Linux in the Ham Shack
Richard has been an Amateur radio operator since 1988. He is currently an Assistant Section Manager, Official Observer, Official Relay Station, Official Emergency Station, and VE Technical Specialist for the ARRL in the North Texas section. He is also an ARES AEC and RACES assistant radio officer for the city of Mesquite.
Russ was first licensed for Amateur Radio in 1993 as N1UYE. After a couple of call sign changes, he chose K5TUX to promote his love of amateur radio and free software. He is on air on Echolink (54711) and works a lot of 80m SSB and 15m CW. He works as a systems administrator for an ISP providing service using the Free Software philosophy and Linux operating system.
Bill is the Linux in the Ham Shack resident show notes taker, occasional co-host, keeper of all knowledge and all-around good guy.
Together, they are the co-hosts of Linux in the Ham Shack. Linux in the Ham Shack is a podcast, a state of mind and a phenomenon. Originally begun to help amateur radio operators move from Microsoft and other closed-source operating systems and applications over to Linux and Free Software, the show has broadened its scope. Now consisting of a bi-weekly audio podcast, live streaming audio, community event sponsorship and general outreach, LHS helps to expose ham radio enthusiasts to FOSS and FOSS enthusiasts to ham radio. Join us every other Tuesday night for the live broadcast, subscribe with your favorite podcatcher, and visit with us at your local ham fest or FOSS convention. We are Linux, ham radio and Open Source for EVERYONE.