[aprssig] editable Tactical callsign labels with Google?

Jim Danforth KE5OKT at mounds.org
Sun Aug 31 20:57:51 EDT 2008

I'm about to get deployed to the hurricane zone with my disaster relief
crew.  I've never mastered the email via aprs thing, so if anyone can point
me to a tutorial, I would really like to make it work before leaving.  I
will be taking a D7 with me, and possibly a D700, though it would require
removal from my truck ,and temp install in a rental, and stuffing in a
suitcase to come home.  That prospect doesn't excite me. I would rather take
my tape measure beam than to take the d700.

-----Original Message-----
From: Cap Pennell [mailto:cap at cruzio.com] 
Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2008 1:53 PM
Subject: [aprssig] editable Tactical callsign labels with Google?

What about user-editable Tactical callsign labels on web browser displays
with Google?  Is this available?

This weekend's First Tee event in Pebble Beach, NCA, has the Physically
Challenged (PC) passenger/player shuttles on the map, and using APRS
software their W6TAR* callsign labels can be translated to PC* for local map

But can such "re-labeling with TAC call for local display" be done by
someone using the internet with a .kml file or Google maps too?

aprs.fi or openaprs or ?

73, Cap KE6AFE

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