HamBSD Development Log 2020-05-07

submited 08 May 2020

The HamBSD project aims to bring amateur packet radio to OpenBSD, including support for TCP/IP over AX.25 and APRS tracking/digipeating in the base system. Right now, work on HamBSD is still looking at improvements to aprsisd(8). Next steps: - Keep track of number of packets uploaded and downloaded - Add those statistics to station capabilities packet

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