One would think that these three last heard links plus the two G2/Dplus last heard links in the original post above would provide a complete end user client "last heard picture". However, it does not. There must be another D-Star DNS network that has the rest or a reason why D-Star users are heard on repeaters, but do not show up on a last heard list. I am trying to find it and hopefully they have a last heard page served on the public web. Does anyone know the name of the network and where it's live last heard page is, if it exists?
The reason I am asking this is many new local D-Star users ask "How do I find what the other ham is using for call signs in their radios or devices?" D-Star continues to be a learning process for new users. The more information we can provide, the faster they can learn. I cannot provide these users with complete answers. I wish we had one network like ircddb.net that had everyone on it as they keyed up.
Thank you for hosting the D-Star Roundtable. It is a great D-Star resource!
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k7exj: Sorry to see the roundtable net close. I learned a lot listening to this net and I'm going to miss the discussions. I wish Mike all the best... you made the net a success and ran the best VHF/UHF voice net I ever was involved with. 73 all.
Apr 26, 2019 6:44:27 GMT -8
TG9AOR: I just found out the net is coming to an end. I want to thank you Mike N6HKH and all the team that put this effort together to bring us helpful information. I enjoyed listening live and had tuned to the podcasts since episode 118. Godspeed to all.
Apr 26, 2019 22:23:51 GMT -8
W5SLG: Sorry I missed this Net this last week, Truly one of a kind net. Thank you Mike N6HKH 73's New Call sign W5SLG
Apr 28, 2019 15:19:46 GMT -8
N0RSR: Sad to see this net end, best of luck Mike
Apr 29, 2019 19:11:54 GMT -8
k6jm: 5/2 - Tuned into XRF002A at 7pm PDT just to see if anyone was there. Had a few very nice QSOs. Everyone had heard the net is no more, but it was fun to talk. XRF002A is still a great reflector.
May 2, 2019 18:45:31 GMT -8