UPDATE: We’ve found a bug that prevents log loading in the new version. We’ve pulled down the links to the new version for now and will update when we have it fixed. Thanks to everyone that found and reported the issue to us. We’re working away at it right now.

We know it’s been a while since the last version of GridTracker. But the wait is now over. There’s been a few changes not only with what’s in GridTraker but also with how we’re developing, fixing, and packaging GridTracker, while maintaining the purpose and vision that Tag N0TTL started out with. He’s still around and throwing little bits at the project, peering over the shoulders of the development team and taking time to himself as needed. A rest he well deserves for his hard work the past three years.

This is the first official open source release of GridTracker. It contains a number of bug fixes and a handful of new features.

Stephen ‘Tag’ Loomis has graciously made GridTracker open source. That means we can all work together to make it better. ‘Tag’ has decided to spend more time focusing on other projects, but there is a new core team of developers who are working to keep things current and continue on his great work.

v1.21.0322 release notes

Be sure to check out the full release notes in the update tab under GridTracker settings, it’ll pop up automatically on first run after you update as well.

You can download the latest version on our downloads page.

If you have questions, suggestions, troubles, criticism or praise; drop by our Discord to chat with us. You can also add possible improvements or bug reports in our issue tracking system on GitLab. And we are still checking email on Groups.IO.

For the whole GridTracker development team, Sebastian W2ASD, Jon KF5QHQ , Christian WA4YA, Abby “ClassAbbyAmp”, Paul K6PST, Tag N0TTL, we hope you enjoy this our latest version of GridTracker: An Amateur Radio Companion.

— Matthew NR0Q