Are they? I didn't see how they were doing that. I'd like the League to promote technology and education in general and ham radio in particular as an excellent way to do it. I don't have any special interest in either Winlink or Pactor. I'm here (and filing FCC comments) because Winlink/Pactor4 is only the latest target of a perennial backlash against technological progress on the ham bands. I'm especially concerned about any attempt to change the longstanding rule that only a specific intention to obscure an amateur communication counts as a prohibited code or cipher. This is crucial because anything one might do to use the spectrum more efficiently invariably makes a communication harder to monitor.