Peter Goodhall (2M0SQL)

is creating an open source amateur radio logging application called Cloudlog

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patrons
Hi, I'm Peter Goodhall, a licenced radio amateur with the callsign 2M0SQL and web developer who is based in Elgin in the North East of Scotland, you perhaps know me through varies projects that I've been involved in within the amateur radio community.

I run a range of websites including DXCluster.co.ukWhatsMyLocator and my own blog which I use to help share content about amateur radio from working through satellites to contesting.

I have recently been building a general-purpose amateur radio logging application called Cloudlog which is developed using PHP and can work on most shared hosting platforms. Cloudlog is designed to work inside a web browser on any device and has supporting desktop applications for interfacing with rig control and also SatPC32 if you operate via satellites.

I also developed Pass Recorder which integrates with SatPC32 to automatically record satellite passes using your soundcard.

I also have two android mobile apps one for calculating lengths for antennas and another called WAB Finder that allows you to find you're Worked all Britain square.

I have decided to create a Patreon page to help me have more time to spend developing these tools, pledged donators will get access to a range of content depending on the pledge amounts.
Tiers
The Supporter
$1 or more per month

Every dollar adds up and nothing's too small. You will get weekly updates via Patreon on what I'm doing.

The Listener
$5 or more per month

Your name/callsign on my software products page, Early access to blog posts, a personal thank you email with regular updates via Patreon.

The Operator
$10 or more per month

Your name/callsign on my software products page, Early access to blog posts, a personal thank you email with regular updates via Patreon. 

The DXer
$50 or more per month

The top tier, always supporting the cutting edge, you get all the benefits of the other tiers plus a hosted instance of Cloudlog for you to use for your day to day logging needs.

Goals
20% complete
Dedicate a whole work day to creating amateur radio tools & content
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Hi, I'm Peter Goodhall, a licenced radio amateur with the callsign 2M0SQL and web developer who is based in Elgin in the North East of Scotland, you perhaps know me through varies projects that I've been involved in within the amateur radio community.

I run a range of websites including DXCluster.co.ukWhatsMyLocator and my own blog which I use to help share content about amateur radio from working through satellites to contesting.

I have recently been building a general-purpose amateur radio logging application called Cloudlog which is developed using PHP and can work on most shared hosting platforms. Cloudlog is designed to work inside a web browser on any device and has supporting desktop applications for interfacing with rig control and also SatPC32 if you operate via satellites.

I also developed Pass Recorder which integrates with SatPC32 to automatically record satellite passes using your soundcard.

I also have two android mobile apps one for calculating lengths for antennas and another called WAB Finder that allows you to find you're Worked all Britain square.

I have decided to create a Patreon page to help me have more time to spend developing these tools, pledged donators will get access to a range of content depending on the pledge amounts.

Recent posts by Peter Goodhall (2M0SQL)

Tiers
The Supporter
$1 or more per month

Every dollar adds up and nothing's too small. You will get weekly updates via Patreon on what I'm doing.

The Listener
$5 or more per month

Your name/callsign on my software products page, Early access to blog posts, a personal thank you email with regular updates via Patreon.

The Operator
$10 or more per month

Your name/callsign on my software products page, Early access to blog posts, a personal thank you email with regular updates via Patreon. 

The DXer
$50 or more per month

The top tier, always supporting the cutting edge, you get all the benefits of the other tiers plus a hosted instance of Cloudlog for you to use for your day to day logging needs.