I'm relatively new to linux but a good weather application was one of
my first priorities. I run KDE and found kwether to be a bit lacking;
after some searching I discovered Liquidweather++
(http://liquidweat...) which is a superkaramba theme so your
mileage may vary, but it's properly full featured. For a superkaramba
theme it is easy to configure and you can dress it up however you
Also, xfce has a really nice weather panel app.
On 2/2/08, Matthew Jording <[address removed]> wrote:
> Happy Groundhog Day everyone.
> As Staten Island Chuck perdicts an early Spring, against the elder opinion
> of Punxsutawney Phil, your minds might be on the upcoming weather forecast.
> You may not know that there are several free weather applications and
> services available to Linux users.
> I use the standard Weather Report gnome panel app.
> Myth users should be familiar with mythweather.
> KDE devotees use the kweather applet
> Linux users who are serious about weather (ie pilots) may use the various
> apis and applications available to download metar reports.
> Or the far more user friendly Gempak
> I've just tested out weatherbug for ubuntu gutsy
> A good weather info client can save you the expense of a quality weather
> station purchased at a Sharper Image/SkyMall/Brookstone
> post more if you use or know of good weather software
> Hope everyone has a good weekend.
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