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phpWX

phpWX is a small PHP script that displays current weather conditions. It can display up-to-date weather information, active advisories, and more, based on a Zip Code. It can also display Windchill, HeatIndex, and improved condition vars. Visitors on your site can enter their zipcode for their own weather conditions, too.

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  •  31 May 2004 01:57

    Release Notes: Code cleanups and better advisory and warning handlers.

    •  01 Mar 2004 23:34

      Release Notes: New weather variables have been added. There are major code cleanups and improved variable handling.

      •  08 Aug 2003 02:31

        Release Notes: A fix for a misspelling, and general code cleanups.

        •  07 Aug 2003 06:09

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          10 Jan 2004 20:33 rsalles

          Re: Explicitely ignored

          > If you had read my above statement
          > *carefully*, you would have seen I was
          > not "complaining" - I asked two (valid)
          > questions. Additionally, where on earth
          > did you learn your arithmetic? You
          > posted your flame (not even) 3 months
          > ago, not 6 months ago. Today must be
          > "divide-by-two" day.
          > It's not my problem you can't get it to
          > work. Thousands of other folks seem to
          > have no problems with it. If you are
          > such a freaking PHP genius, fix it - but
          > instead you have to be an ass and post
          > an uncalled-for flame in haste of your
          > gross incompetence. Typical of a
          > frustrated wannabe hacker.
          >
          > Look, you could have simply "marked it
          > as ignored", instead, you posted a flame
          > for no reason (which you so kindly refer
          > to as "a negative remark") - only to be
          > an ass. I'd take you more seriously if
          > you contributed *anything* to the Open
          > Source community, but I can't find any
          > projects here, or otherwise, with you
          > listed as the author. Bottom line, you
          > are a troll in the Freshmeat community.
          > Save that kind of crap for Slashdot.
          > Next time, instead of complaining and
          > flaming, offer the project author
          > patches/diffs, etc. and make yourself
          > useful.
          >
          > And while you're at it, if you are going
          > to continue to *attempt* to write in
          > English please learn how to write
          > English properly. If you can't, don't
          > bother writing it at all.

          >
          > -Chip Cuccio


          My comment has 3 moths, not 6:
          Not even 3 months ago? Are you kidding? And 3 months later you came to Freshmeat to cry about my post?

          It's not your problem if it doesn't run:
          No? Who, so? Your dog? If you have nothing related to this
          project, why are you flaming me?

          I contributed *anything* for the OpenSource:
          Not? Really? How can you know?
          I am. Giving you feedback about your work. If you can not receive any criticism about your work, don't expose it: write to yourself, and keep it hiden.

          You're a troll in the Freshmeat comunity:
          Oh, you're so bad. (sniff, sniff).

          Instead of flaming me with your stupidity, you better take a look at your ass. Who gave you the rights to write in the name of the Slashdot and Freshmeat comunity?
          Don't like my comment? Read my leaps: ignore me. Don't make me waste my time and bandwith with any of your "comments" anymore, ok? You seems to be under 13 years old...
          Good look to your work, it's not usefull at all for me, but maybe it's a good one for another people.
          ps: Pay attention, beta testers, to the kind of remarks this folk had reserved to you.

          10 Jan 2004 18:48 chipster

          Re: Explicitely ignored
          If you had read my above statement *carefully*, you would have seen I was not "complaining" - I asked two (valid) questions. Additionally, where on earth did you learn your arithmetic? You posted your flame (not even) 3 months ago, not 6 months ago. Today must be "divide-by-two" day.


          It's not my problem you can't get it to work. Thousands of other folks seem to have no problems with it. If you are such a freaking PHP genius, fix it - but instead you have to be an ass and post an uncalled-for flame in haste of your gross incompetence. Typical of a frustrated wannabe hacker.


          Look, you could have simply "marked it as ignored", instead, you posted a flame for no reason (which you so kindly refer to as "a negative remark") - only to be an ass. I'd take you more seriously if you contributed *anything* to the Open Source community, but I can't find any projects here, or otherwise, with you listed as the author. Bottom line, you are a troll in the Freshmeat community. Save that kind of crap for Slashdot. Next time, instead of complaining and flaming, offer the project author patches/diffs, etc. and make yourself useful.


          And while you're at it, if you are going to continue to *attempt* to write in English please learn how to write English properly. If you can't, don't bother writing it at all.


          -Chip Cuccio

          10 Jan 2004 13:25 rsalles

          Re: Explicitely ignored

          >
          > % Explicitely ignored.
          >
          > May I ask why? Is there something with
          > the program you don't like?
          >
          >


          Don't take it personnaly, but you complain about my negative remark 6 months later?

          I had worked on the project's setup in a RedHat 9.0 linux server more or less two days to make it work. Even having a good experience with LAMP application's setup, i couldn't make it run.

          That's the reason why i explicitely marked it as ignored.

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