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[aprssig] OpenAPRS WEB page

John Vause jdv at iglou.com
Wed Aug 20 19:40:09 UTC 2008


Looks like the OpenAPRS web page doesn't honor the !x! flag.
I don't see KF4ERV-7 on Findu but I do using the OpenAPRS webpage.

It is my understanding that using !x! at the beginning of the D7 status 
msg is the
same as placing NOGATE or RFONLY in the PATH.

Robert Bruninga wrote:
> I am impressed with the Information display on the oAPRS web
> page.
>
> In particular, I like the way it shows how each station will
> show up on the mobile APRS displays.  This lets people see
> clearly how their choice of text formatting makes a difference
> to moblies looking for local info.
>
> See www.oaprs.net and enter a callsign (no SSID and you get them
> all).
>
> Great job!  Considering the focus of APRS is on the mobile
> display of useful data, I encourage everyone to check out how
> their beacons read by using this web page.  I also encourage
> this kind of MOBILE TEXT window display on other APRS-INTERNET
> web pages to encourage the use of USEFUL info instead of useless
> info in their beacons.
>
> Bob, WB4APR
>
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