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    From Jim Johnson@VERT/OPENDOOR to All on Fri Feb 17 18:35:00 2012
    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncronet. I am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to Jim Johnson on Fri Feb 17 16:30:57 2012
    Re: hello
    By: Jim Johnson to All on Fri Feb 17 2012 06:35 pm

    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncronet. am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

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    I am a ham opertor also and have 25 head of them.

    "Practise safe Lunch, Use a Condiment"


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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Jim Johnson on Fri Feb 17 18:36:42 2012
    Re: hello
    By: Jim Johnson to All on Fri Feb 17 2012 06:35 pm

    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncronet. I am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

    Hello and welcome to DOVE-Net and Synchronet. 73's WX6YYZ.

    digital man

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  • From GUEST@VERT/THEMACHI to Jim Johnson on Fri Feb 17 20:56:14 2012
    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncronet. I am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

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  • From Deuce@VERT/SYNCNIX to Jim Johnson on Sat Feb 18 02:23:09 2012
    Re: hello
    By: Jim Johnson to All on Fri Feb 17 2012 06:35 pm

    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncronet. I am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

    echicken has started an ax.25 thing for packet radio.

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  • From echicken@VERT/ECBBS to Deuce on Sat Feb 18 12:09:02 2012
    Re: hello
    By: Deuce to Jim Johnson on Sat Feb 18 2012 02:23:09

    echicken has started an ax.25 thing for packet radio.

    The AX.25 service is probably at about 80% completion, though I haven't worked on it in a month or so. I'll return to it within the next couple of months, I imagine. After that I'll need to flesh out the "command shell" type thing that AX.25 clients will see; it'll need to support various mail forwarding protocols used by different packet BBS software like F6FBB or the simple PBBS stuff built into many TNCs.

    But yes, AX.25 support for Synchronet is coming ... someday.

    echicken
    electronic chicken bbs - bbs.electronicchicken.com - 416-273-7230

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  • From N8ERC@VERT/THEMACHI to Jim Johnson on Sat Feb 18 12:23:05 2012
    Re: hello
    By: Jim Johnson to All on Fri Feb 17 2012 18:35:00

    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncronet. am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

    There are several hams on here... welcome to bbsing

    Gordon - N8ERC




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  • From N8ERC@VERT/THEMACHI to Deuce on Sat Feb 18 12:24:40 2012
    Re: hello
    By: Deuce to Jim Johnson on Sat Feb 18 2012 02:23:09

    Re: hello
    By: Jim Johnson to All on Fri Feb 17 2012 06:35 pm

    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncrone I am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

    echicken has started an ax.25 thing for packet radio.

    Where can I find more info in the ax25 thing?

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  • From echicken@VERT/ECBBS to N8ERC on Sat Feb 18 14:02:11 2012
    Re: hello
    By: N8ERC to Deuce on Sat Feb 18 2012 12:24:40

    Where can I find more info in the ax25 thing?

    Nowhere, at the moment. However I did post a reply to Deuce that gives a bit of a status update on that project, which should make its way to your BBS before long.

    echicken
    electronic chicken bbs - bbs.electronicchicken.com - 416-273-7230

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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to N8ERC on Sat Feb 18 12:03:59 2012
    Re: hello
    By: N8ERC to Jim Johnson on Sat Feb 18 2012 12:23 pm

    Re: hello
    By: Jim Johnson to All on Fri Feb 17 2012 18:35:00

    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncrone am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

    There are several hams on here... welcome to bbsing

    Gordon - N8ERC





    I like canadian hams.


    "Practise safe Lunch, Use a Condiment"


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  • From Diamond Dave@VERT/DMINE to N8ERC on Sat Feb 18 19:10:26 2012
    Re: hello
    By: N8ERC to Jim Johnson on Sat Feb 18 2012 12:23 pm

    There are several hams on here... welcome to bbsing

    Gordon - N8ERC


    Agreed. Never too late to start! :)

    Dave - KK4GBC


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  • From N8ERC@VERT/THEMACHI to echicken on Sat Feb 18 18:32:42 2012
    Re: hello
    By: echicken to Deuce on Sat Feb 18 2012 12:09:02

    Re: hello
    By: Deuce to Jim Johnson on Sat Feb 18 2012 02:23:09

    echicken has started an ax.25 thing for packet radio.

    The AX.25 service is probably at about 80% completion, though I haven't work on it in a month or so. I'll return to it within the next couple of months, imagine. After that I'll need to flesh out the "command shell" type thing t AX.25 clients will see; it'll need to support various mail forwarding protoc used by different packet BBS software like F6FBB or the simple PBBS stuff bu into many TNCs.

    But yes, AX.25 support for Synchronet is coming ... someday.

    echicken
    electronic chicken bbs - bbs.electronicchicken.com - 416-273-7230

    If you need a volunteer for beta testing I will be glad to help. I have been trying to get BPQ32 setup and running for a month or so.


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  • From Cellguy@VERT/MSBGTN01 to All on Sun Feb 19 09:33:12 2012
    Re: hello
    By: N8ERC to Jim Johnson on Sat Feb 18 2012 12:23 pm

    Re: hello
    By: Jim Johnson to All on Fri Feb 17 2012 18:35:00

    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncronet.
    am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

    There are several hams on here... welcome to bbsing

    Gordon - N8ERC





    KE4kqi Andy here, nice meet everyone.


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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to Cellguy on Sun Feb 19 08:55:51 2012
    Re: hello
    By: Cellguy to All on Sun Feb 19 2012 09:33 am

    Re: hello
    By: N8ERC to Jim Johnson on Sat Feb 18 2012 12:23 pm

    Re: hello
    By: Jim Johnson to All on Fri Feb 17 2012 18:35:00

    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncr am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

    There are several hams on here... welcome to bbsing

    Gordon - N8ERC





    KE4kqi Andy here, nice meet everyone.



    we need a place to post photos.
    then we can have ham and chesse.

    "Practise safe Lunch, Use a Condiment"


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  • From John Guillory@VERT to Corey on Sun Feb 19 20:06:00 2012
    Corey wrote to N8ERC <=-

    I like canadian hams.
    How about Le cochon dans le sol -- Pig in the ground?
    I think it's actually cochon dans le roulex,
    but wasn't sure how to spell it so I had to use google translate....

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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to John Guillory on Sun Feb 19 22:27:07 2012
    Re: Re: hello
    By: John Guillory to Corey on Sun Feb 19 2012 08:06 pm

    Corey wrote to N8ERC <=-

    I like canadian hams.
    How about Le cochon dans le sol -- Pig in the ground?
    I think it's actually cochon dans le roulex,
    but wasn't sure how to spell it so I had to use google translate....

    ... Computer Hacker wanted. Must have own axe.

    pig in a diamond watch?

    "Practise safe Lunch, Use a Condiment"


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  • From W6RAY@VERT/US99 to echicken on Sun Feb 26 20:08:00 2012
    echicken wrote to Deuce <=-

    echicken has started an ax.25 thing for packet radio.

    The AX.25 service is probably at about 80% completion, though I haven't

    That is truly good news.

    worked on it in a month or so. I'll return to it within the next
    couple of months, I imagine. After that I'll need to flesh out the "command shell" type thing that AX.25 clients will see; it'll need to support various mail forwarding protocols used by different packet BBS software like F6FBB or the simple PBBS stuff built into many TNCs.

    I hope JNOS and TNOS will be included. I currently run JNOS and SBBS on the same computer, including an AMPR.ORG "hamgate". Looking forward to testing
    this out here.

    73 de Ray W6RAY
    w6ray.#nca.ca.usa.noam

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  • From echicken@VERT/ECBBS to W6RAY on Mon Feb 27 11:01:45 2012
    Re: Re: hello
    By: W6RAY to echicken on Sun Feb 26 2012 20:08:00

    I hope JNOS and TNOS will be included. I currently run JNOS and SBBS on the

    Definitely. I've used JNOS in the past and know that it's both a powerful and a popular system. TNOS I've looked at briefly but never went too far with, however my goal would be to support interaction with as many different systems as possible (TNOS, F6FBB, Kantronics PBBS, etc.)

    same computer, including an AMPR.ORG "hamgate". Looking forward to testing this out here.

    "On the same computer" has been on my mind. It'll be possible for a Synchronet system to exchange mail with another local packet BBS without going over the air.

    I'll probably return to work on this within the next few weeks. Will let you know once I make some more progress.

    echicken
    electronic chicken bbs - bbs.electronicchicken.com - 416-273-7230

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  • From N8ERC@VERT/THEMACHI to echicken on Mon Feb 27 14:16:29 2012
    Re: Re: hello
    By: echicken to W6RAY on Mon Feb 27 2012 11:01:45

    Re: Re: hello
    By: W6RAY to echicken on Sun Feb 26 2012 20:08:00

    I hope JNOS and TNOS will be included. I currently run JNOS and SBBS on t

    Definitely. I've used JNOS in the past and know that it's both a powerful a a popular system. TNOS I've looked at briefly but never went too far with, however my goal would be to support interaction with as many different syste as possible (TNOS, F6FBB, Kantronics PBBS, etc.)

    same computer, including an AMPR.ORG "hamgate". Looking forward to testin this out here.

    "On the same computer" has been on my mind. It'll be possible for a Synchro system to exchange mail with another local packet BBS without going over the air.

    I'll probably return to work on this within the next few weeks. Will let yo know once I make some more progress.


    That sounds good to me. I'm ready to test it when you're ready for volunteers.

    73 N8ERC



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  • From Jake@VERT/DRAKE to Jim Johnson on Thu Mar 1 20:50:42 2012
    Re: hello
    By: Jim Johnson to All on Fri Feb 17 2012 06:35 pm

    Hi, good to meet you. Welcome aboard.

    Jake - KE5ZZN

    I am a ham radio operator and have just set up my own board with syncronet. am trying out this dove net. 73's to all

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  • From W6RAY@VERT/US99 to echicken on Thu Mar 8 12:54:00 2012
    echicken wrote to W6RAY <=-

    Re: Re: hello
    By: W6RAY to echicken on Sun Feb 26 2012 20:08:00

    "On the same computer" has been on my mind. It'll be possible for a Synchronet system to exchange mail with another local packet BBS
    without going over the air.

    The Packet BBS software can handle any over-the-air requirements once a
    message is exchanged. SBBS wouldn't really need to but I guess it could
    in the future. In other words, not require JNOS, et al.

    I'll probably return to work on this within the next few weeks. Will
    let you know once I make some more progress.

    Looking forward to another challenge.

    Ray



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