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I0OJJ  > JNOS     15.06.21 15:00z 74 Lines 2615 Bytes #142 (0) @ WW
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>From i0ojj@i0ojj.ampr.org Tue Jun 15 16:54:52 2021
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>From: Gustavo Ponza <i0ojj@i0ojj.ampr.org>
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Hi,

On 6/15/21 12:47 PM, ut1hzm@ut1hzm.krem.pol.ukr.eu wrote:
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> R:210615/1102Z 15173@OK2PEN.SP.BRA.SOAM [Sao Jose dos Campos] $:6932_UT1HZM
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> R:210615/1047Z 6932@UT1HZM.KREM.POL.UKR.EU BPQ6.0.21
> 
> Hello, Jean.
> 
>>
>> From: VE2PKT@VE2PKT.#TRV.QC.CAN.NOAM
>> To  : JNOS@WW
>>
>>   
>>      I have created a mail list server for JNos, just like to one found on internet but restricted to packet.
>>
> 
> I've read before too about that lists, but what's the practical point, other than
> just check how many 'live interest' or to test the skills of writing software for these lists-servers?
> 
> Why not just use packet BBS directory like JNOS@WW etc and post info or ask Qs?!
> 
> This media space is already created for such things!
> 
> 
> Maybe its worth to do other think - for example forward to packet bulls some of main hamradio
> internet lists of interest, like: satellites, digitalradio, fbb, bpq, jnos etc.
> 
> For example, just few years ago we had bulls in SATDIG@WW - it was forward of ham sats internet list -
> its was fun to read it in packet bbs! W/o going to subscribe directly to it on internet mail.
> 
> 73, Sergej.


while I completely agree as per statements above,
last days tried to setup a client/server based on
NNTP for downloading some historical hamradio news
groups and then gateway'ng them into packet radio.
All seems going well now :)

Now, after practiced on the matter no problem to
add an indefinite number of newsgroups based on
NNTP, so, if you have any useful link let me
know. Thank you!

-- 
73 and ciao, gustavo i0ojj/ir0aab/ir0eq
non multa, sed multum

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