B - One of my stations has been offline for a year but is still listed

#1

R06AC is a station that went offline more than a year ago after being flooded. I realize the station list is generated from metadata and doesn’t take downtime into account, but it seems like there should be a procedure in place to remove defunct/depreciated station names from the database.

#2

Thus is a problem for me as well, I have been managing several rshake systems and trying them out in a variety of raspberry pi’s as a consequence I have more than 10mstations listed on my dashboard (I cannot scroll past the 10th tab so don’t know precisely how many). Only about 5 of these are currently online , it would be good for users to be able to delete stations in their control from the database via the dashboard

#3

Or, if deleting is not viable, some sort of “hide” function.

#4

we will be expanding this functionality to take ian up on his suggestion:

  1. list all end-user’s stations to the left of the map, like in “members” page
  2. provide a toggle for each station making it visible or hidden
  3. where hidden will not show up on any map across all portal pages
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#5

as for having so many shakes that the tabbed list under the map is unable to display all of them, this is a bug that will be fixed.

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