[aprssig] Multi control station situational awareness - How's this supposed to work?

kk4kfg kkf4kfg at jarsprep.net
Tue Dec 3 07:10:49 EST 2019

Seems like a perfect fit for TARPN to me.


On Tue, 2019-12-03 at 02:24 +0000, Eric H. Christensen via aprssig
> I second Michael's thoughts here.  Old packet systems really were
> great for handling this type of information.  Nothing fancy; it just
> got the job done.
> Really, what might be good in your situation is a hybrid approach.  A
> list of information that is passed around via BBSs and real time
> information about where supplies can be found on APRS.  Putting the
> information on APRS allows everyone the ability to see what resources
> are available (and where) without having to call into a net and
> asking.  As one net control signs off and another signs on, they can
> adopt the objects from the retiring station to keep the objects
> flowing and up to date (make sure you keep the hops down).  The bulk
> lists, check-ins, and other resources can be passed around on the BBS
> where it's easier to make that information available in long text
> form.
> Oh, and while you have the BBS up, make sure you make use of its
> capabilities of handling personal messages as well!
> 73,
> Eric WG3K
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