[pskmail] Re: SA6BQZ-1

  • From: "Rein Couperus" <rein@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 21:24:04 +0200 (CEST)

I find this a strange reaction, and I am disappointed that we handle it in this 
The whole thing is caused by a misunderstanding, and I have explained this to 
Per in a private mail.
I estimate the chance pskmail will be used by an NGO instead of winlink is 0.1%.
If that would be the case we should be glad, but I am afraid it will not 

PSKmail is open source, and it will remain so. 
We have had discussions during the meeting how we communicate with our user 
I don't think this is very helpful.

Anyway, I will continue doing this for the fun of it...


>mån 2011-09-26 klockan 16:36 +0200 skrev Gunnar Bulukin:
>> Hi,
>> My "non profit" server will be of the air for a while.
>> 73 de Gunnar
>This reaction is my fault. I had hoped we could handle this internally
>but I guess its best I explain things now. Gunnar called me and among
>things we discussed the conference. We also talked about why I
>temporarily had shut down my server while thinking things through.
>At the conference it was announced that some organizations are looking
>into using pskmail and they would like to have a company to turn to.
>So, a company will be formed that these organizations can turn to for
>support agreements etc. There was also hardware options discussed with
>possibly ready made solutions. All this will be a part of the coming
>conference protocol. Now, I have nothing against creating a business.
>Its just that for me personally it puts all that time I devote to this
>in a new light.
>Why should I add new features, test, release new versions, update manual
>and presentations, have the server and subversion server running 24/7
>and do many, many hours of user support when there is a commercial
>interest getting paid for my time?
>I am quite possibly reacting too fast and too much so I am just taking a
>short break while I reassess the situation. I will let the transceiver
>cool down for a while, it certainly has worked hard since 2005 so it
>needs some maintenance, and then see where we are headed with this.
>73 de Per, sm0rwo

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