Visualization of temporal data on a webpage using fancy graphics. Have a place to regularly update your status data and visualize it with a customizable logo and your data items wizzing around on the page.
Found a bug while updating Pamela on the gate at hsbxl. Here is a fix. :-)
|README||removal of unneeded files, fixes of some SQLite3 bugs, added README/doc|
Hackerspace Brussels/Whitespace Ghent presents _ _ _ _ __ _ __ ___ (_) ___ ___| |_ _ __ __ _ _ __ ___ ___| | __ _ | '_ \| '__/ _ \| |/ _ \/ __| __| | '_ \ / _` | '_ ` _ \ / _ \ |/ _` | | |_) | | | (_) | | __/ (__| |_ | |_) | (_| | | | | | | __/ | (_| | | .__/|_| \___// |\___|\___|\__| | .__/ \__,_|_| |_| |_|\___|_|\__,_| |_| |__/ |_| Imagine some very elaborate description on what this is, but I fail in finding the right words right now. It is a very cool way to visualize any kind of data, for example people being present in the same physical location. Currently it comes with an example scanner that scans the local network for mac addresses and displays them in a very nice 3d HTML 5 canvas thing. Enough with the words, look at the installation in hsbxl and whitespace: http://hackerspace.be/pam/ http://0x20.be/pam Installation ============ * Copy all the files in a directory that is hosted by a webserver, e.g. apache * Your webserver must naturally support php * The php-sqlite3 extension must be installed Configuration ============= * Edit the config.php to configure Pamela * Make sure the configuration of where the database will be is a writable directory, a database will be created there automatically using the name you specified. Scanner details =============== You can upload data to the webinterface by posting a comma separted list to the upload.php page. This is done using application/x-www-form-urlencoded format, with the key beying "data" and the value being a comma separated list of items. e.g. using wget: wget http://host/pamela/upload.php -O - --post-data data=comma,separated,list,of,items