all your (our) contest logs which are fully published in the internet are
now no-go for DXCC... well, at least it means less QSL-work.
Or maybe removing sent report is enough?
* ADDITION TO THE DXCC ACCREDITATION CRITERIA (August 11th, 2006). ARRL
Membership Services Manager Wayne Mills, N7NG, informs: For a number
of years, it has been accepted practice to post DXpedition QSO
tion on a DXpedition Web site. Although this information is generally
limited to callsign, band and mode, it has been useful in reducing
number of duplicate contacts in the DXpedition log. Publishing
QSO information, or information from which full QSO information can
derived, on the other hand, threatens the integrity of the QSLing
process, and is unacceptable. There must be some information that the
station claiming the QSO provides based solely on actually being
when the QSO was made. If complete QSO information can be derived
information based on the DXpedition log, the QSL manager's job can be
much more difficult if busted calls are involved. To help minimize
potential difficulties, therefore, the following restriction has been
approved by the Programs and Services Committee, and added to the
Accreditation Criteria, Section III.
73, Timo OH1NOA
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