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GeoClock 5.1

Subject: GeoClock 5.1
Date: Fri Nov 5 11:31:28 1993
Has anyone upload GeoClock5 5.1 to an ftp site?  73 de Walt - K2WK

>From georgen@redwood.stortek.com (George Noyes x5698)  Fri Nov  5 16:55:22 1993
From: georgen@redwood.stortek.com (George Noyes x5698) (George Noyes x5698)
Subject: CW SS....
Message-ID: <9311051655.AA07403@redwood.stortek.com>

See you all in CW SS this weekend.... Pse VE8/VY1 look for me :-)
73 de George W1XE  (That's Colorado -  NOT Connecticut!!!!).

>From Jim Reisert AD1C  05-Nov-1993 1208 <reisert@wrksys.enet.dec.com>  Fri Nov 
> 5 17:03:11 1993
From: Jim Reisert AD1C  05-Nov-1993 1208 <reisert@wrksys.enet.dec.com> (Jim 
Reisert AD1C 05-Nov-1993 1208)
Subject: GeoClock 5.1
Message-ID: <9311051703.AA00496@us1rmc.bb.dec.com>

------------------Reply to mail dated 5-NOV-1993 12:07:28.59------------------

You can find it at:


>From Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton@engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM  Fri Nov  5 19:50:00 
From: Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton@engineer.clemsonsc.NCR.COM (Skelton, Tom)
Subject: FW: Multi-Single Contest Ethics
Message-ID: <2CDAAEBA@admin.ClemsonSC.NCR.COM>

Isn't there the rule that the transmitter (except for families)
used may only be used with one callsign for the contest,or
is this just in the ARRL contests???   73, Tom WB4IUX
From: Steven M London +1 303 538 4763
To: cq-contest
Subject: Multi-Single Contest Ethics

Heard during CQWW Phone :

Rare DX:  QRZ from QR0QRM ...

...Roar of Pileup ....

Rare DX:  PJ4/N3ED you're 5936

PJ4/N3ED:  Roger, you're 5909.  Can you QSY to XXXXX.X and work PJ1B ?

Rare DX: Roger, will QSY now to XXXXX.X

I see nothing in the rules prohibiting this.  Perhaps there ought to be
a rule about operators at a multi-single making QSO's with other callsigns
as a way of skirting the 10 minute rule ?

Steve, N2IC/0

>From Jim Hollenback <jholly@hposl42.cup.hp.com>  Fri Nov  5 17:16:20 1993
From: Jim Hollenback <jholly@hposl42.cup.hp.com> (Jim Hollenback)
Subject: Rule change?
Message-ID: <9311051716.AA19930@hposl42.cup.hp.com>

Regarding skirting the 10-minute rule by getting the rare DX to QSY ....

The rare DX could have said...
        "I plan to be on XX meters at ????UTC, QRZ?"
Or more succinctly...
        "No, QRZ?"
If the rare DX wishes to leave his industrial grade pileup to work another
station that has a industrial grade pile up, so be it.  What's the problem,
you missed the rare DX? I've missed plenty.  I suggest that we make a rule
that rare DX can't call CQ, and if they do, they must work US by call areas
with more time given to 6's if they are in Africa.  That should help level
the field and give me a better chance of working them.  But then, what is
rare DX?   
If we are going to make a rule saying that <insert large contest station call>
can't get a station to QSY, what rule are we going to put into place
for the single ops? 


>From Rus Healy <0006147675@mcimail.com>  Fri Nov  5 16:05:00 1993
From: Rus Healy <0006147675@mcimail.com> (Rus Healy)
Subject: W2HPF in CQ WW SSB
Message-ID: <83931105160538/0006147675NA3EM@mcimail.com>

Please note that W2HPF was a single op, not assisted, last weekend.
He's listed in both categories in the high-claimed scores posted here

Also please work me in SS CW this weekend! I'll be in the low-power
category again this year, looking for a new Atlantic Division record.
Good luck to all.

--73, Rus, NJ2L (WNY section)

>From Jim Reisert AD1C  05-Nov-1993 1332 <reisert@wrksys.enet.dec.com>  Fri Nov 
> 5 18:27:31 1993
From: Jim Reisert AD1C  05-Nov-1993 1332 <reisert@wrksys.enet.dec.com> (Jim 
Reisert AD1C 05-Nov-1993 1332)
Subject: Multi-Single Contest Ethics
Message-ID: <9311051827.AA06554@us1rmc.bb.dec.com>

------------------Reply to mail dated 5-NOV-1993 10:38:33.51------------------

Couldn't PJ1B just call or work QR0QRM, but not log it? Then there's no
violation of the 10-minute rule in PJ1B's log.

I don't see anything different between this and working the rare DX with
another operator's callsign.

73 - Jim AD1C

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