Yes, to avoid the issue you raise, i plan to post to this forum and place a link in Slack.
This also means we can have a number of people outside Australia comment and provide review.
The first topic is the channel allocation in Australia, we run 64 channels with both Au915 and AS923 being allowed. Unlike US915 where downlink channels are separate from uplink, in Australia the gateway downlink channels overlapping the top three blocks of 8 channels (FSB6, 7 and 8). . The challenge is to evaluate how Au915 and AS923 can co-exist and understand the impact of one on the other. (I’ve done this professionally before looking at how different cordless phone systems can coexist ie how does DECT perform when other cordless systems are in the same vicinity and then vice-versa).
While we can look back at recent history, we need to be mindful of the evolving technology/ LoraWan standard coming in the next 12 months eg FHSS, repeater operation and also node to node transmissions within a LoraWan umbrella.