[HamWAN PSDR] HamWAN Minecraft? .. and TV cartoons?

Jamie Owens jlowens76 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 28 06:29:00 PDT 2020

  Exactly Benjamin lol

On Mon, Sep 28, 2020 at 6:23 AM Benjamin Krueger <ben.krueger at gmail.com>

> "How to destroy joy, discourage participation, and criminalize everything"
> On Sun, Sep 27, 2020, 1:08 AM Chuck Cole <cncole at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> I did not say HamWan had such a list.  The idea of "list" seems out of
>> touch with the type of FCC regulatory language we have.  I referred to Part
>> 97, etc  that is the overall basis for amateur radio to exist.  "having
>> fun" is not explicit in the mission and purpose.  Perhaps kiddie TV
>> cartoons and Laurel and Hardy re-runs should also be archived and regularly
>> shown.  That would be part of the "having fun" list of things, wouldn't it?
>>    I think we completely disagree and I'm not interested in debating this
>> further.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Jamie Owens
>> Sent: Sep 27, 2020 2:35 AM
>> To: Puget Sound Data Ring
>> Subject: Re: [HamWAN PSDR] HamWAN Minecraft?
>> Chuck, I don't recall reading a list of things you CANNOT use HamWAN
>> for. Only that you cannot use encryption. If they set limits on the
>> internet in the early days we would not be where we are now. Cannot
>> restrict everything and expect any sort of good development to ever happen.
>> The limits re:encryption are as far as it should go, other than blatant
>> abuse such as downloading massive amounts or doing other things that affect
>> the performance of the network I do not see how there is any harm in trying
>> to see the usefulness of the network while having a little fun.
>> On Sat, Sep 26, 2020 at 10:46 PM Chuck Cole <cncole at earthlink.net> wrote:
>>> Gaming (ie, pure diversion) sounds contrary to letter and spirit of the
>>> FCC authorizations for amateur service.
>>> I prefer that such things become specific prohibitions and maybe even
>>> punishable offenses since they can jeopardize our having any privileges.
>>> There is no political up side for diversionary gaming.  If games were an
>>> explicit part of experimentation to improve bandwidth and reduce latency,
>>> AND data was both collected and reported in a useful manner, THEN games may
>>> be OK.
>>> Chuck
>>> K4TZO
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Bart Kus
>>> Sent: Sep 27, 2020 1:08 AM
>>> To: Puget Sound Data Ring
>>> Subject: [HamWAN PSDR] HamWAN Minecraft?
>>> Hello,
>>> I've come to realize that games seem compatible with Part 97.  So let's
>>> run a test of this on HamWAN.  I've setup a Minecraft Bedrock server on "
>>> minecraft.hamwan.net" port 19133.  The world has been initiated from
>>> the seed "HamWAN".  :)  If you'd like to build some ham radio related
>>> world, please join and have a go.  I expect many antennas!
>>> I've set the game rules to pvp=off (no hitting each other), and
>>> showcoordinates=true (so people can find each other).
>>> I'd like to hear reports of how the gaming experience is over HamWAN, so
>>> access to the server is limited to ARDC addresses only.  That is, you've
>>> gotta be connecting from or address space.
>>> Have fun!  And remember, don't dig down
>>> <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJQclHtsEE8>.
>>> --Bart
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>> --
>> Thanks,
>> Jamie Owens
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