• Doors/wc5

    From Steve Reader@21:5/107 to All on Sun Oct 9 10:41:36 2022
    Any body Know of a door that will run the international call book on a wc5 system ?
    Steve R
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  • From Charles Blackburn@21:1/221 to Steve Reader on Sun Oct 9 08:45:19 2022
    Re: Doors/wc5
    By: Steve Reader to All on Sun Oct 09 2022 10:41:36

    Any body Know of a door that will run the international call book on a wc5 system ?

    no I dont,m but i did find some packet tnc doors that allows you to use a tnc from a bbs lol.

    is it an online callbook that has an api like qrz?

    if so, it may be simple to build one.

    if you have more info then i'd be willing to take a look

    regards

    Charles Blackburn
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  • From MobbyG@21:1/219 to Charles Blackburn on Fri Nov 4 19:20:15 2022
    The US FCC has an API for doing lookups of the ULS and it's free.
    But it doesn't give any kind of info that would be useful for like QSL.

    I did write a Python script for my Mystic BBS that can download the FCC database, and then do a call sign search. It's all flat text file based so not as fast as a SQL search would be. But it kinda works.

    Can you send me info on those doors for using a TNC on the BBS? I've been thinking about writing something like that for Mystic in Python. But if I don't have to reinvent the wheel, I'm down.

    73!
    Rich, KB2MOB

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  • From Phigan@21:4/10 to MobbyG on Sat Nov 5 12:44:42 2022
    Re: Re: Doors/wc5
    By: MobbyG to Charles Blackburn on Fri Nov 04 2022 19:20:15

    I did write a Python script for my Mystic BBS that can downl
    database, and then do a call sign search. It's all flat text

    This sounds really cool! Would you mind sharing your script?

    Can you send me info on those doors for using a TNC on the B

    Definitely interested in this as well.
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  • From MobbyG@21:1/219 to Phigan on Tue Nov 8 16:15:41 2022
    On 05 Nov 2022, Phigan said the following...

    By: MobbyG to Charles Blackburn on Fri Nov 04 2022 19:20:15
    I did write a Python script for my Mystic BBS that can downl
    database, and then do a call sign search. It's all flat text

    This sounds really cool! Would you mind sharing your script?

    I have it up on my GitHub:
    https://github.com/mobbyg/hamsearch

    Still needs a little work, but feel free!

    73!
    Rich, KB2MOB

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  • From Tracker1@21:3/149 to MobbyG on Thu Nov 17 16:33:04 2022
    On 11/8/22 09:15, MobbyG wrote:

    I have it up on my GitHub:
    https://github.com/mobbyg/hamsearch

    Still needs a little work, but feel free!
    This isn't coming up for me, do you have the repository marked as
    private? Also, before changing it, make sure you don't have any
    sensitive information in the repo or commit history.
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  • From Tracker1@21:3/149 to MobbyG on Thu Nov 17 16:35:36 2022
    On 11/8/22 09:15, MobbyG wrote:

    I have it up on my GitHub:
    https://github.com/mobbyg/hamsearch

    Still needs a little work, but feel free!

    Looks like you fat-fingered the repo name... ;-)

    https://github.com/mobbyg/hamserach

    can rename in the settings tab...
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