It's unlikely that I'd be in anybody's log! I started running a BBS in 1996 and I've hardly touched a microphone since! The BBS grew to 1x70cm, 2x2m, 1x20m, 1x30m and 1x40m ports. I was on 25 acres so room for antennas was readily available. When Packet started to die I moved to an APRS Igate and satgate. Then a gap in activities until I started to get the satgate running at this new location. That, ADS-B and compiling Linux programs and kernels keep the mind active. When I think EME I think of the late VK3ATN who achieved 2m moonbounce in the 60s despite being told it would never work. Ray had a huge, steerable stacked Rhombic antenna. I've heard a few FM signals trough the LEOs but voice doesn't interest me these days.
The call does ring a bell now. I ran FBB and NOS with some IP and HF forwarding for a while. Then Pactor and a bit of Winlink.