I was somewhat concerned to see your remarks over on the RSGB 5MHz
Litmus Test forum Pete
(http://rsgbdata.net/yabb/YaBB.pl?board=litmus2). Like John G3WGV I was
wondering who the 'Pete' was who was posting fairly useful
contributions to the debate. You seemed to take offence when G3WGV
asked what your callsign was, but not quite sure why (John is not on
the RSGB board, just another user like the rest of us). Yes, the YaBB
forum software is far from best, and you were confused about which
boxes to complete when you joined, but so was I.
What is encouraging is that after only a couple of days that forum has
answered most of the questions that need to be fed back to Ofcom on the
proposals, and by and large the discussion has been positive. Unlike
the EGM discussion last year on the same forum that did get a lot of
criticism (and personally I am a little disappointed they didn't move
to different software or maybe a Yahoogroup).
As said on the Litmus Test, your comments were useful, so sorry you
have decided to withdraw. Those discussions are another example of what
the RSGB is doing on our behalf.
73 Dave G3YMC
On 2 Mar 2012 at 12:21, M0FMT wrote:
> I can site an issue on 5megs would you believe, a band I thought that
> was clear of the deaded policeman since it was an NoV band and not a
> band hijacked by the RSGB. I joined the 5meg new band
> proposal discussion group only for that to start again. I just won't
> stand for jumped up people insulting me like that any more, sorry. So I
> resigned "no great loss" I can hear you say.