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PostgSail
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PostgSail announcement!

After a few long months of work, I’m happy to share the first version of PostgSail.
No extra dependencies with offline mode. It leverages an REST API to send data. The main goal is to be simple and move away from influxDB. All the heavy lifting is done by the postgresql instance. It is a mix of saillogger and influxdb.
An effortless cloud based or hosted solution for storing and sharing your SignalK data. Allow you to effortlessly log your sails and monitor your boat with historical data.

It is all about SQL, object-relational, time-series, spatial databases with a bit of python.

Simply use Grafana or a webapp to monitor your vessels as you would with an InfluxDB.
Logbook like human entered data, from where to where etc as well as technical data: distance travelled, avg speed and wind speed, fuel used.

https://github.com/xbgmsharp/postgsail

https://signalk-dev.slack.com/archives/C02ENM6QJ/p1648629463609999
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(2022-09-21, 10:11 AM)xbgmsharp Wrote: PostgSail announcement!

After a few long months of work, I’m happy to share the first version of PostgSail.
No extra dependencies with offline mode. It leverages an REST API to send data. The main goal is to be simple and move away from influxDB. All the heavy lifting is done by the postgresql instance. It is a mix of saillogger and influxdb.
An effortless cloud based or hosted solution for storing and sharing your SignalK data. Allow you to effortlessly log your sails and monitor your boat with historical data.

It is all about SQL, object-relational, time-series, spatial databases with a bit of python.

Simply use Grafana or a webapp to monitor your vessels as you would with an InfluxDB.
Logbook like human entered data, from where to where etc as well as technical data: distance travelled, avg speed and wind speed, fuel used.

https://github.com/xbgmsharp/postgsail

https://signalk-dev.slack.com/archives/C02ENM6QJ/p1648629463609999

This project has nothing to do with OpenPlotter, why do you use the openplotter.cloud domain? Huh
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