It's become my habit to use some of the downtime over the year-end break to... oh, said that about a year ago.
Once again, I did some software work over Christmas and released SaVi 1.4.9, for simulating satellite constellations.
This is mostly a maintenance release, which was needed to remove some old code that used
tmpnam(), which modern linkers dislike. But it also adds some approximate simulations of LeoSat and OneWeb, which are "megaconstellations" currently competing to get constructed. (Mega? They're not even kilo...)
I'm having flashbacks to the 1990s, when I first started on SaVi, and big constellations like Teledesic and Skybridge were all the rage.