Weather wallpaper 0.2.0
Weather wallpaper is a program which connects to NOAA each hour to get the current weather at the specified location.
If you use Debian, Ubuntu, or another distro which uses deb packages, you can download the deb (weather-wallpaper-0.2.0.deb) and simply double-click on it to launch the installer, or you can add my repository to your sources.list file, so that your distro can inform you of new releases.
If you choose for the second method, open the file /etc/apt/sources.list with your favorite editor as root and add this line:
deb http://mundogeek.net/repo feisty all
Update the list of packages writing sudo aptitude update on the terminal, and install the application by writing sudo aptitude install weather-wallpaper.
If you use Archlinux, you can find the PKGBUILD at the ArchLinux User-community Repository.
If you use Gentoo, you can find the ebuild at Gentoo's Bugzilla.
If you use other distribution, download the tar.gz: weather-wallpaper-0.2.0.tar.gz, uncompress it, and execute the command make install with root privileges.
To start the program run Application->Accessories -> Weather wallpaper.
The program will retrieve the weather report from NOAA and create a wallpaper with the information for the default location: Getafe, Madrid, Spain. To change it to your current location, right click on the status icon and select preferences, where you can specify the ICAO Location Indicator for your city and select the unit system you want to use.
What's New in This Release:
· Added imperial units (Thanks to Og B. Maciel)
· Works on KDE
· Added a GUI to change preferences
· Can set a proxy (Thanks to Nijskens Raf and Frederic Descamps)
· Can move the info on the screen to the position wanted by the user
· Added option to update whenever the user wants
· Get the size of the screen using gtk (Thanks to Gergely Nagy)
· Changed fog icons