But i have to ask can NBN Co say what each FSAM is waiting for. can tell us exactly what pipes are broken or blocked, or exactly where their contractors are working on a given day. It's an admirable project, but if it's an upgrade of the other NBNCo it's strange that it lacks a proper search facility.Waiting for parts, labour, had pit/duct difficulties on xyz street? Saying construction started doesnt really tell me much. But unfortunately, I'm just another regular person — without special access to NBN Co. The idea of this website is to create an easy way to visualise the information presented on the NBN Co's Monthly Rollout List and the data from the NBN Interactive Map (in KML, JSON and CSV formats). I was waiting for NBN to give data on 2RYD brownfields in June. Can't believe the NBN did not come to Macquarie Park earlier with all the tech companies here. Typing eg Picton, NSW doesn't find a match, whereas the page does.Advertising placements on this new project really mars it.Since searching any of those will still return the same results, it's not a big deal.Retweeted by Nick Ross – ABC Tech It's there: Bourkelands NSW 2650Area information This is the NBN rollout activity in your area.
One thing I've noticed though is that the links to some of the POIs doesn't work – for example, the link to the Sydney Interim Agg from the Armidale FSAMs: – just returns a 404 Pay you for your services :) What a great example of people using public-released data to benefit others in the community.
Or are they based on data reporting from NBNCo as to the progress in each area/region.
Thank-you :) One thing I've noticed though is that the links to some of the POIs doesn't work – for example, the link to the Sydney Interim Agg from the Armidale FSAMs: – just returns a 404 Yes, it's a big effort to collate all the data from so many sources — so some of the data may not be 100% accurate.
And data files such as the website CSV sometimes have conflicting data, which is quite a hassle.
But constant tweaking and reports of incorrect data will hopefully fix this.