Life, Technology, and Meteorology

Upcoming Seasonality Release and Survey

The release of Seasonality 1.2 is coming up pretty quick. I’m taking care of the last changes and it should be ready to go sometime next week. This version has a ton of bug fixes and a couple of new features as well. The biggest change is localization support, and I’m happy to announce that Seasonality 1.2 will be released with a French language translation. A lot of time from both a programming perspective and a language translating perspective (thanks Ronald and Philippe!) went into this effort, and I’m pretty happy with the results. Look for other translations to be included in future versions. If you are interested in doing a translation, get in touch with me.

Since the Seasonality release is close, I thought I would take advantage of the extra web traffic by posting a Seasonality Survey. I’m hoping to get a lot of user feedback to guide my development path for version 1.3 and beyond. If you have a few minutes, please take the Seasonality survey.


  1. Bob

    Log this under ‘feature request’ –

    I’ve been running Seasonality for over a year now and have a lot of historical data in my database. Seasonality can only show the last 12 months of data in it’s graph. I don’t know if the program is keeping the data that is older than 1 year but if so, it would be nice to be able to display it.

  2. mike

    I’ve been receiving a few queries about this recently. Seasonality does keep it’s weather conditions data for an indefinite period of time, so the data older than 1 year is still available. The best way to view this data right now is to click and drag on the graph, to scroll back in time. However, this method of viewing past data isn’t really ideal for comparing this year’s weather to last year. I’m working on adding a method to show a side-by-side comparison of this year and last year, but it’s hard to say when this will be ready.

    Thanks for posting this feature request.

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