I’ve been spending a bit more time on the repeater database. It’s evolved from a simple html table with data from various sources, to a full-blown database-driven system that supports user editing and has more features than you can shake a stick at lexapro anxiety. You might ask, “Are all these features necessary?” and the answer is no. I didn’t do this to try and compete with some ham radio repeater websites. I just did it to learn about databases, and to have some fun, while getting a useful list of repeaters in the area. The database now has a google map for every repeater, as well as websites, and other information in every entry. It’s probably overkill, but like I said, it was a learning experience.
Edit (2015): I’ve decided to stop maintaining a repeater database of my own because there are now several good worldwide databases available with a large user base. The end result is a broad and high quality repeater database and it is available worldwide online.