Showing logs for date: 2017-05-05
22:02:43 <Eric> dang
22:02:46 <Eric> missed it
22:25:56 <ynpvisitor81> Grand
22:44:25 <ynpvisitor81> Castle
22:46:39 <ynpvisitor81> OF
22:47:25 <Eric> ugg my stream is horrible tonight
22:47:38 <ynpvisitor81> Works great here
22:49:59 <Eric> seems better now
22:51:00 <Eric> Got a new server setup...going to play with restream video feed to youtube directly
22:51:12 <Eric> for easy quick review
22:51:29 <Eric> Couldn't get the stream stable enough previously
22:52:21 <ynpvisitor81> That would be a very nice feature!
22:54:03 <Eric> hopefully :-D
23:02:47 <ynpvisitor81> Daisy?
23:49:25 <Eric> looks like grotto steam
23:49:49 <Eric> also castle looks like major
23:57:44 <Eric> Testing restream on YouTube for DVR:
23:58:20 <Eric> Lets see if it stays stable through tomorrow night :-)
23:58:26 <Eric> Night All
00:20:36 <ynpvisitor81> OF
00:22:17 <ynpvisitor81> That looks like Riverside ie
03:39:54 <ynpvisitor999> Of 0539
03:44:42 <ynpvisitor999> bbl
04:28:11 <747> Grand 0624
04:44:01 <ynpvisitor999> back
04:47:11 <Dave from B> 18 eruptions in a row for Grand under 6:39 interval
04:47:34 <Dave from B> 4 of last 7 under 6 hours
04:47:58 <Dave from B> 3 2b in last 6
04:49:55 <ynpvisitor999> Oblong ie?
05:14:12 <747> OF
05:34:51 <Dave from B> Morning Kevin
05:40:03 <Kevin L™> Morning.
05:52:05 <Eric> Morning
05:52:19 <Dave from B> Morning Eric
05:54:06 <Kevin L™> Hi
05:54:06 <Eric> If anyone wants to review the last few hours of cam footage:
05:54:26 <Eric> I got my youtube restreaming working
05:55:44 <Eric> doing a 24 hour test and then will setup timecode on the video with a midnight to midnight cycle of footage for archiving
05:59:05 <Kevin L™> That will come in handy for my Aurum potty breaks.
06:38:12 <Jimbo Ds> Eric would be happy; Ds stands for Darmstadtium
06:38:44 <Jimbo Ds> The most stable isotope has a half-life of about 10 seconds
07:06:16 <ynpvisitor50> Daisy 0905
07:07:11 <Kevin L™> Pretty short interval.
07:20:18 <ynpvisitor75> The thermometer must be by a snow bank. Looks warmer then 49
07:21:47 <ynpvisitor75> I like to tour person walking away from all their tourists. But i have the flag, you must follow me.
07:59:23 <Eric> So not bad, youtube stream is only about 10-15 seconds lagged
08:00:08 <ynpvisitor20> It is lunch time someplace. Push the BH button
08:05:27 <ynpvisitor20> So is the secrete test page about ready to get posted as a choice?
08:08:30 <Eric> It actually might move to a totally new location, so I don't want to move it twice. Waiting on feedback.
08:08:54 <Eric> within the GT domain so it can tie in more with GT features.
08:22:15 <ynpvisitor41> 1021 lagged
08:39:03 <ynpvisitor...> Poor Jimbo ain't long for this world and in fact is probably already gone :(
08:40:20 <Casey> The youtube live stream looks good Eric
08:43:35 <Jimbo Ds> In the quantum world nothing is ever gone, it's just more uncertain
08:46:58 <ynpvisitor...> Are you sure about that?
08:47:01 <Casey> I take it back. "Live stream offline" on Youtube live now.
08:49:57 <Kevin L™> Casey broke it!
08:51:33 <Casey> Guilty
08:59:36 <Eric> Weird...the server seems to be still outputting it's blank audio track, but the video input stream is failing :-(
09:01:37 <Kevin L™> It is Bill Gates' fault!
09:08:07 <Eric> Nope...bill gates junk doesn't touch my computers :-P
09:08:32 <Eric> I am more of a Linus Torvald fan...
09:09:01 <ynpvisitor53> But he does touch YouTube.
09:14:03 <Casey> I didn't expect a Linus Torvald comment on a geyser gazing page. My work and leisure worlds just collided.
09:14:28 <Eric> He does? I seriously doubt ANY computers directly associated with youtube run windows.
09:15:35 <Eric> :-)
09:16:16 <Casey> I strongly suspect they use Git (another Torvald creation) for version-controlling too
09:16:38 <ynpvisitor53> How do you explain the crashes? That is Bill's specialty! Besides, it is fun to blame him!
09:17:17 <Eric> Google uses perforce like most large companies
09:17:46 <Eric> They do have lots of side/public git projects though.
09:19:08 <Eric> looks like the youtube stream got locked up somehow
09:19:41 <ynpvisitor101> I see steam at BH. PEr Dave look for it in the next 90
09:20:46 <Casey> Preforce at least exposes it's data as git repositories. I don't know if it literally running git or has a translation layer (but i assumed it was the former).
09:21:42 <Casey> Still Torvalds changed the world.
09:26:07 <Eric> Definitely changed the landscape of Operating Systems :-D
09:26:31 <Eric> I still use subversion for many of my small projects :-P
09:28:38 <ynpvisitor101> Apple changed the world. Computers, phones, MP3 players, personal device AKA the Ipad. No need for software if you do not have people buying the devices it runs on.
09:32:02 <Casey> I kind of agree with you and am actually a big user of Apple products 101. Apple (at some times more than others) has excelled at making technology accessible to the masses.
09:32:46 <Casey> To the masses that can afford it at least
09:33:40 <Eric> Lot's of people change the world every day :-) I had first generation iphone, but kinda lost interest after was revolutionary.
09:36:13 <ynpvisitor101> Not that you need an Iphone or Ipod. People are buying other products that do the same thing. Not sure on the smart phone history. Apple is the leader, other just follow and say they are leading.
09:38:03 <Casey> I understand that, Eric. Apple has led the way in some major paradigm shifts in their history, but they seem far less comfortable with the incremental updates after those paradigm shifts.
09:38:09 <Eric> Depends on how you look at it. Android OS by far has a broader reach, by millions of people more, than iOS and apple devices. However among select grounds, apple is definitely dominant.
09:38:22 <ynpvisitor53> Amazing thing is Apple started with 2 guys in a garage.
09:39:08 <Eric> Yep, steve and the woz were bright guys with good timing :-D
09:39:39 <Eric> and the right "moral" character.
09:39:41 <Casey> I don't own any Windows PCs (although I run virtual machines), but I'm actually really pleased with Microsoft right now. Nothing like a little competition to push everybody forward.
09:40:03 <Eric> Yep, my wife has a computer with windows 10...I don't dislike it.
09:40:33 <Eric> Just am not willing to pay the MS tax to use it :-P
09:41:15 <Eric> and there is no way I would get locked into the apple ecosystem...personally I think it is horrible. But I know lots like it.
09:42:28 <Eric> Saying that...they do have the best tablet on the market! I am amazed at how horrible all the android tablets are, even close to the same price point.
09:43:10 <ynpvisitor20> Apple is in my opinion way too over priced. I think you pay at least 50% of the price, if not more, for the brand name alone
09:43:45 <Eric> Yep...but for many time is money and the apple eco system reduces the hiccups you have in non-integrated systems.
09:44:03 <Casey> Steve Jobs always believed (my opinion) he knew what customers wanted better than the customers themselves. Other than a short time when Apple almost died without Jobs, that's really defined a lot of Apple's strategy.
09:44:41 <ynpvisitor53> Kind of like the old HP calculators. Great stuff at twice the price it should be.
09:45:12 <Eric> Ohh, those HP calculators were cheap for how much time they saved! Ask any engineering company.
09:45:47 <ynpvisitor101> Apple sells the computer OS for cheep. Works on non apple hardware.
09:45:51 <Casey> Bring back slide rules! (Even though I'm too young to know how to use one)
09:46:00 <ynpvisitor53> I loved them and still own one.
09:46:43 <ynpvisitor53> i have a few of those too. Liked the Pickett ES series.
09:47:00 <Eric> I generally recommend apples to people who want simple and don't want to waste time.
09:47:13 <Casey> Apple doesn't officially support the OS on other hardware. Drivers are a major issue. It breaks the user agreement if Apple wanted to enforce it.
09:47:23 <ynpvisitor53> And I do know how to use it!
09:48:10 <Eric> The youtube stream seems to be stable again...I changed some of the parameters:
09:48:18 <ynpvisitor999> uhmm... those slide rules look complicated by just seeing the pictures on wikipedia
09:48:38 <Casey> At the risk of starting a conspiracy theory discussion, we went to the moon using slide rules for calculations (ok... and the computer that filled a room in Houston).
09:48:49 <ynpvisitor101> My unsupported os works just fine thank you.
09:49:09 <ynpvisitor53> They are fun DG. Very good way to learn math
09:50:14 <Eric> If anyone misses an aurum, they can just go to the youtube link and rewind :-D
09:50:28 <ynpvisitor53> That was a Pickett 600M ES that went to the moon.
09:51:18 <Eric> If anyone is ever in the San Francisco area, I highly recommend a drive down to mountain view:
09:51:46 <Eric> Many slide rulers and other calculating devices :-D
09:52:11 <Eric> I have been there 3 times and love it!
09:52:24 <Casey> Nice ynpvisitor101. I'm glad you have compatible hardware. I've encountered some messes when people purchased hardware assuming it would work (although that was several years ago).
09:53:14 <ynpvisitor53> Do you remember the computers Remington made? (Yes, the gun maker!)
09:53:20 <ynpvisitor999> Grand should be within about 45 minutes according to recent intervals
09:53:31 <Casey> Remington made computers?
09:54:22 <ynpvisitor53> Yep. Did an ad about how much money it saved the IRS.
09:55:18 <Dave from B> Must be time for a small Grand prediction window....Grand 1215-1245
09:55:43 <Jake> is there a way to see a Mountain Time timestamp on the youtube replay?
09:56:04 <ynpvisitor50> Lion ini
09:56:11 <Casey> Looks like Lion is starting
09:56:53 <Jake> or do i have to guesstimate based on the minutes behind reality in the time bar?
09:57:34 <Jake> I have seen back in time to confirm that Lion started erupting
09:58:23 <Eric> use the force jake
09:59:01 <Eric> YouTube feed is about 12 seconds behind this one
09:59:03 <Casey> I felt stupid when I realized I was 7 seconds later than ynpvisitor50 and still wasn't confident enough to not hedge my bets. Let's assume my feed is lagging.
09:59:42 <ynpvisitor12> where is the link to watch the you tube video?
10:00:02 <Casey>
10:00:04 <Eric>
10:00:15 <Casey> First!
10:00:18 <Eric> You can rewind and catch all of Lion :-D
10:00:43 <ynpvisitor12> thanks. Is it going to be put on this page you created Eric?
10:00:47 <ynpvisitor999> next Lion should be at 1315 +- 10m
10:00:59 <ynpvisitor999> if the series continues
10:01:19 <Eric> No 12, but once I get it stable and timestamped, I will add a link here.
10:01:32 <Eric> right now I am just testing it.
10:02:15 <Jake> it obviously works. put it into production! go go go! (the problem with demo-ing tech too early)
10:02:31 <Eric> Will I not get paid?
10:02:44 <Eric> boooo
10:03:02 <Jake> the first lesson of Silicon Basin is to think of the user experience first
10:03:05 <Jake> money comes later
10:03:20 <Eric> SB?
10:03:24 <ynpvisitor999> Silicon Basin? Not Silicon Valley?
10:03:34 <Eric> does money erupt from butts there?
10:03:34 <Jake> or is this Silicate Valley?
10:03:58 <Jake> trying to come up with a moniker for the geyser tech world
10:04:00 <Eric> that shouldn't have been a question :-P
10:04:14 <Casey> Ok. Who volunteers to update every (visible) eruption with accurate duration data now that we can rewind the video?
10:04:27 <Eric> Thank You Casey
10:04:42 <Casey> Silica Valley?
10:05:25 <ynpvisitor999> if the webcam feed will be timestamped and I have time, sure
10:05:34 <Casey> If I send in invoices will I get backpay when we become profitable?
10:05:49 <Kevin L™> Getting Turban times now.
10:06:25 <Jake> is it getting drafty in here? lots of prediction windows open
10:06:27 <Dave from B> So nice of you to volunteer, Casey
10:07:41 <Jake> OF
10:07:42 <ynpvisitor50> OF
10:08:37 <Casey> <1m outside the NPS prediction window. I guess we can give them the benefit of the doubt since they don't report second
10:09:02 <Casey> *seconds
10:10:04 <Dave from B> Grand will erupt on next Turban
10:10:07 <ynpvisitor999> OF long
10:11:04 <Jake> the way times have traditionally been reported, rounded down to the nearest minute, +/- 10 minutes is really a 21 minute wide window
10:11:04 <ynpvisitor999> and ho I know that? Sometimes, after about 2m into the eruption, water quickly drops and then rebounds
10:12:04 <Jake> 20m59s window
10:13:47 <Jake> a valuable 5% artificial increase in window length for OF for the aspiring predictor. That extra minute isn't so valuable for Grand
10:14:33 <Casey> Jake, does GT's calculations learn from recent interval trends (such as Grand's long run of short intervals) or does the logic need to be manually changed?
10:16:03 <Jake> manually
10:16:43 <Jake> auto-adjust would be cool
10:16:53 <ynpvisitor999> so it doesn't make a prediction based on the mean/median?
10:18:20 <Jake> if the human set the prediction window based on the mean/median, then yes
10:18:31 <Jake> GT is still using the prediction window set last season right now
10:19:26 <Casey> Grand would probably be a good one to start with. It's pretty clear when you have a double or triple interval to deal with. It would be much harder to automate that with Castle, accommodating for minors and the interval after the first major.
10:19:41 <Jake> I would like to make it more sophisticated, especially for these stretches where 80%-90% of Grand eruptions are happening within a 1.5hr window
10:20:48 <Casey> I've thought about that as well. Have a way of indicating peak probability times even within the prediction window.
10:20:52 <Jake> I agree Casey that Grand is a good candidate
10:23:03 <Jake> right, not all time spent waiting at Grand is equal, especially when it's front-loading the interval distribution
10:23:12 <Jake> Daisy
10:23:42 <ynpvisitor999> I think you can predict the next Castle after a minor if you have the duration of a minor. According to the Geysers of Yellowstone 1 eruption minute during a minor is roughly one hour's worth of 'rest'
10:23:48 <Casey> It's amazing how many levels of nerdiness are represented on this site: geology, physics, chemistry, statistics, computer science... trains
10:24:26 <ynpvisitor999> BHCCI note @ 1218: Bubbling ie
10:25:36 <Kevin L™> Don't forget biology!
10:26:14 <Jake> I think that Castle minor formula still generally holds true
10:26:22 <Casey> Zoology (although I'm not convinced there are that many "doggies" in the park)
10:26:29 <Jake> not enough good data on minor durations there
10:26:46 <Eric> nice bubbles on spas
10:28:27 <Casey> I know the NPS target is 95% accuracy with their prediction windows. Is that the goal for GT as well
10:28:57 <Kevin L™> I know there were a bunch last time I left the park. Took forever to get out!
10:29:29 <ynpvisitor999> quite some people heading to Beehive
10:29:51 <Kevin L™> I liked the sign in they had in the VC: "We just predict the geysers, We don't schedule them.".
10:30:03 <Jake> with GT, I'm aiming for 90%
10:30:27 <ynpvisitor999> no Grand yet. Hopefully next Turban
10:31:01 <Jake> I see Turban got posted. I never saw a puff of steam there. Must be a dry day
10:31:10 <ynpvisitor999> 69 degrees
10:32:02 <Kevin L™> Toasty day for the park this time of year.
10:48:38 <ynpvisitor999> Grand
10:48:54 <ynpvisitor50> Grabd
10:49:08 <ynpvisitor50> :P Grand
10:49:11 <Kevin L™> Nice start
10:49:50 <Dave from B> Window too small again
10:50:46 <Eric> rewind
10:52:36 <Eric> Nice...went back and caught start :-D
10:58:51 <ynpvisitor999> nice bursts a few seconds ago
11:01:03 <Casey> G1Q
11:01:12 <ynpvisitor999> 11m18s
11:14:12 <ynpvisitor999> LC
11:20:15 <ynpvisitor999> Lion
11:22:19 <ynpvisitor999> next Lion, if series continues, 1420 +- 10 minutes
11:37:29 <Kevin L™> Just hit 100° today.
11:39:06 <Kevin L™> Riverside
11:40:10 <Jake> I must be lagged. Are you sure it's not just a snow field?
11:40:55 <ynpvisitor999> Riverside on a 11h22m interval seems a bit unlikely
11:40:57 <Kevin L™> It may be. Either that or the steam is frozen.
11:41:20 <ynpvisitor999> but doesn't mean it's impossible
11:43:01 <Casey> I like the frozen steam theory
11:48:25 <Casey> OF
11:49:06 <Casey> Looks like a tall one
11:49:23 <Kevin L™> Good water
11:52:43 <Jake> ding
11:52:43 <Jake> ding
11:52:44 <Jake> ding
11:52:54 <Jake> B
11:52:54 <Jake> H
11:52:56 <Jake> I
11:52:59 <Casey> Good catch Jake
11:53:22 <ynpvisitor999> very nice of Beehive to wait till OF is done
11:53:24 <Jimbo Ds> Thanks
11:53:40 <ynpvisitor75> Well that will the rest of my day easier.
11:53:59 <Kevin L™> I can do txt
11:54:25 <ynpvisitor75> Is that LC water?
11:54:42 <Jake> txt received
11:54:51 <Jake> I think that's an LC cone nubbin
11:55:20 <Jake> or does look weird
11:55:23 <Kevin L™> Is that a ranger tour?
11:56:08 <ynpvisitor999> all those people walking away from OF... they're missing a show
11:57:09 <Kevin L™> I guess it isn't
11:58:46 <Kevin L™> Hurry dear I want to get lunch.
11:58:57 <Dave from B> nice
11:59:34 <ynpvisitor75> There was a bus tour earlier.
11:59:53 <ynpvisitor75> The leader had a flag, and was walking fast.
12:00:43 <Kevin L™> Even the splashing des not get their attention.
12:01:35 <Jake> I saw one person stop and point
12:01:46 <ynpvisitor75> They must be on the see everything in Yellowstone in a day tour
12:02:18 <Kevin L™> We need to get back to the benches for OF!
12:02:52 <Jake> it looks like an Asian tour. The bus can and will leave people behind if they're not back in time.
12:02:57 <Kevin L™> That one showed some interest.
12:03:26 <ynpvisitor999> finally a group has stopped
12:04:02 <Jake> oh, Bob just told them what's going on
12:04:05 <ynpvisitor999> Boom!
12:04:06 <Kevin L™> Someone in a parka to clue them in.
12:04:13 <ynpvisitor75> weee
12:05:29 <Jimbo Ds> It's great when the water is so visible
12:05:44 <Jake> straight up. OF looked massive too earlier
12:05:47 <Jimbo Ds> Bird attack!
12:07:28 <ynpvisitor999> gotta love the Beehive showers
12:10:41 <ynpvisitor66> Just missed it. I should change to 666 :(
12:10:54 <ynpvisitor603> No text :(
12:11:20 <ynpvisitor999> a text was sent, though
12:11:34 <ynpvisitor75> Well enjoy people watching
12:11:52 <Kevin L™> I sent one and got it.
12:11:59 <ynpvisitor603> Luckily I can re-live it
12:12:00 <ynpvisitor603>
12:12:22 <ynpvisitor...> I RECEIVED IT BUT WAS "OUT OF POCKET." :)
12:12:36 <ynpvisitor603> Think it's just me, checked with others :(
12:12:42 <ynpvisitor...> Sorry. Cap lock.
12:12:44 <ynpvisitor603> and they all got it
12:13:07 <ynpvisitor603> Thankfully Eric's live stream was running
12:13:12 <Jake> I missed the double text yesterday, but it was something with my phone because I missed other texts too
12:19:57 <747> I missed it live but thanks to *Eric's* stream I got to see it, Eris is a technical God
12:20:07 <ynpvisitor603> Rebooted my phone still no luck, strange
12:20:39 <Kevin L™> That extra fee on your bill is for data storage.
12:20:47 <747> Eris = ERIC
12:24:25 <ynpvisitor...> Replay a good thing. I have got to get me a stick with a flag on it
12:35:56 <ynpvisitor603> Lion
12:36:10 <ynpvisitor999> about time
12:36:59 <ynpvisitor999> next Lion, if series continues, 1435 +- 10 minutes
12:38:19 <ynpvisitor999> 1535 +- 10 minutes*
12:38:33 <ynpvisitor603> Things I've overhear tour guides say:
12:38:52 <ynpvisitor603> Did you know Lion is named so because it looks like a pride of lions sleeping on the hill?
12:41:08 <Jake> sounds good to me
12:41:22 <ynpvisitor999> Isn't Lion likely named so because of the 'roar' that can be heard during an eruption and/or after a series?
12:41:53 <Jake> Washburn & Hayden had just gotten back from their vacation in Africa
12:42:31 <ynpvisitor603> Nope, the loud roar it makes has nothing to do with the name, trust me a tour guide said so
12:43:15 <ynpvisitor603> Did you know that Old Faithful used to erupt every hour on the hour?
12:43:48 <Casey> I've heard self-guided tour guides say that one
12:44:21 <ynpvisitor999> not always exactly on the hour, but it erupted more frequent than any other geysers they've seen thusfar when they named Old Faithful
12:44:27 <Jake> or, the stickers:
12:45:24 <ynpvisitor69> Former tour guide Scott Bryan says the name came from the sound. It's in his book.
12:46:08 <Casey> ynpvisitor999, this was prefaced by "(t)hings I've overhear tour guides say:". I suspect 603 is being sarcastic.
12:46:30 <ynpvisitor603> 69, I'm being super sarcastic
12:46:52 <ynpvisitor999> I know, but sometimes I don't really get sarcasm... Probably a bad thing
12:47:26 <Casey> It's hard in a text-based medium. I was a little uncertain until the OF comment.
12:47:44 <Jake> Daisy
12:47:45 <ynpvisitor999> daisy
12:48:14 <Casey> As much as we tend to pick on it, Old Faithful has proven to deserve the name.
12:48:46 <Jake> Daisy Geyser got its name from the mysterious carved wooden chains that were found around its vent
12:49:22 <ynpvisitor603> I like when the wild life tour guides show up with a van full of people and then one spotting scope that looks like this
12:49:23 <ynpvisitor603>
12:50:11 <Jake> Castle Geyser was named for Sir Reginald Castle, a local dignitary from Virginia City
12:50:18 <ynpvisitor603> I heard the Lion comment last year and was like should I say something cause that is so wrong....
12:51:39 <Casey> Sir Reginald Castle? I buy it.
12:52:02 <ynpvisitor603> My winter reading has been Lee Whittlesey's Yellowstone Place Names. Pretty fun read
12:52:04 <ynpvisitor603>
12:53:20 <ynpvisitor69> White Dome was named for Reginald Castle's bald head.
12:53:23 <ynpvisitor603> Apparently there's an unabridged version as well
12:53:29 <Casey>
12:54:06 <Casey> I don't have it, but it's been on my list of future purchase.
12:54:22 <Jake> yikes! let's stop with the nomenclature before we get to Pink Cone
12:54:29 <Eric> 603 I bring this with me to spot wildlife:
12:55:05 <Kevin L™> My favorite tour quote is "Some people think BH is connected to OF since it usually goes before, during, or after OF".
12:55:14 <Eric> Link fail:
12:55:57 <Casey> You know it's reliable when they cite "some people".
12:55:59 <ynpvisitor603> Looks like the setup some of the "professional" photographers use
12:56:41 <ynpvisitor603> I think half of them are just in the park as a tax write off, like how much of a demand is there for pictures of wildlife?
12:58:41 <Eric> I missed BH, but I can go back and create highlights too:
12:59:05 <Eric> I think it is still processing, but todays BH will be at that link
13:00:32 <ynpvisitor999> It's currently available in 360p
13:00:54 <Eric> Ya, I think they crank out versions as they can
13:01:22 <Eric> up to 480p now :-P
13:03:18 <ynpvisitor999> and you have your first subscriber, too :)
13:04:59 <Eric> haha...nice. It is my get rich super slow scheme
13:05:34 <ynpvisitor999> the only thing is, is that I use adblockers...
13:06:38 <Eric> are there ads on the page?
13:06:57 <Eric> I have no idea...I just setup the account last night at midnight to get the stream going :-P
13:07:28 <ynpvisitor999> usually there are ads in the siderail between the videos and sometimes before and during the videos
13:08:22 <Eric> ahhh...I don't use youtube much, but their free service to DVR our webcam I am going to take them up on.
13:09:44 <ynpvisitor603> Eric you know about the existing archives GOSA does (4x and 40x)?
13:10:13 <ynpvisitor603> I like the live one since you can pause, rewind and don't need to wait for the GOSA archives
13:10:35 <ynpvisitor603>
13:11:49 <ynpvisitor999> the livestream does need a time stamp before it can be used properly
13:13:36 <Jake> bye all. have a good weekend
13:13:43 <ynpvisitor999> bye Jake
13:15:50 <Eric> cya jake
13:16:00 <Eric> Yep, I have the GOSA youtube channel linked on the right
13:16:19 <Eric> Under Helpful and Important links
13:22:42 <ynpvisitor999> OF ie
13:29:18 <ynpvisitor999> SC ie, think I saw some water too
13:29:34 <Eric> yep
13:29:54 <Eric> haha...I knew Will had arrived in basin...white time in GT :-P
13:44:49 <Kevin L™> Odd that we haven't had an Aurum today.
13:45:09 <ynpvisitor999> Summer mode I guess
13:48:44 <Kevin L™> Had 4 of them on the 3rd, 2 yesterday.
13:52:36 <ynpvisitor999> Castle
13:53:16 <ynpvisitor999> Riverside 1552 ie
13:57:38 <ynpvisitor999> couple of good bursts in this Castle eruption
14:05:17 <ynpvisitor999> Turban 1604 ie?
14:05:35 <ynpvisitor999> 3 hours after Grand?
14:09:20 <ynpvisitor999> Castle major
14:13:25 <ynpvisitor999> I call it a day for today, bye everyone
14:14:37 <Eric> Bye DG
14:15:32 <Eric> Nice castle
14:27:32 <Eric> killing the youtube feed for a few
14:33:01 <Betty> Hi all. What did I miss?
14:39:52 <Betty> I guess everything. Need sleep, so I leave again. Have a great evening :-)
14:40:28 <ynpvisitor27> You can replay BH.
14:41:08 <Kevin iPad> It is worth it
14:42:27 <Kevin iPad> Oops. Looks like Eric is working on it.
14:44:14 <Eric> its up
14:45:33 <Eric> Even has the timestamp in the corner...working on making it more readable.
15:34:35 <Eric> daisy
16:05:23 <Eric> ok...links to the right now has the youtube feed link with DVR capabilities
16:39:25 <ynpvisitor5> Interesting that Clepsydra was on/off a bunch today
16:41:14 <ynpvisitor23> Coming to a Grand window now.
16:42:04 <ynpvisitor100> I was thinking the same thing. Maybe Morning will start to go regular or something else good.
16:42:30 <ynpvisitor100> Is Betty on Vacation? Missed her today.
16:42:34 <ynpvisitor5> That would be interesting, was never lucky enough to catch a trifecta
16:42:46 <ynpvisitor5> At least saw Morning though
16:43:05 <ynpvisitor23> Betty was only on for a few minutes.
17:04:28 <ynpvisitor23> Grand
18:48:45 <ynpvisitor113> Depression