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📢 Any volunteers for discussion in old ?

Rendezvous every day at 19:00 UTC on

📻 3.980-3.983 MHz
📻 7.040-7.043 MHz
📻 10.142-10.143 MHz
📻 14.070-14.073 MHz
📻 18.103-18.104 MHz
📻 21.070-21.072 MHz
📻 21.085-21.087 MHz
📻 24.920-24.921 MHz
📻 28.070-28.073 MHz
📻 50.305-50.307 MHz

in USB on all bands.
Generally, at the beginning of each frequencies range and ... at the end

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🤦‍♂️I've published a situation map of New Caledonia which is weird!
It showed Solomon Islands.
This one is correct 🙂

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@thunderbird One more time, Google has decided to break a standard. This firm is really the evil

We're aware of an issue affecting #Google #calendars and our team is actively working to solve it.

You may have problems syncing or displaying events. (Note that your events still exist on Google's side even if they don't appear in Thunderbird).

We promise to keep you posted, and thank you for understanding.

We received some reports that, our flagship instance, is being blocked in #Iran.

In case of issues accessing our instance remember you can use another one, just pick it from our public instances list:

#network #censorship #circumvention

@F1RUM @bandconditions in our 60m propagation study we definitely noticed a measurable increase in propagation the few hours before a storm arrived. From talking with some space weather scientists from the UofC basically the storm has a “bow wave” in front of it that makes the upper layers of the atmosphere more dense / reflective. Here’s a link to a presentation I did for the RAC conference last year.

Flo (DF2ET) @ ::1 sur Twitter : "How about adding @cloudloghq logging to . Copy and pasting some existing code passafes I can store and recall necessary values. Let's see if we can convince it to make the API requests... 😎🤙" / Twitter

The @bandconditions are strange today, switching from all bad to almost all good in a few hours

Ultrascharf: Atemberaubendes Bild vom Jupiter besteht aus 600.000 Einzelfotos

Der Jupiter ist zurzeit besonders gut zu sehen. Diesen Umstand machte sich ein Fotograf zunutze.

Actually, all is inside a backpack. Even an EFHW antenna and a transverter 28/144 to work 2m band in SSB or digimode (antenna for 2m is not inside)

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I'd like to make a case to easily carry an HF setup ready to run on the summits. A G90, a battery, a raspberry pi with 7" screen...
Any ideas for equipment that's not too expensive or too heavy?
The backpack is a bit of a mess

The shape of night shadow on the map confirms the equinox !

When people say they have nothing to hide, let's reply:

* Post your passwords here
* Write down everybody you hate
* Tell the world who you voted for
* List all the videos you watched

- Medical history.
- Sensitive conversations with employers, children, spouses.
- Billing and banking information.
- Purchase information.
- Web search history.
And more...

I need privacy. Not because my actions are questionable, but because 'your' judgement and intentions are.

And it doesn't matter whether or not my communications are weighty or frivolous in nature - they are mine and only for those whom I've chosen to share them with. Not the government's, nor goog's, nor my ISP's, but mine.

Also, what is legal where I live today, may not be legal tomorrow and my discussion of it may incriminate my future self. It has happened in the past many times to others in other places.

I look at the Queen's procession and see the staff of the Queen's residences paying tribute to her.
My great uncle (my paternal grandfather's brother) was a cook at the royal court in the middle of 20th century. I think about him too.
🇬🇧 👑

so did anyone ever take a chance on a PineNote? and if so, how are you getting on with it?

(boosts welcome)

Is there somebody who use Cluster to find an interesting QSO to do ?

The filters seem to be intelligent (band, mode, SOTA, QRP...)

I've created an account on
I don't know why...
I have to find a solution to upload my QSOs automatically from (or gridtracker or or or lotw...)

I like to see the mixing thread in different languages on our mastodon instance. English, français, Deutsch, Русский...

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