[aprssig] AVRS Online

Raffaello Di Martino raffaello.dimartino at kwos.org
Sat Jan 15 19:48:26 EST 2011

Hi John,
I'm new in the list, my name is Raffaello IZ0QWM.

I've just now compiled and now your software is up and running.
Just one trick for the italians OM: you have to set the english(USA) 
Regional settings to correctly insert the POINT in the database.
In Italy we use the comma to separate the decimals.

Sometimes I got some exception that I will check like:
Bad input decimals: %
Bad minutes value - 60.0 or over
Bad lng sign character

I will check the string received and the error in parsing.

But now, I should understand how to use it :-)

73's de IZ0QWM

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John Gorkos" <jgorkos at gmail.com>
To: "TAPR APRS Mailing List" <aprssig at tapr.org>
Sent: Saturday, January 15, 2011 10:58 PM
Subject: Re: [aprssig] AVRS Online

> Fair enough, the masses have spoken.  -L Echolink nodes are now imported 
> and
> listed in the AVRS DB.  I don't really know enough about echolink to
> understand the differentiation, so I didn't include them.
> John Gorkos
> On Sat, Jan 15, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Eric Hansen <skyssx at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Another reason to enable AVRS to echolink -L; one could easily be set up 
>> to
>> run APRStt concurrently, enabling D-STAR/APRS calls to his callsign when
>> checked in at the link.
>>> Any particular reason for not using -L nodes?  In my location, all of 
>>> the
>>> -R EchoLinks are 440 and the sole 2m is a -L link.  However, that link 
>>> is
>>> just as good as a repeater (IMHO) as the owner keeps it open and 
>>> supports up
>>> to 10 concurrent connections.  He's also an IRLP node, so I have the 
>>> best of
>>> both networks available in my local area on 2m, but you're currently
>>> skipping over the EchoLink capability.


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