I'd recommend removing the date and time, or the band/mode, if possible.
If the "sent report" is a "59" or "599" it won't do any good to remove it.
73, Zack W9SZ
On Mon, 14 Aug 2006, Timo Klimoff wrote:
> Sorry guys,
> 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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