No, it’s under my username, jmaurin. And I’m totally disapointed with FlightAware
After this topic, David (from FlightAware) contacted me and told me that they are not sending FlightFeeder to Brazil, even if mine was already approved. Currently, I’m running Piaware with my raspberry and my home-made antenna with RG-58 cable (not even RG***C***-58!) and ethernet port of my raspberry has died in the begining of this year. That’s why I applied for Flightaware…I have a good spot to get signal but I don’t have equipaments. I found that there is some users near me with FlighFeeder, but most of then are 80~90% of time offline. I’m using an wifi dongle on my raspberry, but it’s crashing daily and I need do manually restart EVERY DAY.
After this contact from David, we have agreed that they would send me an Raspberry Pi 3 + ProStick + Filter + Dongle (no FlightFeeder and no Antenna). This would solve my problem and I would stay helping FlightAware. They told me that they would provide shipping of this ‘kit’ in the same week, but after 2 contacts (after 1 week and 12 days), I got no more replys and no info about my request. And when I login into FlightAware, I can see my FlightFeeder request approved and waiting for shipping, the same status from february, when I applied for FF.
The thing is that I can’t maintain my current setup and FlightAware doesn’t have any interest in my help. Probabily my ‘data’ is nothing compared to FlightAware network, I’m aware of that. That’s sad, because I really liked to help and feed my data into flightaware to help coverage even more. I’m shutting down my site because I can’t maintain my current setup anymore (needing to restart everyday) and who lives here in Brazil knows how hard and expensive is to buy a single Raspberry pi …not to mention antennas and GOOD cables.
To finish, I would like to say that my disapointment is NOT with David, who was very polite and respectfull, but with FlightAware.