AMRAD Linux CD
aa4hs at amrad.org
Sat Sep 2 10:08:32 CDT 2006
Frank Gentges writes:
> AMRAD may be in
> a better position to create a LINUX distribution for hams that DEBIAN
> because of our diversity and depth of ham expertise.
I think you've misunderestimated the diversity and depth of ham expertise
Compare this one mailing list with tacos traffic:
Have you tried all of these applications?
Filed bug reports, feature requests or patches
to improve the code?
My suggestion is that we apply our meager resources
to making Debian a better Linux distribution for hams,
and letting that trickle into the derived distributions.
Better yet, get authors of quality software to provide
source via a DFSG license so that others can pitch in
and make improvements.
Seems I can create a customized Live CD in about the
time it takes Terry to download one. So that part of
the project isn't the problem.
 Mind that GNU Radio and other signal processing
tools aren't in the hamradio section, but are categorized
into Communications, Libraries, etc.
 Check out the "World Domination" charts for the Debian
Installer project: http://people.debian.org/~fjp/d-i/d-i_debconf5.pdf
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