[aprssig] Should I submit a paper to DCC on YAAC?
jgorkos at gmail.com
Mon Jul 30 14:36:56 CDT 2012
DCC happens every year on a rotating basis: West Coast, East Coast, and Central. This year is a "central" location (ala Chicago, Kansas City, etc). Last year was East Coast (Baltimore), so logically next year will be a Left Coast event. The (almost) total even listing can be found here:
http://www.tapr.org/dcc.html in the left column.
I think it would be an excellent idea to lobby for a Northwestern Conference next year, as it's been a dozen years since the conference has been there. I suddenly got more flexible when I realized my company will reimburse my expenses as part of my continuing education.
On Jul 30, 2012, at 1:09 PM, "Curt, WE7U" <curt.we7u at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 30 Jul 2012, John Gorkos wrote:
>> It would also be nice to hear from the Xastir guys (Curt -WE7U?) I'd be
>> interested in hearing a talk about the pros and cons of an open-source
>> amateur radio project in general. Those guys probably have a treasure
>> trove of do-s and don't-s they could share.
> Have the DCC event down near NM and maybe Tom Russo would attend (don't know for sure, didn't ask him).
> Have the event in ID/OR/WA and I might attend. The only one I went to was a couple of years ago in Vancouver, WA, but I didn't write or present there. Several of us took Amtrak down there which was a treat in itself.
> FWIW: I would definitely encourage you to do a paper and/or present on YAAC at DCC. The more open-source discussion that's available, the better!
> P.S. My Eskimo.com web pages have moved. See the link below.
> Curt, WE7U. http://wetnet.net/~we7u
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