I have the following scenario:
1) I need to create GPX files for use in testing of a mobile device.
2) The tracks to be described within will span large distances over long time periods (i.e. it's not practical to just go out and record a track).
3) The people performing the testing are not very GIS knowledgeable and will struggle with things like manual file conversion, etc.
I have in mind some simple application (it could easily be a QGIS python plugin) in which you set certain parameters (time, direction & speed of track "stages") and then generate a GPX file accordingly.
But before I throw myself into something like that, does anyone know of a simpler way to do this?
I've looked into various options (creating a tour in kml and then converting into gpx, manually cut-and-paste the xml together by hand, etc.) but it all seems like a lot of hard work for what I would have thought was quite a common use case...