[aprssig] APRS / SkyCommand Progress Since and Tips
wd8arz at ix.netcom.com
Tue Oct 29 05:23:32 CDT 2013
Hello Stephen, thanks for your reply, and hope your trip is going well.
Will check the main site.
Qsl on the awful documentation!
Have been doing SkyCommand for some time now, and love it. Was running
across comments from other hams about never being able to get it to work
when I would bring up the SkyCommand topic. So was attempting to getting
some dialog going and to provide feedback on what it takes to make it
work for them. Surprised I havent received any comments from those that
wanted to use SkyCommand but couldnt get it to work .... hi
73 from Bill - WD8ARZ
South Bend, Indiana
On 10/28/2013 11:21 PM, Stephen H. Smith wrote:
> On 10/28/2013 12:02 PM, WD8ARZ wrote:
>> Thanks Steve. He is on a trip to the west coast. Will get with him
>> when he gets
>> 73 from Bill - WD8ARZ
>> On 10/28/2013 1:54 PM, Steve Noskowicz wrote:
>>> Stephen usually has his information well done and up to date, but I
>>> recommend asking him directly. I can't say if he reads this group.
>>> I'm 98% sure there haven't been any APRSdos updates in quite some
> [Via WiFi in a Wendy's in Richfield, Utah]
> 1) I am very much a regular on this list.
> 2) The Bruninga pages on my website are a HISTORIC ARCHIVE (and are
> labeled as such on every page). These are left from when Bob's pages
> were hosted on the US Naval Academy server and domain. Many users
> outside the Us couldn't access them because of a misconfigured Domain
> Name Server on the Academy server. I mirrored his pages on my site,
> so these people could access them.
> Several years ago, Bob's pages were migrated to their own domain
> aprs.org where everyone can now access them. I then stopped updating
> my mirror and let it sit unchanged as a historic archive.
> You should check the APRS.ORG domain for the latest version of the Sky
> Command info.
> 3) Kenwood does excellent radio design, but their supporting
> software and firmware design is god-awful. The absolutely atrocious
> software is one of the main reasons the VC-H1 hand-held SSTV device
> failed. Sky Command has always been a badly-documented kludge.
> Stephen H. Smith wa8lmf (at) aol.com
> EchoLink Node: 14400 [Think bottom of the 2M band]
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