I know some of you are interested in the balloon launch I am doing soon. But in order to not go off topic here too often I now have a PARIS thread on http://aprsis.ham-radio-op.net/index.php I will post info there as and when.
Also of course I will be using the PARIS group on ANSRVR.
- Lynn when I do a message/announcements/join group it is still saying at the top of the requester "CQSRVR group". Also after joining a group when I do a message/announcement/ the ISS group (which i have joined) is checked but it says ISS(CQRVR). Shouldn't this be ANSRVR? Is this correct?
Or maybe I'm just unclear on the concept.
This is with the latest dev. release.
--- In email@example.com, "Lynn W. Deffenbaugh" <kj4erj@...> wrote:
> The latest development version (2010/09/30 16:05) has replaced the
> CQSRVR support with a new ANSRVR that works like CQSRVR except that it
> directly supports "lurking" in a list (sending message-less Keep-Alives
> to keep your membership fresh). The Messages / CQSRVR cascading menu
> has been changed to Messages / Announcements. All of your currently
> configured CQSRVR groups will automatically change to the same-named
> ANSRVR group on their next refresh interval.
> To send a message to an announcement group, you can either change the
> Announcement's CQ Text and poke Send, or send "CQ <Group> Announcement
> Text" to ANSRVR via a Send Message / Chat.
> ANSRVR supports the following APRS message-based commands:
> ? - Show all groups (# in parens is number of members)
> ? group - Show member count in group
> L - List groups you are a member of (with member count including self)
> J group - Join group quietly
> CQ group text - Join group and send text to all current members
> U group - Unjoin group
> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
> PS. You can now safely check Keep Active AND Quietly to remain
> interested in an Announcement group. You will still receive a
> confirmation message for each refresh, but the group itself will remain
> quietly unaware of your lurking er monitoring.