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Spike
2018-02-01 09:56:53 UTC
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UKRAM posting stats for January 2018


Posts.....96 [Record low: 18 posts, November 2017]

Posters.....19 [Record low: November 2017, 8 posters]

New threads....7 [Record lows Jul & Apr 2017, Nov 2016, 5 new threads]

Regression analyses using current data suggest that at the estimated
date for the 5000th post, there will be a deficit of 86 posts, in turn
suggesting that the rate of decline has not only been maintained, but
has slightly increased.

For comparison:


RSGBTech: 788 posts


UKRA: 1945 posts
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Spike

"Once you see the RSGB logo you know that you are on the right track"
But to what? Publish RSGBTech/RSGBTechnical's definitions of
'genuine', 'interest', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', and the vetting
policy.
Bernie
2018-02-01 10:00:42 UTC
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Thanks for the news, L'il Burty.
Catweazel
2018-02-01 10:11:27 UTC
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UKRAM posting stats for January 2018
Posts.....96   [Record low: 18 posts, November 2017]
Posters.....19   [Record low: November 2017, 8 posters]
New threads....7 [Record lows Jul & Apr 2017, Nov 2016, 5 new threads]
Regression analyses using current data suggest that at the estimated
date for the 5000th post, there will be a deficit of 86 posts, in turn
suggesting that the rate of decline has not only been maintained, but
has slightly increased.
RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Observing the very recent lack of re-posted posts from a certain
[kill-filed] individual, that certain individual may not be 'along soon'
to take issue.
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Spike
2018-02-01 10:42:39 UTC
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UKRAM posting stats for January 2018
Posts.....96   [Record low: 18 posts, November 2017]
Posters.....19   [Record low: November 2017, 8 posters]
New threads....7 [Record lows Jul & Apr 2017, Nov 2016, 5 new threads]
Regression analyses using current data suggest that at the estimated
date for the 5000th post, there will be a deficit of 86 posts, in turn
suggesting that the rate of decline has not only been maintained, but
has slightly increased.
RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Observing the very recent lack of re-posted posts from a certain
[kill-filed] individual, that certain individual may not be 'along soon'
to take issue.
That's enigmatic, to say the least!
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Spike

"Once you see the RSGB logo you know that you are on the right track"
But to what? Publish RSGBTech/RSGBTechnical's definitions of
'genuine', 'interest', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', and the vetting
policy.
Stephen Thomas Troll
2018-02-01 18:06:23 UTC
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UKRAM posting stats for January 2018
Posts.....96   [Record low: 18 posts, November 2017]
Posters.....19   [Record low: November 2017, 8 posters]
New threads....7 [Record lows Jul & Apr 2017, Nov 2016, 5 new threads]
Regression analyses using current data suggest that at the estimated
date for the 5000th post, there will be a deficit of 86 posts, in turn
suggesting that the rate of decline has not only been maintained, but
has slightly increased.
RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Observing the very recent lack of re-posted posts from a certain
[kill-filed] individual, that certain individual may not be 'along soon'
to take issue.
That's enigmatic, to say the least!
Burt, I think it's an entry for 'The Hambozo Demented Reply To The Wrong
Post' award, Burt. Burt I think he thought he was replying to this, Burt.

"On Wed, 31 Jan 2018 09:40:57 +0000
Post by Spike
On this group we have someone who googles for you, he'll probably be
along soon with a response."
Burt, Thanks, Burt.
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Brian Howie
2018-02-01 10:22:28 UTC
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RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?

Brian
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Spike
2018-02-01 10:42:48 UTC
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RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
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Spike

"Once you see the RSGB logo you know that you are on the right track"
But to what? Publish RSGBTech/RSGBTechnical's definitions of
'genuine', 'interest', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', and the vetting
policy.
Brian Howie
2018-02-01 11:01:01 UTC
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RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.

RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.

Brian
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Brian Howie
2018-02-01 11:07:41 UTC
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RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.

https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php

Brian
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Gareth's Downstairs Computer
2018-02-01 13:37:37 UTC
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RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed  or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
2018-02-01 13:41:20 UTC
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The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
It is also mystifying why the originators of that group set it up
in the first place when the facility was already well catered for here
and the originator is a subscriber here.

Divisive, or what?

Perhaps that originator is the prime cause of decline
in ura?
Bernie
2018-02-01 16:07:02 UTC
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The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
It is also mystifying why the originators of that group set it up
in the first place when the facility was already well catered for here
and the originator is a subscriber here.
Divisive, or what?
What happened to your planned group, Gareth?
Brian Reay
2018-02-01 14:07:42 UTC
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RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed  or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Rambo
2018-02-01 14:30:02 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed  or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Bet STC isn't excluded.
Stephen Thomas Cole
2018-02-02 06:59:54 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech:   788 posts
UKRA:         1945  posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed  or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Bet STC isn't excluded.
You bet right.
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Aeolus 14 Umbra
2018-02-02 10:07:07 UTC
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RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Bet STC isn't excluded.
You bet right.
double standards.....
Spike
2018-02-01 18:44:50 UTC
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The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
 and behave, aren't excluded.
One suspects that in at least one case, that is a blatant perversion of
the facts.
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Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the web site says.....
The site is moderated 'to ensure that the questions are on topic',
but the guidelines mention (a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and
'maker', but not the vetting policy! Is it mere personal prejudice?
Paul Cummins
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the
hobby, and behave, aren't excluded.
Really - why did you exclude M3UJK?
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Roger Hayter
2018-02-01 20:14:56 UTC
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RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See if you
can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
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Roger Hayter
mm0fmf
2018-02-01 20:44:25 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See if you
can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
I'd have thought it was obvious.
Roger Hayter
2018-02-01 21:11:41 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See if you
can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
I'd have thought it was obvious.
Well, go on, tell us then. What am I likely to do to cause trouble on a
moderated technical group?

Or do you think personal animosity is a perfectly good reason for
refusing someone membership of such a group?
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mm0fmf
2018-02-01 21:14:45 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See if you
can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
I'd have thought it was obvious.
Well, go on, tell us then. What am I likely to do to cause trouble on a
moderated technical group?
Or do you think personal animosity is a perfectly good reason for
refusing someone membership of such a group?
I find it hard that you can have got this far through life and not know.
Perhaps, like bad breath or BO or when your wife's playing away, you're
always the last to know.
Roger Hayter
2018-02-01 22:40:19 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to
RSGBTech... > I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs
AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the
hobby, and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See if you
can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
I'd have thought it was obvious.
Well, go on, tell us then. What am I likely to do to cause trouble on a
moderated technical group?
Or do you think personal animosity is a perfectly good reason for
refusing someone membership of such a group?
I find it hard that you can have got this far through life and not know.
Perhaps, like bad breath or BO or when your wife's playing away, you're
always the last to know.
You didn't answer the question.
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Aeolus 14 Umbra
2018-02-02 10:10:34 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See if you
can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
I'd have thought it was obvious.
Well, go on, tell us then. What am I likely to do to cause trouble on a
moderated technical group?
Or do you think personal animosity is a perfectly good reason for
refusing someone membership of such a group?
I find it hard that you can have got this far through life and not know.
Perhaps, like bad breath or BO or when your wife's playing away, you're
always the last to know.
roger is a good guy even though he doesn't like me .....
Aeolus 14 Umbra
2018-02-02 10:09:26 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See if you
can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
I'd have thought it was obvious.
Well, go on, tell us then. What am I likely to do to cause trouble on a
moderated technical group?
Or do you think personal animosity is a perfectly good reason for
refusing someone membership of such a group?
did you expect anything else?......
Bernie
2018-02-02 10:17:33 UTC
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Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Gareth's Downstairs Computer
Post by Brian Howie
Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why
any normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any
radio amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See
if you can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite
and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
I'd have thought it was obvious.
Well, go on, tell us then. What am I likely to do to cause trouble
on a moderated technical group?
Or do you think personal animosity is a perfectly good reason for
refusing someone membership of such a group?
did you expect anything else?......
The Spanish inquisition?
Aeolus 14 Umbra
2018-02-02 11:08:42 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by Gareth's Downstairs Computer
Post by Brian Howie
Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to
RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why
any normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any
radio amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See
if you can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite
and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
I'd have thought it was obvious.
Well, go on, tell us then. What am I likely to do to cause trouble
on a moderated technical group?
Or do you think personal animosity is a perfectly good reason for
refusing someone membership of such a group?
did you expect anything else?......
The Spanish inquisition?
no
Aeolus 14 Umbra
2018-02-02 10:08:41 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Spike
RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See if you
can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
I'd have thought it was obvious.
it's not ...
Aeolus 14 Umbra
2018-02-02 10:07:51 UTC
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RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
Do you include the "blogs" in there ?
If I told you that, it would confirm that I have access to RSGBTech...
I meant UKRA , RSGBtech doesn't entertain blogs AFAIK.
RSGB Tech articles are available on line if you know where to look.
Someone's sussed or the shift to io has scuppered it.
https://www.digitalhams.net/rsgbtech.php
Brian
The listed topics look interesting, so I cannot understand why any
normal well-adjusted individual would wish to exclude any radio
amateurs from that group.
Those who are normal, well adjusted, have genuine interest in the hobby,
and behave, aren't excluded.
Can you, then, explain why you exclude me from your group? See if you
can convince anyone that your reason is not petty spite and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
spot on .......
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national
function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
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2018-02-02 14:46:30 UTC
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national
function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
so why is it called RSGBTec then?.......That is like badging a smart car as
a Mercedes and filling the boot with Mercedes goodies.......It should be
called REAYTec .......
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2018-02-03 08:52:11 UTC
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
so why is it called RSGBTec then?.......That is like badging a smart car as
a Mercedes and filling the boot with Mercedes goodies.......It should be
called REAYTec .......
Whatever it is called, you and your ilk wouldn't get in.

Watching rant and rave about it is rather amusing though.
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Post by Roger Hayter
and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
so why is it called RSGBTec then?.......That is like badging a smart car as
a Mercedes and filling the boot with Mercedes goodies.......It should be
called REAYTec .......
Whatever it is called, you and your ilk wouldn't get in.
Watching rant and rave about it is rather amusing though.
I know best laugh yet...tee hee
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Post by Roger Hayter
and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
so why is it called RSGBTec then?.......That is like badging a smart car as
a Mercedes and filling the boot with Mercedes goodies.......It should be
called REAYTec .......
Whatever it is called, you and your ilk wouldn't get in.
like the masons I wouldn't try to join...that is the best laugh on you...tee
hee
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2018-02-03 12:45:57 UTC
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so why is it called RSGBTec then?.......That is like badging a smart car as
a Mercedes and filling the boot with Mercedes goodies.......It should be
called REAYTec .......
Or AnExpressionOfTheChildishnessOfREAYTech?
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so why is it called RSGBTec then?.......That is like badging a
smart car as a Mercedes and filling the boot with Mercedes
goodies.......It should be called REAYTec .......
Or AnExpressionOfTheChildishnessOfREAYTech?
Oh, t h e I R O N Y.
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
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"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the web site says.....
The site is moderated 'to ensure that the questions are on topic',
but the guidelines mention (a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and
'maker', but not the vetting policy! Is it mere personal prejudice?
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2018-02-03 12:52:20 UTC
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
Os as a P-type semiconductor? :-)
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
wonder if the RSGB would take your money to join on assurance that RSGBTec
is open to all
Spike
2018-02-03 15:07:43 UTC
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
wonder if the RSGB would take your money to join on assurance that RSGBTec
is open to all
Spot the two gaping holes in this short statement from the RSGB web site:

"RSGB uses a combination of dedicated facilities (RSGB Forums),
groups.io and Yahoo! Groups for use by members and non-members. They
are all moderated and all users will need to observe the RSGB’s Internet
Guidelines."

Talk about laugh...
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Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the web site says.....
The site is moderated 'to ensure that the questions are on topic',
but the guidelines mention (a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and
'maker', but not the vetting policy! Is it mere personal prejudice?
Stephen Thomas Cole
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
wonder if the RSGB would take your money to join on assurance that RSGBTec
is open to all
"RSGB uses a combination of dedicated facilities (RSGB Forums),
groups.io and Yahoo! Groups for use by members and non-members. They
are all moderated and all users will need to observe the RSGB’s Internet
Guidelines."
Talk about laugh...
If I'm honest, Burt, I reckon your abject terror of a couple of young
children on your estate is much funnier.
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Aeolus 14 Umbra
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
wonder if the RSGB would take your money to join on assurance that RSGBTec
is open to all
"RSGB uses a combination of dedicated facilities (RSGB Forums),
groups.io and Yahoo! Groups for use by members and non-members. They
are all moderated and all users will need to observe the RSGB's Internet
Guidelines."
Talk about laugh...
If I'm honest, Burt, I reckon your abject terror of a couple of young
children on your estate is much funnier.
Canvey island rally today.....
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
wonder if the RSGB would take your money to join on assurance that RSGBTec
is open to all
"RSGB uses a combination of dedicated facilities (RSGB Forums),
groups.io and Yahoo! Groups for use by members and non-members. They
are all moderated and all users will need to observe the RSGB's Internet
Guidelines."
Talk about laugh...
If I'm honest, Burt, I reckon your abject terror of a couple of young
children on your estate is much funnier.
Canvey island rally today.....
I didn't make it, was too busy. :(
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
wonder if the RSGB would take your money to join on assurance that RSGBTec
is open to all
"RSGB uses a combination of dedicated facilities (RSGB Forums),
groups.io and Yahoo! Groups for use by members and non-members. They
are all moderated and all users will need to observe the RSGB's Internet
Guidelines."
Talk about laugh...
If I'm honest, Burt, I reckon your abject terror of a couple of young
children on your estate is much funnier.
Canvey island rally today.....
I didn't make it, was too busy. :(
That's a shame...how is the finger? .....
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
wonder if the RSGB would take your money to join on assurance that RSGBTec
is open to all
"RSGB uses a combination of dedicated facilities (RSGB Forums),
groups.io and Yahoo! Groups for use by members and non-members. They
are all moderated and all users will need to observe the RSGB's Internet
Guidelines."
Talk about laugh...
If I'm honest, Burt, I reckon your abject terror of a couple of young
children on your estate is much funnier.
Canvey island rally today.....
I didn't make it, was too busy. :(
That's a shame...how is the finger? .....
All better now.
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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national
function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
wonder if the RSGB would take your money to join on assurance that RSGBTec
is open to all
"RSGB uses a combination of dedicated facilities (RSGB Forums),
groups.io and Yahoo! Groups for use by members and non-members. They
are all moderated and all users will need to observe the RSGB's Internet
Guidelines."
Talk about laugh...
If I'm honest, Burt, I reckon your abject terror of a couple of young
children on your estate is much funnier.
Canvey island rally today.....
I didn't make it, was too busy. :(
That's a shame...how is the finger? .....
All better now.
good ......

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and unworthy of
the moderator of a group which purports to perform a national function.
And uses the name and symbols of the national society to do so.
shocking
But they covered their arses.
http://rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-notices/2017/04/07/rsgbtech-yahoo-group-the-rsgb/
Not very well, that's as full of holes as a Swiss cheese.
wonder if the RSGB would take your money to join on assurance that RSGBTec
is open to all
"RSGB uses a combination of dedicated facilities (RSGB Forums), groups.io
and Yahoo! Groups for use by members and non-members. They are all
moderated and all users will need to observe the RSGB’s Internet
Guidelines."
Talk about laugh...
how can you observe the guidelines if you are blackballed?......
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UKRAM posting stats for January 2018
Posts.....96
A hundred or so posts a month to a niche-interest Usenet newsgroup in 2018
still feels like quite the triumph, Burt.
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Posters.....19 [Record low: November 2017, 8 posters]
New threads....7 [Record lows Jul & Apr 2017, Nov 2016, 5 new threads]
Regression analyses using current data suggest that at the estimated
date for the 5000th post, there will be a deficit of 86 posts, in turn
suggesting that the rate of decline has not only been maintained, but
has slightly increased.
Nurse! He's gone again!
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RSGBTech: 788 posts
UKRA: 1945 posts
LOL YFI
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