@KC1PYT personally I use cloudlog. It's web based but has an api. Pretty sure you could knock a terminal client together if there isn't already one.

log.m0yng.uk/

@purple glyph? Or do you need to convey the number of letters it represents?

Question for everyone. I'm looking for an Android app to help me learn CW. The few I have found boil down to "listen to this and identify the character.”

That's a good start but I'm looking for something that will simulate a key and/or iambic paddle. Any suggestions?

@DL6MHC maybe a video server? Transcoding high quality files to lower resolutions would be CPU intensive.

Maybe you can rip your collection of bluray

@DL6MHC oh, so you want it to be inefficient!

Something that uses a GPU?

You could run folding on it, or run games, or ...

@dredmorbius colonialism?

The idea that someone can just turn up somewhere and go "this is mine now" has had massive negative impacts that have killed billions and destroyed the lives and land of billions more.

@DL6MHC so you want a new toy?

I mount most of my raspberry pis using Velcro style hook and loop, or cases with vesa screw holes.

Do you have a thing you want to do or ?

@Pizzacat that bottle needs some care and help with their mental health. They must be in a really bad place to be asking people to eat their insides.

Hello, everyone. By way of I just got my technician license a few days ago. I'm studying for my general license now.

Digital modes, SDR, and CW are all very interesting to me. Right now all I have is a UV-5R and an ABBREE flex antenna.

I have been using Ham Radio Prep and Ham Radio Crash Course (YouTube) as my primary sources of information.

Thanks to @W8HF for telling me about this Mastodon instance.

@oppen I just spotted your note about ariane on fdroid.

I grabbed the latest apk and wow is it slick ! I like that little fade in animation on page load.

Keep up the good work!

@dl5psy eww. Very not cool. Difficult to be the one person who calls it out as wrong when you are in the minority

Everyone, Please welcome @KC1PYT !

Please toot an so we can get to know you :alex_grin: add some hashtags too so we know what interests you.

You can find more people in the instance in the directory
mastodon.radio/explore
(you can opt into this too once you have 10 "friends", and add tags to your profile) and the local timeline.

And this list of radio amateurs on mastodon, may be of interest: pad.dc7ia.eu/p/radio_amateurs_

And there are apps!
joinmastodon.org/apps

@kb1gim are there any geographical features near you (hills) that could be blocking the signal in that direction?

Could it simply be that it's still early in the day and people aren't monitoring yet?

10m can take a few hours to "warm up" I think so maybe that's a factor too?

@mrbill0 that's an interesting collection!

I have a TNCPi running APRS at the moment, and there was a bit of packet radio around locally for a few months the other year, but very little other than that that I know about.

Anyone on here a ham running a packet radio station?? I've been stockpiling TNC modems, i need to get my station running.

Everyone, Please welcome @KD8TNV !

Please toot an so we can get to know you :alex_grin: add some hashtags too so we know what interests you.

You can find more people in the instance in the directory
mastodon.radio/explore
(you can opt into this too once you have 10 "friends", and add tags to your profile) and the local timeline.

And this list of radio amateurs on mastodon, may be of interest: pad.dc7ia.eu/p/radio_amateurs_

And there are apps!
joinmastodon.org/apps

@purple that's a standard file format, pretty sure M$ office can open and save it

@emacsomancer @dublinux true, but if a friend wanted to use Linux tomorrow, they wouldn't be buying a laptop with it already installed.

To be fair, I'd be over there with a usb drive to do it for them, but once you're past that and can open a browser most people would probably be fine?

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