
    for download.

    The application will be available from my website located at
    New additions/features include the following: 1 - Canned data reports viewable in HTML or txt
    format. 2 - Complete set of 'edit' tools for dates, bicycles, maintanance entries, user and system
    settings. 3 - File format conversion utility for those user who installed and tried Version 1.4 4 -
    Updated HTML-based documentation. 5 - Improved database format for faster loading.

    Upcoming Releases: Beta 1.0 will contain the following features -
    * - Maintenance update feature: Track when and where items on a given bicycle are due to be checked
    for repeair/replacement.
    * - Plotting of data: via GNUplot
    * - Import/Export to csv format (for use in Excel or other spreadhseets tools)
    * - Trend analysis.

    Upcoming Features:
    * - Port from Linux to Windows environment.
    * - Upcoming GUI interface under development.

    For more information, please respond via email to: [email protected]

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  2. Sounds cool. Now I don't have to do it. (Haven't had even time to specify the data format...)

    Joseph Cipale <[email protected]> wrote:
    : This is an OpenSource tool that is free for download.

    Which kind of license is it? Not much documentation on the site, is it contained in the tarball?

    Some things to consider: -port to PDAs/cell phones (well okay they run Linux and BSD and Windows
    these days) -is it suitable for other sports? can users define their own fields/data? -can you
    integrate with eg. heart rate records from Polar monitors? (Like record which gnuplot .jpg is the
    heart rate graph for that day) -can you put your logs on the web or even maintain them there?

    PS. Did you consider completely open development model, like ?

    Making a link on my page... will have to try it out later :)

    Risto Varanka | varis at no spam please iki fi
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