Release Notes: Internal links in result pages have been improved, and now show the result magnitude of the variable star. Links to light curves have been adjusted to the new format of the AAVSO.
Release Notes: This version includes a Web-based application, named "Involuntary Amateur Sky Survey" (diaskys), which searches in a database for CCD images containing a given position on the sky, so that one can check for the presence and magnitude of a suspect object. It can also search for images on which an object following a given trajectory may have been caught. Support for generating a suitable database from a collection of fits files is also included.
Release Notes: The command to reduce all star images in a directory works again. Adjusted to a recent change in the AAVSO reporting format.
Release Notes: Navigation in web observation results and star monographies was improved. Feedback from Web users is now included on individual observations, and it is possible to make requests to AAVSO for relevant light curves and Web searches on a particular star. Monographies may now include links and comments from a database.
Release Notes: An internal database of previous observations and the status of their reporting were added to aavso with info extracted from fits file headers and the aavso "recent observations" page. Web pages are now generated for each variable star, with links to Web pages of individual observations.
Release Notes: A scheduler of variable star observations was added which selects lists of stars according to various criteria, optimizes telescope movements from star to star, and generates a script for the GCX telescope control program to obtain images of the stars in an automatic manner.
Release Notes: This release adds generation of an observation bulletin in the form of an HTML page. The bulletin contains details of the star-field image and of the reduction process. A link to it can be sent as a comment in the AAVSO observation report.
Release Notes: This release supports photometry in multiple bands. It extends the electronic charts to magnitude 18.5, and adds magnitudes in the J and F bands of the GSC-2 catalog and VT and BT bands from Tycho.
Release Notes: This release adds support for aavso chart revisions, controllable tolerance of the target star location, improved calibration of star field recognition, standalone source distribution, and over 200 new recipes. It has been tested with over 1,000 images.
Release Notes: This is a binary only pre-release, with source to follow soon.