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# AMRAD mailing lists
The general AMRAD gathering place for open discussion. The name is
derived from the practice of members' meeting every Saturday to
have tacos for lunch (and discussing Very Important Topics).
Closed list for AMRAD Board of Directors
# How To Subscribe
For the lists listed above as links, click on the link to go to
the mailman page that will guide you through subscription via
Don't even think of spamming here. The Communications Decency Act
may be defunct, the old NSFNET "acceptable use" policies have
fallen by the way, laws against Junk Fax may or may not stand up
in court, but we still have the FCC's rules on
Prohibited Amateur Communications.
These lists exist for the purposes of the AMRAD charter: to develop
skills and knowledge in radio and electronic technology, advocate
design of experimental equipment and techniques, promote basic and
applied research, organize technical forums and symposiums,
collect and disseminate technical information, and provide
Think of these lists as either Amateur Radio repeaters or
technical forums (fora?) and act accordingly. Also bear in mind
that as the AMRAD electronic community grows, there may be list
members who need special encouragement to learn of our higher
community standards of conduct.