In the beginning of 2016 FCOO launched a new version of Marine Forecast
Our goal has been to create a modern web application which can be used on a wide variety of devices and which also covers Greenland, the Faroe Islands as well as other areas where the Danish Defence needs forecasts.
We have created a manual for Marine Forecast witch we hope will help you with the new version.
If you discover bugs in Marine Forecast we would love to hear about them.
You can report them here: https://gitlab.com/FCOO/ifm-maps/issues
However, this requires that you are familiar with English, do not mind that your error-report is publicly available and have the courage to sign up on gitlab.com.
Therefore, you are also very welcome to report the error to us in Danish or English at email@example.com
It's easier for us to reproduce and correct the problem if we know what device (e.g. iPad 2) and browser (eg. Safari or Chrome) you have experienced it on. In addition, a thorough description of how and when the error occurs would be very useful. Here screenshots can be really useful.
During the development of Marine Forecast, we have put great emphasis on the feedback we have received from our users.
But the development will of course not stop simply because Marine Forecast is now ready in version 2.0.
We have lots of ideas on how we can improve the product further. In fact, we have so many ideas, that we can't implement all of them.
Therefore, we still need you to tell us what is most important to you.
You can write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org with praise, critique, and suggestions.
Marine Forecast Beta
The development of Marine Forecast takes place with continuous roll-outs of improvements.
To provide you with the most stable service possible, we have a beta version of Marine Forecast that always contains the latest updates and another that is updated less frequently.
The Marine Forecast version that is continually updated can be found here:
We hope many of you will use it and help us getting the bugs fixed before pushing updates to the stable version (Marine Forecast).
Users of the beta version can also better influence the development of Marine Forecast since they can comment on the new functionality earlier in the process.
And if there is a bug in the beta which means that you can't use it for a while, you can of course just switch over to the stable version until the problem has been addressed.