Exactly! How would you prove you WEREN'T using packet? If we knew what the log
checkers were looking for then we could avoid that behavior, but then the
cheaters would know too. The whole deal kind of scares me. Potentially you
could lose a whole weekend, a top score, and your reputation all in one shot.
73 Steve K0SR
n and press F4 to send my call and it puts the call in
>the band map.
>Try a couple of times and don't work him - the call remains marked as
>the unworked color.
>Tune up ..... find a station .... press F4 .... goes in the bandmap
>.... work him and the band map changes the call to worked color.
>I continue up the band working some and some not.
>At some point I go back to the unworked stations in a random order,
>picking and choosing.
>Now will the log will look like I'm chasing spots (were they spotted?
>- I don't know). I tend to do that a lot .....
>Will that look like I'm cheating?
>But then I'm not a top ten contender .... at least not from MI.
>73 Hank K8DD
>On Dec 10, 2007 12:53 PM, Dick Green WC1M <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I don't want to give cheaters any ideas,
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