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Old 12-20-2012, 02:03 PM   #78
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Originally Posted by jimmy.caille View Post
So the only thing to adapt is the size of the screen and images emplacements inside weather.py ?
That should be all that's needed.

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For the Gnome Shell weather extension (a statusbar "gadget" displaying conditions and forecasts), we get our data from Yahoo Weather.

They have a pretty good free API and sensible policies (each user isn't forced to obtain their own separate API key, like with weather.com and some others), they actually supply a lot of nice detail for the current conditions (humidity, pressure, wind conditions, sunrise/sunset times, lunar phase IIRC), and it's available worldwide with reportedly pretty good accuracy.

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Thanks for the suggestion. Now that you've mentioned it, a two-day forecast with more information besides just high/low and conditions might be quite nice.
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