Self Introduction: David Sastre
d.sastre.medina at gmail.com
Thu Apr 23 16:12:01 EDT 2020
On Fri, Apr 17, 2020 at 12:57 AM Jerry DeLisle <jvdelisle at charter.net> wrote:
> On 4/16/2020 6:15 AM, David Sastre wrote:
> > I'm still interested in contributing to this SIG and would like to hear
> > back from members.
> I do not see too much action on this list.
> Maybe we should compile a list of current ham radio related
> apps/programs and then identify the ones you want to use. Another way of
> saying this is what are your own interests, radio wise, and do you see a
> need anywhere?
I'd say the wiki pages need some attention, unfortunately, it is not
possible for me to log in to make edits, as per policy to prevent
(Now I understand what @Ben Williams meant in his response to my
request to join this SIG).
What is the expected way to join a group and gain edit privileges in the wiki?
Regarding packaging, I'm currently going through the existing
documentation to understand the process.
> You may not have a good idea on this until you are getting on the air so
> to speak. Myself, I want to try getting digital modes up and running.
> Unfortunately, I get so busy with other stuff I never seem to have the time.
This is mostly new for me as well, as I'm just starting to learn about
the different modes in existence.
For the time being, I think I'd like to start by updating the
information in the wiki while I get familiar with the packaging
(I build packages locally for my own use, but packaging for the
distribution is a different thing)
I'll ask for help/mentorship when I'm confident enough with it.
Is there any wish-list regarding the wiki pages?
As far as I can tell, there is no standard format to present the
content and each SIG does it in a different way.
Updating the list of packages and maybe using a format like in 
could be useful.
In any case, I'd appreciate if somebody in the SIG can point me in the
right direction wrt joining the group and/or getting edit privileges
in the wiki.
Thanks for reading.
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