[AusNOG] Fwd: IAA Disaster Coordination - support for members and community affected by the fires
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On 4 Jan 2020, at 07:48, Damien Gardner Jnr <rendrag at rendrag.net> wrote:
Hams would be in breach of operating conditions to be passing third party messages, so cannot really help the way you're thinking :( (join the HAM Radio Australia group on Facebook - this has been discussed to death).
WICEN, where it exists, has been quite heavily ramped up for months and helping out alongside emergency services :)
On Sat, 4 Jan 2020 at 03:21, Kai <vk6ksj at westnet.com.au<mailto:vk6ksj at westnet.com.au>> wrote:
I think there are a few amateur radio operators on list, if they have
the time and are able to assist does anyone have kit or assistance
available in kind if they're able to any operator able to provide comms
HQ or similar service in current mobile blackspots?
On 3/1/20 6:47 pm, Narelle Clark wrote:
> This message went out today to the members of the Internet Association
> of Australia - with many ISP members and since we’re all technical
> people, offering practical help is in our nature. Hopefully we can get
> some of the local ISPs back on the air as soon as possible.
> FYI - it's intended to provide technical support and help get
> infrastructure back where we can assist.
> If you're in one of the fire affected regions don't be afraid to ask for
> practical help.
> Let's get people reconnected, folks
> Best regards
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> From: *Internet Association of Australia* <donations at internet.asn.au<mailto:donations at internet.asn.au>
> <mailto:donations at internet.asn.au<mailto:donations at internet.asn.au>>>
> Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2020 at 20:42
> Subject: IAA Disaster Coordination - support for members and community
> affected by the fires
> IAA Logo <https://mailout.internet.asn.au/t/i-l-xohril-jjbhjjlq-r/>
> Dear Member,
> We are all feeling the impact of the bushfires raging across Australia
> right now. I know I've experienced a mix of emotions listening to and
> watching the news coverage, the main ones being shock and sympathy.
> I'm sure, however, there will be many of our members directly affected,
> so with that in mind, we would like to reach out to see if there is
> anything we can assist with. Perhaps you have surplus equipment or could
> donate something or time to those in need.
> We are hearing a lot about regional communications outages; can we use
> our expertise and equipment to help get things going again?
> Are there any members, or member businesses, in need of equipment or
> practical assistance at this time? Is there anything that other members
> might have, or could do, that you need?
> Please*email donations at internet.asn.au<mailto:donations at internet.asn.au>
> <mailto:donations at internet.asn.au<mailto:donations at internet.asn.au>> *or *text/WhatsApp on +61412297043*
> and let us know *what you have* to give or*need to get*.
> We will place a list of items and needs onto our website,
> <https://mailout.internet.asn.au/t/i-l-xohril-jjbhjjlq-y/>, that people
> can review, and we will look to coordinating distribution. While it
> won't be possible to get things into evacuation zones this weekend, as
> soon as it is safe we will do our best to get people or gear into areas
> of need.
> Narelle Clark
> General Manager
> Internet Association of Australia
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We rode on the winds of the rising storm,
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We danced among the lightning bolts,
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