Note that the "official" RDX site has its own real-time score
reporting system, and they're inviting people to participate.
It's a different sort of system (for those who care); rather than
attaching an XML document via a POST request, RDX adds all the
information to a URL in GET request. For example (from the site):
Callsign, QSOs quantity and score:
So if you really want to watch the horse race, looks like you'll have
to watch two channels at once.
On Sun, 12 Mar 2006, David Robbins K1TTT wrote:
> The wa7bnm real time score web site will be up for the rdx contest next
> You can view scores as they come in during the contest at:
> I am not quite sure what the display will look like for totals of qso's and
> mults yet, I have added outputs of what I think are all the possible
> combinations of modes and multipliers for the bottom line, what gets
> displayed is up to Bruce. You can look at the raw inputs with the xml link
> if you want to see specifics on a particular entry.
> I am sorry for those who asked about bartg scores, the web site I think can
> only handle one contest at a time now so you will just have to wait for next
> year. You can try setting up the utility below for bartg, but I have not
> tested it for that yet.
> You can get a utility to upload your scores at:
> If you are using the N1MM Logger read the file 'readme_n1mm.txt' in the
> zip for setup instructions to send scores automatically. Otherwise you
> can use it manually by following the instructions in 'readme_manual.txt'.
> If you want to see how it's done you can get the vb6 source at:
> David Robbins K1TTT
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