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[aprssig] Worst Path of the Day

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Fri Oct 29 23:28:38 UTC 2004

>>> "Curt, WE7U" <archer at eskimo.com> 10/29/04 4:31:49 PM >>>
>One of our users submitted a patch today that checks for 
>excessive paths and warns the user, at the point where
>they're setting up their local interfaces in Xastir.

In my opinion, (as APRSdos does it), the user gets the warning
EVERYTIME his station transmits EACH packet.  Yes, he can 
use a long path if it is needed, but he must acknowledge the
warning on EVERY transmission...

That way it is not forgotten that he is using a non-standard 
path.  A BEEP and a warning in the middle of his map on 
every transmission gets the point across.

If it is a one-time warning, it is practically useless in my mind...
just a thought

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