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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Help with JavaScript

From: Arthur Torrey
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Help with JavaScript
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2019 17:48:18 -0400 (EDT)

Suggestion on the ham thing from a non-ham...  Look up "Andy's Ham Radio Linux" 
- it is an Ubuntu derived distro with every decent ham related Free / Open 
program he could find and make work, plus the standard utilities with a focus 
on being 'older hardware useful'...

He is a long time ham, and in addition to maintaining the distro, has taken 
over maintainer duties for some programs that were otherwise abandoned, and has 
also created a few Linux programs to enable use of ham hardware that the 
manufacturer had only made software for that other O/S - I don't know if it 
would be 'Free' by Richards standards, as he basically works with whatever info 
about how to talk to the stuff that the manufacturer is willing to give him...  
I think it includes some of the 'fox-hunt' transmitters, and some programmable 

He is a 'name' in the ham world for his distro, at least as I understand it.

Andy also runs a Linux Meetup in Chelmsford, MA if that is local for you...

Arthur Torrey - <>

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Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2019 00:41:40 -0500
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I can send messages to website maintainers all day telling them that
their site doesn't work without (non-free) JavaScript, but they don't
help me use the site/program/service.

Stuff that's hard to do:

5. Preparing for a ham radio license (practice materials are only on
the Web, it seems)

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