CGRAN wants your GNU Radio projects!

Just your friendly CGRAN update to the mailing list. I’ve seen a
slowdown
in projects posted to the CGRAN, yet not a slowdown in account signups.
So, I thought I’d just e-mail out a quick update.

The usual quick blurb (https://www.cgran.org/):
*The Comprehensive GNU Radio Archive Network (CGRAN) is a free open
source
repository for 3rd party GNU Radio applications that are not officially
supported by the GNU Radio project. CGRAN provides a subversion
repository
for users to develop or submit new applications, and wiki access for
full
project documentation. *
*
*
Recent projects:

Logitech27MHzTransceiverhttps://www.cgran.org/wiki/Logitech27MHzTransceiver

Transceiver for 27 MHz wireless keyboards from Logitech

*Note: * I’ve noticed a general move from SVN to git. I don’t have the
time to move CGRAN to git right now, but I am more than okay with
someone
hosting their code on github, and adding their project to the project
list,
linking to their github. Because ultimately, your code is available in
a
public location that people can fork from, etc. CGRAN can still provide
you the exposure to the GNU Radio community if you want it, just link to
your github.

  • George

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