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 Don, it occurred to me that it might be worth checking out the NoCatAuth SQL schema (etc/nocat.schema in the tarball), they had originally planned for it to be more then just the auth server. -- Adam.  Don, it occurred to me that it might be worth checking out the NoCatAuth SQL schema (etc/nocat.schema in the tarball), they had originally planned for it to be more then just the auth server. -- Adam. I looked it over. added bandwidth and date to Node. Created Network. -- DonPark
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  * String username (Key)   * varchar GUID (32,Key)
  * date created
  * date modified
  * String username
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  * Type URL, homepage
  * Type URL, faceimage
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  * varchar notes (5k)
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  * String id (Key)
  * Type: GPS, gps_loc
  * Type:
Antenna, antenna_type
  * Type: Direction antenna_pointing_direction
  * varchar GUID (32,Key)
  * date created
  * date modified
  * varchar name (128
)
  * Type Antenna, antenna_type
  * Type Direction antenna_pointing_direction
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  * Type: Address, Antenna
  * Type: Affiliated group [n]
  * Type: User, Owner [n]
  * Type: User, Maintainer [n]
  * int kbits_second
  * Type Address, antenna_address
  * Type GPS, antenna_gps
  * Type Affiliated group [n]
  * Type User, Owner [n]
  * Type User, Administrator [n]
  * varchar notes (5k)
  * Type URL, description
  * Type URL, login_help
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 * Network
  * GUID varchar(32,Key)
  * date created
  * date modified
  * name varchar(128)

DonPark and AdamShand are thinking about ways to create a SQL (or maybe LDAP or XML or something) schema which a community wireless group can use as a universal data collection point. We're trying to catalog everything we can think of that we're going to want to store in it (yes we know we're doomed to failure :-).

  • Don, it occurred to me that it might be worth checking out the NoCatAuth SQL schema (etc/nocat.schema in the tarball), they had originally planned for it to be more then just the auth server. -- Adam. I looked it over. added bandwidth and date to Node. Created Network. -- DonPark

Databases

  • User
    • varchar GUID (32,Key)
    • date created
    • date modified
    • String username
    • String first_name
    • String last_name
    • String wireless_community_id (off the back of your wifi id card :)

    • Type ICQ, icq_id
    • Type Jabber, jabber_id
    • Type URL, homepage
    • Type URL, faceimage
    • Type Address, mailing
    • Type Login, last_login
    • varchar notes (5k)
  • Node
    • varchar GUID (32,Key)
    • date created
    • date modified
    • varchar name (128)
    • Type Antenna, antenna_type
    • Type Direction antenna_pointing_direction
    • int power_output
    • int kbits_second
    • Type Address, antenna_address
    • Type GPS, antenna_gps
    • Type Affiliated group [n]
    • Type User, Owner [n]
    • Type User, Administrator [n]
    • varchar notes (5k)
    • Type URL, description
    • Type URL, login_help
  • GPS Loc
    • float lat
    • float long
    • float altitude
  • Network
    • GUID varchar(32,Key)
    • date created
    • date modified
    • name varchar(128)

System for getting at the data

  • XML-RPC interface
  • xmlrpc.personaltelco.net:3322
  • inserts
  • updates
  • queries
    • Q: <nodequery sql="select * where name=\"PCHS\" " />

    • A: <node> <name>PCHS</name> </node> ...

Implementation

  • PHP page talking to a MySQL server


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