- Richard is at his father's place due to problems with his Suddenlink connection at home.
- Ohio LinuxFest 2010 is on the horizon. Russ hopes to be a speaker this year. It will be held September 10-12, 2010 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, OH.
- Mid-America GNU/Linux Networkers Conference (MAGNet Con). Russ and Cheryl are organizing this event, which is tentatively scheduled to be held May 6-7, 2011, at the St. Louis Union Station Marriott in St. Louis, MO.
They're looking for speakers, sponsors, organizers, and attendees. If you're interested or can help, please visit the web site.
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- Thank you!
- Russ discusses his trip to Southeast Linuxfest June 11-13, 2010.
- Russ gave a talk on Open Source and Amateur Radio. The talk was recorded and will be available at some point.
- Thanks to everyone involved for their efforts in organizing SELF:
- President: David Yates
- Vice President: David Nalley
- Treasurer: John Yeary
- Secretary: Mike Major
- Speaker Coordinator: Jeremy Sands
- Community Coordinator: Amber Graner
- Volunteer Coordinator: Jas Eckard
- Field Day, 2010, was held June 26-27. Russ and Richard discuss the event and how it combines an emergency preparedness exercise and a contest.
- Russ used to attend Field Day in Maine with the Aroostook Amateur Radio Association (K1FS).
This year, he visited the Nixa Amateur Radio Club (operating as N0A) and the
Southwest Missouri Amateur Radio Club sites.
- One suggestion: make your Field Day sites wheelchair accessible!
- Send us your Field Day stories!
- Don, WS4E, sent us a picture of him standing outside the Red Hat Summit in Boston wearing his LHS T-shirt. Thanks, Don!
- Jan, PA9QV, linked to us in his blog, Varying Frequencies. Thanks, Jan!
- Eldon, WA0UWH, also linked to us on his blog. Thanks, Eldon!
- Dave, M0DCM, in the UK writes that he enjoyed Episode 40, and comments about Fldigi, xdx, gpredict, and wsjt. He uses Xastir, too. He wonders if there is an HD SSTV application for Linux. His club has asked him to find a good Linux alternative to WinPack. Richard discusses. These could be topics for future shows.(Ed. note: Jean-Paul, F6FBB, has written a packet BBS application for Windows and Linux.)
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