another wl2k keeper

Bill V WA7NWP wa7nwp at
Wed Mar 3 10:29:39 PST 2010

> Keyboard to Keyboard is fine when you want to chat.  IRC, IM and Converse
> are perfect examples of when it's applicable.
> But in a packetized world, there's no reason why both couldn't exist over
> the same protocol.
> People would get more bang-for-buck out of a store-n-forward design...
> especially on HF.

Right, right and right.   From the WL2K use case and technology at
hand (*TOR acking modes) their position is perfectly reasonable.

Likewise in a packetized world it's painless to throw in some
keyboard/IM packets.


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