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[aprssig] Should I submit a paper to DCC on YAAC?

John Gorkos jgorkos at gmail.com
Mon Jul 30 14:53:55 UTC 2012


I think a source review would be an excellent deep-dive topic, especially
if it comes with a copy of the source code and a commitment to moving YAAC
into the next stage of development (I.e. Hosting it on github, googlecode,
or sourceforge, using a bug tracking system, having a roadmap and inviting
new developers, etc).  I think the time is right for the introduction of
another fully open-source, cross-platform APRS client, especially one
written in Java.  Getting all of this set up at DCC would be appropriate,
a well, because motivation and interest always peaks when people are face
to face.
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.

John Gorkos


On 7/30/12 10:33 AM, "Andrew P." <andrewemt at hotmail.com> wrote:

>Greetings, all, and especially WB4APR.
>
>As the annual conference is coming up, I was wondering if anyone would be
>interested in my efforts to write YAAC (Yet Another APRS Client), an
>open-source cross-platform APRS client application.
>
>Kind of short notice, but I just remembered to register for the
>conference, and wondered if anyone would be interested in how I wrote
>YAAC and how it works.
>
>Andrew Pavlin, KA2DDO
>http://www.ka2ddo.org/ka2ddo/YAAC.html
>
>Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
>
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