[aprssig] central repository

John D. Hays john at hays.org
Sun Nov 20 20:53:47 CST 2016

Not at all.  People should look at the various options and decide on the
best path.  I can delete the example I put up, easily, and without hurt

On Sun, Nov 20, 2016 at 6:42 PM, Javier Henderson <javier at kjsl.org> wrote:

> > On Nov 20, 2016, at 18:30, John D. Hays <john at hays.org> wrote:
> >
> > I missed the beginning of this thread, but if you are looking for a good
> place to run the mailing list and have a Wiki plus file store, calendar,
> database, etc. (and can integrate with GitHub for source code projects) --
> I have been doing quite a bit on Groups.io
> >
> > I created a group if people want to try it out.
> https://amateur-radio.groups.io/g/aprssig  -- subscribe, the first few
> messages from an individual are moderated.  I have currently set the Wiki
> to subscribers can edit and that it is publicly visible.
> >
> > If the list wants to do more with the group I created, I will extend
> moderator status to a core team. Or an entirely new group could be created
> that is not a child of amateur-radio
> >
> > Here is an active wiki on one of the groups https://nw-digital-radio.
> groups.io/g/udrc/wiki
> >
> > The Wiki has a gui editor or you can use markup -- it is not as rich as
> some, but pretty sufficient.
> So besides new wikis (multiple, apparently) this list is now being
> fractured?
> Awesome progress.
> 73,
> -jav k4jh


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