Greetings from Winter Park, FL: We have completed the basics of our move
into our apartment and I'm back on line. It will be a little while longer
before I get back to the thermal issues of Eagle, however.
Dick Jansson, KD1K
I had a big mess happen here. My RAID disk recovered the computer but
it did so at the expense of 24 hours emails and all files stored in the
last since 12:59 AM last night. I have no idea what happened. I am
grateful the RAID restored itself but this is a pain as you might
imagine. It took the RAID 4.5 hours to rebuild itself.
I am back in action again and recovering.
AMSAT Director and VP Engineering. Member: ARRL, AMSAT-DL,
TAPR, Packrats, NJQRP, QRP ARCI, QCWA, FRC. ARRL SDR WG Chair
"Taking fun as simply fun and earnestness in earnest shows
how thoroughly thou none of the two discernest." - Piet Hine
Reminder, TeamSpeak conference Tuesday, 13 March.
I'll post the agenda tomorrow nithg.
In general, it wil consist of status reports from each team on their
pieces. In aprticular, I want o hear from power, IHU, CAN.
Thanks & 73,
Ed's note goes to my agenda for next Tuesday's TeamSpeak conference. I
need updates, particularly from CAN/IHU3, power, UHF receiver ATP Peer
If you have something now, pls send ASAP.
Thanks & 73,
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [amsat-bb] Journal Articles
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 07:20:40 -0500
From: Ed Long <wa4swj(a)hotmail.com>
To: AMSAT-BB <amsat-bb(a)amsat.org>
It's actually past time to submit articles for the next issue of the Journal. I have a few articles already but, as always, I need more. I'm just back from a fairly long business trip out of the country so I haven't had any time to issue calls for papers. So, if you have anything please forward it right away. I'll be working on the next issue next week.
I've received a few nice comments from several readers about the Journal. Thank you!! And also thanks to the great authors we have. Without them the Journal could not exist.
Editor, The AMSAT Journal
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During the last upgrade the special EaglePedia skin for non-Eagle
team members was no longer needed. However it appeared that at least
one team member had that skin in their preferences and this made it
impossible for them to log on. There is no way for me to tell if
this is affecting other members, but the situation has been partially
cleared up. If you did have this skin as a preference the system will
now switch you over to the "Classic" skin and you can change your
skin preferences there. Here are the steps to do that:
1) Log on to EaglePedia with your user name and password
2) Go into Preferences (link is in the upper right)
3) Select "Skins"
4) Select "Monobook"
This will make sure you have the same skin (and same user expereince)
as is intended.
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