[aprssig] BALLOON unproto paths
wa2mct at mearle.com
Sun Apr 3 12:08:28 CDT 2005
Yes. So what if he clogged the network for a few hours?
Educate him/her, and thank them for stress testing your area network, and
get on with life. I suspect some stale web site "suggested" how to set up
his path, and that's what happened. It was important (to the orinator of
the packets) to know where the payload ended up. It's not during the
flight.. it's at the end when it's in a tree or field.. he wanted any and
all relay/ digi's to help him located it.
That's my guess. Now if he did a balloon flight every day for a month more
excitement might be called for :-)
At 09:21 AM 4/3/2005 -0700, you wrote:
>One should hear the evidence first, before you hang
>someone. It may have been a accidental path
>You hang someone for murder, not manslaughter.
>There are very few, if any, of us who have not make a
>mistake or two accidentally in Ham Radio.
>One way to clear up the network, is to chase everyone
>--- Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
>> I hate to say this...
>> Unfortunately sometimes these public hangings are
>> only way to get some people's attention and to make
>> "think" about their transmissions and the
>> consequence on
>> the network. This happens a few times a year.
>> hangings, unfortunately, do help spread the word in
>> cruel morbid kind of way...
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