That sounds like a great idea. I use dx cluster for the ham bands and it's
Could there be any way of showing where the listener is based?
Hand definitely up!
On Mon, 11 Mar 2019, 19:20 Mike Sanburn, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I like the idea---I have used similar on the ham bands in the past.
> Mike Sanburn
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> Subject: [IRCA] Live DX spotter / chat system *show of hands*
> Last week someone posted a "wouldn't it be great if we had a
> live DX spotter chat window web site 100% dedicated to SWBCing
> and/or MW DXing ?"
> You know, a place where you could quickly sign in and post an alert that
> you're hearing HCJB on 9560 khz or Voice of the Voyager on 6160 khz...
> or there is a great TA opening to the West Coast...
> Show of hands: Who would use a system like this?
> I have some free server space and some ideas about domain names that could
> be fun...
> Anyway... hands!?
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