And yesterday it got some love on the PDXCommute blog.
I also had a chance to show it off at GOSCON (Government Open Source conference) with a unit on the OpenPlans exhibit table (thanks, Michael and Nick) and a brief overview during the TriMet open data presentation.
Time to get a few more out in the field for testing and generate an architecture for a scalable rollout. I’m hoping to engage the local open source developer community to build many of the pieces we’ll need to take this mainstream.
It’s also been suggested that we need a better name than ‘Transit Appliance’. Perhaps we should just use “Transit Board™” which is the name for the web application we’re running (which we’ve had since about 2007).
Or maybe we need something more original – I’m open to suggestions (all ideas become the property of Portland Transport – you’ve been warned)!