|Dec 15, 2004, 09:23 AM|
Locate a flying field Forum/Site
I have been serching the net for fly fields in Tx and FL. Talking to other flyers there are a lot more out there than you can find on the net even the AMA doesn't list them all.
It would be great to click on a state, then a county and see all the fly sights on a map and click on map and get details on fly field such as pictures directions to field etc.
I have more suggestions on this if there is any intrest.
|Dec 15, 2004, 12:11 PM|
The real challenge with website links is maintenance . . perhaps you have encountered numerous "dead links" in your research so far. Depending on the amount of links, this could be an almost daily requirement. It takes a very motivated person to endure this drudgery . . you sound like a potential candidate. The AMA and RC Web Directory websites are good examples to expand on.
One of the downsides to the RC Groups Club Forum format, is that it is difficult to determine the location of some of the clubs. A subtitle city and state requirement is one solution.
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