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Re: As SUGGESTED



You are wrong Luc.  I as well as many others here believe these requests 
have been made.


>Here is one of many definition of LIE and it is this one who should 
>applied in the present context.
>
>TO CONVEY A FALSE IMPRESSION OR PRACTISE DECEPTION
>
>When referencing  the previously time line SAREX BB messages, we cannot 
>see  absolutly no intent to mislead
>or deceive, but two facts remain FALSE IMPRESSION and PRACTISE DECEPTION.
>
>Again here there is a summary of events and data in a digest format in a 
>way " to back up our statements"
>
>27 feb 2003
>
>"We are working with the Mission ops folks to get the packet reactivated
>again and to make sure it stays on.  Stay tuned."
>
>"we have made several requests to turn the packet system on through the 
>Mission Control Center (not an easy
>thing to do for a secondary activity).  Each time, the packet system was 
>reactivated and within an orbit, it
>was gone again"
>
>6 MONTH LATER!
>---------------------
>
>August 20 2003
>
>"You have all be extremely patient regarding the problems with the packet
>system.  Thank you for your patience.  I know I have not been to
>communicative about the packet system lately, but the ARISS-International
>team has been working *very hard* to get this issue debugged and back on
>line."
>
>"I don't want to raise expectations too high, but it appears that there
>might be an opportunity as early as 13:00 UTC tomorrow where the packet may
>get re-activated."
>
>
>"We will keep you informed as things unfold over the next couple of
>days.  As I promised weeks ago, I hope to give you all a full briefing on
>what it has taken to get packet up and running as soon as we get more
>information from the crew."
>
>
>August 21 2003
>
>"As I stated yesterday, We will continue to keep you informed on the
>on-going, drawn-out saga on the packet system."
>
>
>" Well, it should be obvious at this point that the packet is still not
>working.  The procedure we (US and Russian teams) generated did not get
>uplinked to the crew.  Our plans were to have a one-on-one discussion with
>Ed Lu around 13:00 UTC today as he debugged the packet module issue.  We
>got word right before the pass that the radiogram did not get
>uplinked."
>
>"... To ensure this gets done before Expedition 8 (yes...before
>November) we are asking that the crew perform the procedures without an
>audio debug session.  This may occur as early as this weekend."
>
>  "Many of these individuals are painfully aware
>of our problem and have agreed to work with us to resolve this"
>
>"I know many of you are frustrated.  We are too"
>
>"Further, I am convinced we will resolve this
>process problem and move on to other challenges...including the
>installation of the Phase 2 hardware in a couple of months.
>
>Please keep the faith.  We promise to continue to keep you informed as
>events unfold on the packet issue."
>
>
>August 23 2003
>
>"It is our understanding that sometime on Sunday (tomorrow) Yuri will
>be reconnecting the 2 meter equipment, turning power back on and
>configuring the system for packet operation on the standard packet
>channel.  This will probably be early in the day for those in North America"
>
>"I would ask all to please keep your packet stations on and report any
>packet activity, if any, on this reflector.  If the system gets shut off,
>we will work with the US and Russian control centers to have it turned back
>on.".
>
>
>September 1 2003:
>
>"The first installment of the Phase 2 hardware"
>
>A long message depicting Phase 2 hardware, without a word about THE PACKET 
>SYSTEM. (my comments)
>
>3 MONTHS LATER...
>
>December 2 2003
>
>What happens with the packet system since septembre 1st??? OUF!!! OUF!!! 
>OUF!!!
>
>I understand the writer position and i will never change my position for 
>his position. I rather want to enter
>in prieshood...
>
>As i stated only the facts taken from the original texts it is sad for one 
>individual to carry on  his back
>the  "FALSE IMPRESSIONS" and  be tagged to "PRACTISE DECEPTION" . IT IS 
>NOT THIS INDIVIDUAL WHO IS AT STAKE
>HERE BUT AN OBVIOUS SAD CONJECTURE.
>
>Its like a man alone in mooving sands the more he's struggle to get 
>out  the more he plunge in it
>
>As the Fleetwood mac song..TELL ME LIES TELL ME LITTLE SWEETEST LIES.
>
>
>SUGGESTIONS...
>
>Stop any announcements about the packet affair until someone can switch it 
>ON PERMANENTLY. Im not a space PHD
>engeneer but i know these 3 simple thing...
>
>1-Flip the switches ON and connect the antennas
>2-Connect the TNC with the rs-232 port and configure the TNC
>3-Unplug the TNC fron the PC and let the system alone digipeating.
>
>WHY COMPLICATE UNCOMPLICATED THINGS?
>
>When this wil be prove in a normal and steady condition make an 
>announcement GATES OPEN go ahead!
>
>Thats for the packet part, for the voice part i don't want to enter in 
>that discussion AGAIN!  see my
>previous comments.
>
>YES we all know how we are lucky and fortunate to be in space
>YES we all know how devoted the NASA , ARISS, AMSAT folks are and we 
>congratulates them a lot
>YES we all know this not a corporate affair IT'S HAM STUFF...THE RIGHT ONE...
>
>But after saying this we will enter a new year soon . Can we forget about 
>what is planned, forecast, to be
>done, to come soon, to be realised, to be acomplish soon... and wait 
>praying the day of salvation where we
>will see our DCD led illuminated again at 145.800MHZ.
>
>My blood pressure will be probably more stable as my temper...
>
>As someone said I GO UNDER MY ROCK...
>
>Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
>Coordonnateur AMSAT pour le Québec
>Quebec AMSAT coordinator
>AMSAT MEMBER (33583)
>Sites web sites: www.qsl.net/ve2dwe
>                           www.sorel-tracy.qc.ca/~luclebla/
>
>Echolink node 115340 VE2DWE-L
>Echolink node 101810 VE2DWE
>
>P.O. Box 341
>Sorel-Tracy  QC.
>Canada
>J3P 5T6

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