So maybe we should all include "please spot me" in the voice/CW keyer
exchange message ;-)
I look at this fom the perspective of soliciting a Q as outlined in section
of the rules
"XV. Disqualification" . "The use of non-amateur means such as telephones,
telegrams, packet, etc., to solicit contacts or multipliers during the
contest is unsportsmanlike and the entry is subject to disqualification.
Actions and decisions of the WPX Contest Committee are official and final."
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2001 3:24 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] I can feel the heat! Fwoosh!
> I had written an entire (long) response concerning my feelings on this
> subject when it hit me:
> If its considered to be OK to ask to be spotted then you and I am
> our possible scores by not asking.
> Ask EVERYONE that answers your CQTEST to spot you. Since everyone's run
> will be eventually be spotted, everyone's scores will go way up!
> 73 de K4BEV
> "What if there were no hypothetical questions?"
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