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RE: P3D telnet servers

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jon Ogden [mailto:na9d@mindspring.com]
> Sent: Friday, 1 December 2000 16:30
> To: Tony Langdon; 'Gilbert Mackall'; amsat-bb@amsat.org
> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] P3D telnet servers
> For that matter, we need to have some sort of centralized 
> server system like
> we have with Steve Dimse's APRServe.  Any station can send info to his
> server on the internet and from there it goes out to all 
> other connected
> stations.  So you get APRS traffic from all over the world.

Maybe, would like to ponder other methods of doing it as well, though a
server is one solution, or a network of servers, like IRC uses.

> It would be cool to be able to connect to one server that is receiving
> telemetry from stations all over the world.

Yes, it would. :)
> Of course, I am not a bit head and don't have the skills to 
> figure out how
> to do such a thing!

Neither am I.  Could have been, but chose not to (would have driven me
insane over a period of time ;) ).  Would like to be a weekend code hacker
tho ;) 

nb:  Hacker as in someone who plays with code, not someone who breaks into
systems, which is more correctly termed a "cracker".
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