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26 Sep 2020
No bulk downloads - PLEASE! THIS IS OVERLOADING OUR SERVER AND DENYING ACCESS TO COMMUNITY USERS
SVP - Pas de téléchargement en masse ! Cela surcharge le serveur et empêche la communauté d'utilisateurs d'accéder aux données
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WE WILL BLOCK IP'S THAT ARE BULK DOWNLOADING! Nous bloquerons les IPs des personnes qui agissent de la sorte.
PLEASE GO DIRECTLY TO THE GRIB PRODUCERS (NOAA, DWD...) FOR BULK DOWNLOADS. Allez chercher les données directement à la source (NOAA, DWD ...)
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QGIS integration 3 years 2 days ago #353

Hi all,
any plans for a QGIS integration, e.g. with a plugin allowing direct download of grib files?
I'm available for help if useful.
Thanks.

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QGIS integration 3 years 1 day ago #355

Hi,

Nothing planned for QGIS.

No objection to a download plugin as long as the use is directly by the end user in the client application without any bulk downloading to any intermediate server or the likes. There is a concern to maintain server responsiveness as resources are limited.

David

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QGIS integration 3 years 1 day ago #357

Thanks again Dave,
I see two options here:
* use xygrib from within QGIS (do you have an API we can use?)
* reimplement the direct download from within QGIS (do you have a lib we can reuse?
I'd be very grateful if you could point me out to the relevant piece of code in xygrib.

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QGIS integration 3 years 1 day ago #360

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Hello,
I suggest to continue the conversation about these very technical aspects on github.com/opengribs/XyGrib.
And maybe, you will be able to find what you are looking for. Filenames are most of the time rather explicit.
Bonne journée ou bonne soirée (vous pouvez choisir)
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Guten Morgen oder gute Nacht (Sie können wählen)

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QGIS integration 3 years 21 hours ago #361

Thanks again Dave,
I see two options here:
* use xygrib from within QGIS (do you have an API we can use?)
* reimplement the direct download from within QGIS (do you have a lib we can reuse?
I'd be very grateful if you could point me out to the relevant piece of code in xygrib.


As DomH suggested we are moving development discussions to github at github.com/opengribs/XyGrib/issues/180

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QGIS integration 3 years 9 hours ago #362

OK, thanks.

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