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Eric S. Raymond, hacker icon, open source scholar, and lead developer of GPSD (an open source program used to communicate with GPS devices) is in need of a weatherproof enclosure capable of holding at least eight GPSs at a time, such that they can be readily used for software testing. He’s made a blog post asking for help from any Philadelphia-area makers who might be interested in helping out.

If you’ve got a spiffy new 3D printer, this might be a good use for it. If you’re interested, leave a comment on his blog.

Max Eliaser

Max Eliaser is a student at Oregon State University. His hobbies include programming and scuba diving.


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  1. An alternative under consideration is a homebrew active GPS repeater, so the only part that has to go outside would be the head-end GPS antenna.

    Either path requires more hardware skills than I have, which is why I’m asking for help.

  2. Steve says:

    i have a vacuum former & tons of ABS….im sure we could mold some waterproof containers with it.

    I live right up in Bucks county (right outside of philly)

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