News - AMRAD.org is now a Wiki.
Yes, there is a new way to add content at AMRAD.org
As a wiki, it has a sandbox
Wiki editing access is for AMRAD members, newsletter authors, meeting speakers and other invited guests.
When clicking on Edit in the left sidebar, you will authenticate yourself as a member. Your initial credentials are your callsign (in upper case) and password from your AMRAD Newsletter mailing label. (That is in the form PW#####, appearing above your name. If it is not there, then you are currently not paid up, or you have one of our complimentary copies.)
There are a few levels of confusion in the authentication process:
Your username and password are protected in transit over the Internet by an https:// channel.
The https:// uses the self-signed certificate of the host: atanasoff.rf.org
Self-signed certificates used by web servers will most likely cause your browser to complain.
Since the hostname given is not the host amrad.org, your browser will complain.
You will have to tell your browser that you accept this connection and the certificate.
You will then get the prompt window for your AMRAD username and password.
Members without a callsign use last name in uppercase for a username.
Most members will use the callsign in uppercase for a username.
Use the password from the Newsletter label - type the PW in uppercase and the 5 digits.
You are welcome to request another username and password pair... secure form for that will be ready soon.
Enjoy the Wiki