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ARRL Sections - Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Contact Information

Section Name:
Oklahoma
Contact:
Lloyd Colston, KC5FM
Daytime Phone:
(234-564-2775)
Evening Phone:
(234-564-2775)
Email:
kc5fm@arrl.org

Basic Information

Division:
West Gulf
Alert:

RepeaterBook is seeking Administrators.

Question

What are the responsibilities of an admin (moderator)?

Answer

Admins are assigned a state or province and they are generally responsible for the database information pertaining to that area. They will conduct research to locate repeaters and update information, handle requests from site visitors, and review submissions.

 

Admins must be Ham radio operators with some knowledge of repeater operation (repeater owners preferred), some affinity to some basic web programming and attention to detail.

 

The time commitment is not very high. There is some front-end work getting the data entered and updated, but ongoing maintenance is low. The typical admin can spend just 15 minutes per week handling requests and doing some light research. Occasionally, more time is required for the bi-annual data reviews.

 

Won't you consider joining the RepeaterBook Team as an admin.  The work is light and the benefits are keeping this resource as current as possible.

 

 

 

 

 

What are the responsibilities of an admin (moderator)? :: RepeaterBook.com :: Amateur Radio Repeater Directory

Description:

RepeaterBook is seeking Administrators.

Question

What are the responsibilities of an admin (moderator)?

Answer

Admins are assigned a state or province and they are generally responsible for the database information pertaining to that area. They will conduct research to locate repeaters and update information, handle requests from site visitors, and review submissions.

 

Admins must be Ham radio operators with some knowledge of repeater operation (repeater owners preferred), some affinity to some basic web programming and attention to detail.

 

The time commitment is not very high. There is some front-end work getting the data entered and updated, but ongoing maintenance is low. The typical admin can spend just 15 minutes per week handling requests and doing some light research. Occasionally, more time is required for the bi-annual data reviews.

 

Won't you consider joining the RepeaterBook Team as an admin.  The work is light and the benefits are keeping this resource as current as possible.

 

 

 

 

 

What are the responsibilities of an admin (moderator)? :: RepeaterBook.com :: Amateur Radio Repeater Directory

Oklahoma Officials