[FRC] FYI... Florida Repeater Council Information

Frank Pliska frankpliska at comcast.net
Wed Oct 12 07:33:36 EDT 2016

I have also submitted a request to be removed from the FRC email list 3 weeks ago  

                  Frank Pliska III
             RF Systems Engineer
         FrankPliska at Comcast.net

> On Oct 11, 2016, at 5:17 PM, Richard J Reuther <rjreuther at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> Please... I beg of you, remove me from this list!
> Rick Reuther
> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Oct 11, 2016, at 10:53, Bryan Fields <Bryan at bryanfields.net> wrote:
>>> On 10/10/16 5:46 PM, kg4ugk wrote:
>>> We all carry ourselves a certain way when broadcasting on air, as we are 
>>> governed by the FCC and choose our words wisely. All I'm asking is that we 
>>> conduct ourselves in the same civilized manner we would on air.
>> I always encourage people to voice their viewpoint, in person, on air, or in
>> email.  I also say the great thing about radio is if you don't want to listen
>> to some one talk, change the channel.  I've had to do this a few times over
>> the years.
>>> While we may not all agree with Brian's methods or tactics.. I actually
>>> took the time to have a voice call with him and hear his side, as well as
>>> have an articulated conversation on some of the practices of the FRC and
>>> some other governing bodies.
>> Shawn, I appreciated your call and conversation.
>> As I said, I was not left with many options from the FRC leadership to contact
>> the members via other means.  If anyone wants off this list, you can do or ask
>> me.  I know we had some people with forwarded addresses and I needed headers
>> to reconcile those.  I've removed most within hours of asking.
>>> Hacking/Cracking/Unsecured/Breached/Test what ever you want to call it..
>>> according to the ARRL the FRC is the responsible party for coordination in
>>> the state of Florida. According to ARRL the FRCs website is
>>> http://florida-repeaters.org and according to their site, the information
>>> was never publicly released and was obtained by other means.
>> This contradicts the information I've been given regarding how it was
>> obtained.  I've been told it was on a public website.  I believe Mr. Fletcher
>> is trying to deflect blame onto others.
>>> As I am on the fence about being contacted against the FRC, I have been
>>> intrigued by this email list, it's put me in contact with some people whom
>>> I probably wouldn't have had other means of reaching. The 20 emails from
>>> the same person asking to be removed was more of an annoyance than the list
>>> itself.
>> It's my hope the signal to noise ratio improves over time, and that seams to
>> be the case.
>>> The fact that others are choosing to mirror this private information just
>>> disturbs me further.
>> Others are mirroring it and providing access to the listings now that the FRC
>> website has removed them.
>> Further all FRC me
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