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[aprssig] ARRL Web Site Propagating Out-Of-Data APRS Into

Brian Riley brianbr at mac.com
Sat Apr 1 05:31:54 UTC 2006

I logged into the wiki and added my APRS Query page to the "external  
links" and I added a link back to the Wiki on my APRS Query page  
<http://www.wulfden.org/APRSQuery.shtml> Let's see how much traffic  
that generates. I get a five hundred to a thousand a day on  that page.

On Mar 31, 2006, at 6:19 PM, scott at opentrac.org wrote:

>> My opinion (for what very little it is worth ;) is that using  
>> Wikipedia
>> would be the best way to go. First, it's likely to be around for the
> I'm all for keeping the Wikipedia page there (in fact I think I  
> wrote about
> half of that myself) but I can't see cluttering up Wikipedia with the
> details of the protocol, notes on digi configuration, cabling  
> setups for
> particular radios, and that sort of thing.
> I've started a Wiki, hosted for now at http://wiki.n1vg.net, and  
> started by
> copying over the Wikipedia entry and breaking it up a bit.  Not  
> sure if
> there's any way for users to add images - for now, just email me any
> multimedia contributions directly.
> Steve, I'll take that info.aprs.net if you're still willing.  The  
> server is
> already set up to take it as an alias, just need the DNS entry.
> I'd like to get at least a skeleton started, so everyone interested in
> contributing can find their area of expertise and start adding to it.
> Scott
> N1VG
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