[Linux-ham] Local nets

Michael Ansel trilug at anselcomputers.com
Tue Mar 10 22:14:13 EDT 2009

I'll second what I'm sure is a vote from KI4BRY for IRLP/EchoLink. I'm
a Duke student a thousand miles away from my radio, though I can't say
I'd have a place to put an antenna even if I had it. Fortunately, I do
have a blazing fast Internet connection, and I'd love to be able to
check in and meet the local ham community!


On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 10:00 PM, Tanner Lovelace <clubjuggler at gmail.com> wrote:
> So, what does a ham have to do to encourage local TriLUG
> hams to check into local nets.  Specifically, in this case,
> the Central Carolina Skywarn Net (9:15pm every Tuesday
> on 146.88 Mhz).
> Props go to Greg, KJ4FFC, for checking in, and Matt, KI4URB,
> for acknowledging the net and saying he'd be on it soon when
> he gets his radio hooked up.
> However, for the rest of you, what's your excuse?!?
> Specifically (and yes, I'm going to call people out here...),
> N8VNR, KI4BKE, N4JMT, and everyone else on this list!
> (Except for KI4BRY, since AFAIK, there is not an IRLP
> or Echolink connection from Australia to the net.)
> Really, what can I do to encourage more people to check
> in?  Do we need to have a net of our own?  We could
> arrange that.  (Would people prefer 2m or 70cm?)
> Let's hear what everyone has to say.
> Cheers,
> Tanner
> --
> Tanner Lovelace
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> increscent, all sable.
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