This script will send email with today's weather forecast, so you know if the weather is perhaps possible for groundhandling at your groundhandling location. Some more links to forecasts are provided in the email.
- Copy this script to a specified location
- Copy config.json.example to config.json
- Get API key by registration at https://darksky.net/dev/register
- Modify config.json and set
- Add cronjob
00 06 * * * /bin/ruby /path/to/fetch_forecast.rb --persist
Some additional features would be nice:
- Create website, so new users can sign up and set location and notification channels by themselfs
- Add more notification channels (e.g. slack, telegram bot)
Contribution is very welcome! Create an issue or pull request!
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b feature-[short_description]or
git checkout -b fix-[github_issue_number]-[short_description])
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some missing feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin [branch-name])
- Create new Pull Request
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