Done, we should now be running the latest version of mastodon (2.6.1)
Any issues, please let me know.
Currently updating the mastodon.radio instance to v2.6.1
It should be seamless - but you never know. Apologies for any downtime.
#instance #admins, #new #users toot #introductions without hashtagged #interests, and I suspect they do because they aren't aware only the hashtagged keywords are searchable. I see #tutorials and #guides omit this useful hint, but I don't know why.
I used to search weekly for hashtag-rich intros to boost; they're rarer now.
@G6AVK hello and welcome!
I'm probably going to try updating the instance to mastodon 2.6.1 this evening.
@g4gug hello and welcome!
#introductions Hey all, Chris here. KD0CQ. I'm a 40-something SDR, electronics, and linux geek licensed since the mid 90's and hold a near extinct Advanced Class license. Enjoy all facets of ham radio, especially satellites and the microwave bands but spend most of my time on HF as there are very few uW active hams in my region. Also enjoy homebrewing my gear where I can, and kit building. It's both a joy and a nightmare. I mod /r/RTLSDR & /r/hamfest on reddit and you can also @ me on twitter.
@KD0CQ hello and welcome!
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@k7jsc hello and welcome!
Hello, I'm not licensed at all, only an electronic designer, and I love especially RF and high speed digital (FPGA design). I have few opensource projects going on like a baseband to refit old VNA test set, see: https://wiki.electrolab.fr/Projets:Perso:2018:VNARefit (yes I'm an electrolab member) and project like LNA for 8.4GHz.I'm also on twitter and IRC :)
Is it good ? :)
@natsfr hello and welcome!
@f5rvx hello and welcome!
Is Amateur Radio on Life Support?
Interesting look at morse code.
@G8URP hello and welcome!
@M0YNG perhaps play from GitHub? https://github.com/play/play/blob/master/README.md
Mac hosted so probably not exactly what you are looking for, but it’s based on Icecast and that looks like it works anywhere.