RE: AX25 and related software's future in Debian
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Marius,Excuse me but the ham radio apps work just fine for me, so long as nobody deletes them from distribution. I don't need no stink'in GUI! If I did, I'd have given up on Linux and Unix Administration a long time ago and become a Windows weenie. However, I have always chosen to take the same posture that my maid does, "I DO NOT DO WINDOWS!"
And if Ham Radio is an obscure activity it is because how many talks were given on Amateur Radio at Schmoocon? At DEFCON? At places where the hacking and technical communities stand in congress together? Perhaps the issue is marketing.
When last I went to DEFCON I saw an OVERCROWD of people waiting to learn how to pick a lock, pick a lock I said! Had a decent Ham Radio setup been there, with HF, Packet, Amateur TV, etc... we'd have likely done well at marketing our hobby.
Stuart -- IT1 Stuart Blake Tener, USNR, N3GWG (Extra), MROP Las Vegas, NV / Boulder, CO / Philadelphia, PA / Beverly Hills, CA (310) 358-0202 Mobile Phone (215) 338-6005 Google Voice e-mail: stuart.tener@xxxxxxxxxxx Quoting Marius Petrescu <marius@xxxxxxxxx>:
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