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Old July 7th 03, 01:21 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Harry Bloomfield
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Default Discussion groups!


It seems that every time I make mention of one of the specialist
discussion groups which I have set up, that some new members join
them.. So just to remind the new comers to the hobby about the groups
which I have personally set up and to invite you to perhaps consider
joining some of them.

Exactly similar in aims to this newsgroup, except for the fact that it
is moderated in an attempt to retain a more friendly and helpful
atmosphere. The only moderation in use, is one of exceed the boundaries
and expect to loose your membership of the group. No one has yet had
their membership ended in all the time this group has been operating.
It is open to everyone... SWL's, FL, IL, even Full A's and L.A. B's

For the discussion of amateur radio use of the 80211b wireless LAN

This is a 'by invitation only group', only open to members who are busy
helping with the production of our free Amateur Radio Courses. Every
one is invited to muck in to help us produce the best possible free
courses available for the Foundation Licence, the Intermediate Licence
and the Full Licence (RAE). We have done a great deal, but there is
still much to be done. The free ARC courses have resided for some years
now at http://www.ukradioamateur.org/

A group dedication to the exchange of information and discussion of the
International Museums Weekend which takes place every year in mid June.

All the above are currently fairly quiet and generally in need of the
activity to be stirred up a bit. I like active groups ;-)

I am also a member of a number of other specialised interest amateur
radio groups on Yahoo.

Harry (M1BYT)...

Remove the 'NOSPAM' in my email address to reply.

Free Amateur Radio Courses:-

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