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  • Paul Joosten
    Hi Ed, As far as I know Richard is not subscribed to this group. I merely QSP d parts of an email he sent to me and other SJ22S teammembers. All IST will be
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 23, 2011
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      Hi Ed,

      As far as I know Richard is not subscribed to this group. I merely QSP'd parts of an email he sent to me and other SJ22S teammembers. All IST will be grouped into patrols and Richard merely suggested a friendly competition between ourselves. I'll have to pass for CW because after I took the test I hardly ever touched a key anymore ;)...

      73 de Paul PA5UL

      2011/2/23 Ed Dudley <edwa4isi@...>


      Hello to Richard. PA3BAR

       

       

      I see you are still active. I hope I will hear you this summer. And, pick Shelly. K2BS, for your cw contest. team, He is one of the best.

       

      73,

      Ed Dud;ey WA4ISI

      Blue Ridge Mountains Council, Virginia

       


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Paul PA5UL" <pa5ul@...>
      To: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 1:25:34 AM
      Subject: [ScoutRadio] SJ22S World Scout Jamboree 2011, Sweden

       

      Hi All,

      Below are some parts of the last email newsletter Richard Middelkoop PA3BAR sent me. I'm definitely game for Echolink operations, the only thing we need is a reliable internet connection in or near the shack. I am hopeful but given past experience in major jamborees the adjective 'reliable' is the tricky bit. KYFC!

      73, Paul PA5UL

      4) team / staff allocation

      The radio team has succeeded in getting almost all staff pre-allocated. We will have 20 Swedisch scout radio staff, 20 international ones and a few extra allocated from the IST pool. Your planning team has 4 persons. We will run in shifts to cover 24 h operation. Some days will be very busy (e.g. 4 Aug festival day with extra visitors) and others will be easier (31 July camp-in-camp day when a lot of participants are away). Staff work schedule will reflect that. You will get some time off to explore the rest ot the camp.

      The personell department is currently getting your names out of the IST database and allocating them to Radio Scouting. Your places are all confirmed ! Make sure your contingent has registered you as IST ( I can't help you with that).

      The Jamboree will allocate all IST to patrols of 6 to 8 people, with a Swedish patrol leader. The PL will help you get set up and organized. And there will be patrol activities specially for IST. Of course, all "our" patrols will be in the Radio-Scouting area. I guess you can start thinking of a patrol name. And we can have a patrol competition in CW one evening ...

      New on the team since the last newsletter:

      Shelly Weil, K2BS

      Yves Gaffinet, LX9DX

      Barb de la Hunty, VK6FPAX

      In previous emails others mentioned were

      So, who will you meet in Sweden then? Here's our current candidate list:
      Hannu Ratto, OH7GIG,
      Jochen Sulowski, DK8ZM,
      Philippe Lutty, LX2A,
      Leo Leefsma, PA1LEO,
      Jim Parnell, ZL2APE,
      Stuart Barber, G6CJR,
      Demi Pulas, K4BSA,
      Claire Copsey,G8ULQ,
      Dennis Noe, M0NDJ,
      Paul Joosten, PA5UL,
      Jeroen Limbosch, PE1PDI,
      Sjaak van Dam, W4RIS
      Jim Rooney, N4JJR,
      Tuomas Juhantila, OH1FEN

      with your amateur radio planning team:
      Per-Olof Hansson, SM6SMY

      Ulf Häger

      Nils Willart

      Richard Middelkoop, PA3BAR

      so, a good team of old friends and new ones. Plus a few more specialists
      that I am working on to get them involved.

      About the operation:

      6) location

      Enclosed is the latest Jamboree map. Due to the shift in subcamps, the antenna farm will move to the HQ area on the opposite side of the main camp road. Our activity tents will be in the HQ area with a cable conduit going underneath the main road to the antenna space (sealed off for participants).

      Additionally we will put some of the non-radio workshops (foxhunt e.g) directly in the heart of the Main Square, with a livelink to the main station. It is a bit more inconvenient to work in two locations, but it will give us a higher exposure.

      Activities will be in large tents equipped with anti-dust floors.

      7) programme

      Spontaneous Activities run from 10 - 21 h daily. The radio station wil run 24/7. We will have fox hunts, radio stations, some internet, electronic kit building, demo's, radio challenges and more. A radio activity badge is foreseen for Scouts completing min 3 of the offered activity workshops. Our programme is open to youth participants, leaders, IST and day visitors.

      Details are being worked out at the moment and we will contact you individually for assistance with various items / parts / equipment.

      Generic material (tents, tables etc) have all been ordered via the Jamboree Organisation and for the most part been confirmed. The same applies to the budget. Your planning team is working on the last details here.

      And here is the call sign: SJ22S.

      A special email address has been openend for Scouts requesting skeds: SJ22S @ worldscoutjamboree.se

      We will also start a blog on the main World Jamboree web site www.worldscoutjamboree.se to have a promotion of our Radio-Scouting activity. Would be fun to see how many Scouts we can involve in skeds and Join-In-Jamboree activities. Your contributions are very welcome.

      And yes, there is also a promotion and publication plan. Details will follow.

      8) next update

      The next meeting is with the whole Common Areas staff 5 / 6 March in Sweden. I will have more details by then.

      If the info is not in this or previous newsletters, then I do not have it yet.!

      With best regards,
      Med vänliga hälsningar,

      Richard Middelkoop
      Jamboree Planning Team
      Amateur Radio
      22nd World Scout Jamboree

      PS the map is uploaded in the files section on Yahoo Groups.




    • Ed Dudley
      Thanks Paul. Ed, WA4ISI Past Chairman K2BSA National Jamborees ... From: Paul Joosten To: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday,
      Message 2 of 4 , Feb 23, 2011
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        Thanks Paul.

         

        Ed, WA4ISI

        Past Chairman K2BSA National Jamborees

        ----- Original Message -----
        From: "Paul Joosten" <pa5ul@...>
        To: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 6:11:49 AM
        Subject: Re: [ScoutRadio] SJ22S World Scout Jamboree 2011, Sweden

         

        Hi Ed,

        As far as I know Richard is not subscribed to this group. I merely QSP'd parts of an email he sent to me and other SJ22S teammembers. All IST will be grouped into patrols and Richard merely suggested a friendly competition between ourselves. I'll have to pass for CW because after I took the test I hardly ever touched a key anymore ;)...

        73 de Paul PA5UL

        2011/2/23 Ed Dudley <edwa4isi@...>


        Hello to Richard. PA3BAR

         

         

        I see you are still active. I hope I will hear you this summer. And, pick Shelly. K2BS, for your cw contest. team, He is one of the best.

         

        73,

        Ed Dud;ey WA4ISI

        Blue Ridge Mountains Council, Virginia

         


        ----- Original Message -----
        From: "Paul PA5UL" <pa5ul@...>
        To: ScoutRadio@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 1:25:34 AM
        Subject: [ScoutRadio] SJ22S World Scout Jamboree 2011, Sweden

         

        Hi All,

        Below are some parts of the last email newsletter Richard Middelkoop PA3BAR sent me. I'm definitely game for Echolink operations, the only thing we need is a reliable internet connection in or near the shack. I am hopeful but given past experience in major jamborees the adjective 'reliable' is the tricky bit. KYFC!

        73, Paul PA5UL

        4) team / staff allocation

        The radio team has succeeded in getting almost all staff pre-allocated. We will have 20 Swedisch scout radio staff, 20 international ones and a few extra allocated from the IST pool. Your planning team has 4 persons. We will run in shifts to cover 24 h operation. Some days will be very busy (e.g. 4 Aug festival day with extra visitors) and others will be easier (31 July camp-in-camp day when a lot of participants are away). Staff work schedule will reflect that. You will get some time off to explore the rest ot the camp.

        The personell department is currently getting your names out of the IST database and allocating them to Radio Scouting. Your places are all confirmed ! Make sure your contingent has registered you as IST ( I can't help you with that).

        The Jamboree will allocate all IST to patrols of 6 to 8 people, with a Swedish patrol leader. The PL will help you get set up and organized. And there will be patrol activities specially for IST. Of course, all "our" patrols will be in the Radio-Scouting area. I guess you can start thinking of a patrol name. And we can have a patrol competition in CW one evening ...

        New on the team since the last newsletter:

        Shelly Weil, K2BS

        Yves Gaffinet, LX9DX

        Barb de la Hunty, VK6FPAX

        In previous emails others mentioned were

        So, who will you meet in Sweden then? Here's our current candidate list:
        Hannu Ratto, OH7GIG,
        Jochen Sulowski, DK8ZM,
        Philippe Lutty, LX2A,
        Leo Leefsma, PA1LEO,
        Jim Parnell, ZL2APE,
        Stuart Barber, G6CJR,
        Demi Pulas, K4BSA,
        Claire Copsey,G8ULQ,
        Dennis Noe, M0NDJ,
        Paul Joosten, PA5UL,
        Jeroen Limbosch, PE1PDI,
        Sjaak van Dam, W4RIS
        Jim Rooney, N4JJR,
        Tuomas Juhantila, OH1FEN

        with your amateur radio planning team:
        Per-Olof Hansson, SM6SMY

        Ulf Häger

        Nils Willart

        Richard Middelkoop, PA3BAR

        so, a good team of old friends and new ones. Plus a few more specialists
        that I am working on to get them involved.

        About the operation:

        6) location

        Enclosed is the latest Jamboree map. Due to the shift in subcamps, the antenna farm will move to the HQ area on the opposite side of the main camp road. Our activity tents will be in the HQ area with a cable conduit going underneath the main road to the antenna space (sealed off for participants).

        Additionally we will put some of the non-radio workshops (foxhunt e.g) directly in the heart of the Main Square, with a livelink to the main station. It is a bit more inconvenient to work in two locations, but it will give us a higher exposure.

        Activities will be in large tents equipped with anti-dust floors.

        7) programme

        Spontaneous Activities run from 10 - 21 h daily. The radio station wil run 24/7. We will have fox hunts, radio stations, some internet, electronic kit building, demo's, radio challenges and more. A radio activity badge is foreseen for Scouts completing min 3 of the offered activity workshops. Our programme is open to youth participants, leaders, IST and day visitors.

        Details are being worked out at the moment and we will contact you individually for assistance with various items / parts / equipment.

        Generic material (tents, tables etc) have all been ordered via the Jamboree Organisation and for the most part been confirmed. The same applies to the budget. Your planning team is working on the last details here.

        And here is the call sign: SJ22S.

        A special email address has been openend for Scouts requesting skeds: SJ22S @ worldscoutjamboree.se

        We will also start a blog on the main World Jamboree web site www.worldscoutjamboree.se to have a promotion of our Radio-Scouting activity. Would be fun to see how many Scouts we can involve in skeds and Join-In-Jamboree activities. Your contributions are very welcome.

        And yes, there is also a promotion and publication plan. Details will follow.

        8) next update

        The next meeting is with the whole Common Areas staff 5 / 6 March in Sweden. I will have more details by then.

        If the info is not in this or previous newsletters, then I do not have it yet.!

        With best regards,
        Med vänliga hälsningar,

        Richard Middelkoop
        Jamboree Planning Team
        Amateur Radio
        22nd World Scout Jamboree

        PS the map is uploaded in the files section on Yahoo Groups.




      • Bob Bruninga
        ... Another thing is to allow scouts to send APRS messages and emails back home from any APRS HT. It is especially interesting when the area is not served by
        Message 3 of 4 , Feb 23, 2011
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          > I'm definitely game for Echolink operations,
          > the only thing we need is a reliable internet...
          > ... We will have fox hunts, radio stations,
          > some internet, electronic kit building, demo's,
          > radio challenges and more.

          Another thing is to allow scouts to send APRS messages and emails back home from any APRS HT. It is especially interesting when the area is not served by cell phone.

          See www.aprs.org/aprs-messaging.html

          Bob, WB4APR
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