Amateur Radio Chat Server with a modern interface
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commit dde3dd3203e546d7c9d61bd9f20528b66e6325ac
parent 041ff6cb40b550e620bfc1b18d83f4d530601193
Author: Josh Moore <>
Date:   Fri, 20 Dec 2019 19:03:05 -0500

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diff --git a/ b/ @@ -26,6 +26,8 @@ You can perform certain actions by sending `/<command> [options ...]` to the ser * `/ping [-r]` This will reset your timer, preventing you from being timed-out and disconnected. Include the `-r` flag to receive a verbal indication that the server heard you. When you are connected as a client, this command is automatically sent at regular intervals, so you don't need to send it manually. +* `/disconnect` End your session and disconnect from the server. You should send this command instead of just closing your window and letting the server time you out after a few minutes. It wastes bandwidth if the server forwards you messages you're not trying to receive. + ### Guidelines/Etiquette Remember that while ARCS "looks like" a standard Internet chat application, the backend is based almost entirely on APRS. Because of this, we will be expected to use ARCS differently than we use Discord or IRC. Most of these guidelines are intended for us to be good neighbors to other users of APRS. @@ -46,3 +48,5 @@ Thank you for taking the time to look at ARCS. You can contribute by sending pul Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions about ARCS or packet radio in general, one of my goals is to get more hams to use packet! 73 KD2SIX + +![server.jpg]( "Humble server setup")