Southern California Packet Radio BBS Information
Amateur Packet Radio MailBoxes and bulletin boards in the Western United
States are linked and provide automatic message forwarding via a network
called WestNet. Message traffic entered at any member system will be forwarded
within this network automatically, and traffic destined for locations outside
of WestNet will be processed to the nearest gateway station for proper
List supplied by Glen Warren, KM6RZ
Glenn became silent key week of 16 December 2001
Regional Information SCAPS
In the Southern California area, the AX.25 BBS systems were represented
to WestNet by a local organization called the Southern California Association
of Packet Sysops also known as SCAPS. This organization was
self policing and made appropriate decisions for our local BBS network.
SCAPS last met November 18, 2000 at 1:00 P.M. at the address below.
Sysops wishing to be informed of the nest meeting date and time should
request to be put on the SCAPS re-mailer by sending an amateur radio packet
message to: [email protected]#SCA.CA.USA.NOAM. Alternatively, one may subscribe
via internet by clicking on the Yahoo Groups icon or by sending an E-Mail
via the "Click to subscribe" hyper text provided below.
or corrections for these pages may be sent to [email protected]