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README.md

Another Ham Radio Log

Build Status Code style: black

Versions requirement

Installation

Install a BDD (mysql is supported, SQLite maybe, PostgreSQL should be)
Makes sure that encoding is/will be in UNICODE/UTF-8
git clone http://dev.sigpipe.me/DashieHam/ahrl
cd ahrl
git submodule init
git submodule update
pip3 install --requirement requirements.txt
cp config.py.sample config.py
$EDITOR config.py
export FLASK_ENV=<development or production>
$ create your postgresql database like "ahrl"
flask db upgrade
flask seed
flask cron update_dxcc_from_cty
flask run
Don't forget to update default Config by getting to "Your user" (top right) then "Config"

Creating an user

If you have enabled registration in config, the first user registered will be ADMIN !

Or if you have disabled registration, use the flask createuser command to create an user.

Production running

TODO: venv, systemd services, waitress

Default config

Crontabs and cache actions

List of cron target availables. Makes sure to run them under the user which runs ahrl and virtualenv if you use it. Commands:

  • python ahrl.py cron update_qsos_countries # Update all QSOs if missing a Country/DXCC entry by using ClubLog
  • python ahrl.py cron # List all available crons
  • python ahrl.py cache # Same for cache actions

Crons explained

  • update_qsos_countries Update QSOs which have an empty country
  • sync_to_eqsl Push to eQSL marked QSO with 'Requested'
  • sync_from_eqsl Get from eQSL log to update QSOs eQSL state
  • update_dxcc_from_cty Update the database copy of this file
  • update_qsos_hamqth Update all QSOs with datas from HamQTH if needed

Crontabs example

# eQSL may cache the file to download so only fetch every four hours 
*/5 * * * * cd /where/is/ahrl ; python3 ahrl.py cron sync_to_eqsl
0 */4 * * * cd /where/is/ahrl ; python3 ahrl.py cron sync_from_eqsl

Licensing

  • MIT License

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Random notes (since I am currently no licensed and then I am SWL at the moment)

  • Your user have a CALLSIGN, LOCATOR and IARU Zone
  • Each logbook can have a different LOCATOR or CALLSIGN
  • I see that more like to have a different logbook if you do SAT / GHZ / Portable / Mobile etc.
  • Or if you want to have a log for your home base, from some DX remote site, etc.
  • So the IARU Zone isn't a choice for logbook, they use user profile anyway
  • Any things can be subject to discussion anyway, if something isn't really ok, no problem to see what to do

How we handle DateTimes and timezones

  • DateTimes are stored in database without timezone, so we manage to always save them in UTC:

    time_off = db.Column(db.DateTime(timezone=False), default=None) time_on = db.Column(db.DateTime(timezone=False), default=None, index=True)

  • User input DateTime are first converted to a timezone-aware DateTime of 'current_user.timezone' (using pytz)

  • Then are converted .astimezone() to UTC, still with pytz and stored in database

  • The reverse, DB -> View are either:

    • Using a function (utils: dt_utc_to_user_tz(dt, user=None)) or jinja2 helper (localize, mapped to dt_utc...) to display the correct DateTime with the user offset/timezone
    • Converted to a timezone-aware DateTime of 'UTC' using pytz
    • Then converted .astimezone() to current_user.timezone with pytz (like qsos:edit part)

Dates notes

  • When entering a QSO format is : DD-MM-YYYY HH:MM:SSSS (Two fields)
  • A Python DateTime is "YYYY MM DD HH:MM:SS" (approximately, order is ok)
  • In ADIF format is YYYYMMDD HHMMSS (Two fields)
  • When editing a QSO, the unique field is displayed as "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS"

Modes and Submodes

  • They are based on ADIF ones (http://adif.org/304/ADIF_304.htm#Mode_Enumeration)
  • 'mode' is like a category and 'submode' the real mode used (anyway...)
  • SSB is 'category' and in fact you use 'USB' or 'LSB'
  • So in some places the keyword 'mode' is used but in fact it's really 'submode' which is used

TODO

  • Radio/CAT edit, add you own rig and link them when QSOing

Licensing

  • MIT License
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