The probably coolest feature is the fact, the tracked animals are known by name and the fact…
…you can drill down into the travel activity (let’s ignore the GDPR for a moment) of each animal as well, keep a favourite list and so on.
Unfortunately, it looks like the data is not publicly available. I just think about some ideas of how to process the data and predict movements and so on using some nice algorithms. If you want to access the data, you need explicit permission to do so.
Ever wondered how to build a space ship? You should listen to the following talk from the CCC “Gulaschprogrammiernacht 16” (sorry, German only). These are almost 90 minutes of an insane level of detail knowledge.
Unfortunately, during the last few weeks, I did not find a lot of time to update the blog. My backlog of interesting posts is increasingly growing, but I did not find the time to write them down. I also spend a ridiculous amount of time to browse through potential WordPress themes to find a suitable theme for a blog.
Most themes provide an insane overload of visuals – which does not come in handy when dealing with code snippets, screenshots and so on.
I also did not want to customize the theme as I did for our podcast site, where I had to write several hundred lines of CSS code to get the theme properly working with the content.
Eventually, I found a theme that provides a suitable set of features without a graphical overload with a clean layout, which is called Melos Minimal which is worth a try.