I was recently reading with some interest the CQWW results from 1948
onwards to research VU2 operations in CQWW. Some of the early results
articles included the list of DQs with reasons, usually a small
paragraph. Some of those call signs which regularly got DQ-ed appeared
to be top rung contesters!
As I read the articles of the later years, this DQ paragraph went
missing. Saving some printed lines?
73 de Prasad VU2PTT.
On Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 5:21 AM, K1TTT <K1TTT@arrl.net> wrote:
> The problems with passing it ONLY to the contest sponsors are:
> 1. long delayed feedback, pu2fan could have participated and self spotted in
> many months worth of contests before anyone from the sponsor even looked at
> the data.
> 2. indirect feedback in some cases... hopefully once the sponsor looked at
> the data they would contact him directly, otherwise the only feedback would
> be the dq notice in the magazine almost a year later.
> 3. no public notification that someone IS watching... how many notices have
> you seen about reclassification or dq's due to spotting or use of spots??
> My way the peer feedback is direct and timely. Hopefully he learned a good
> lesson and will be back in the next contest, sans packet.
> David Robbins K1TTT
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Chris Smith [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 11:42
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] PU2FAN apologizes about selfspoting.
>> I am sorry guys but publicly accusing someone of cheating on this
>> reflector and blacken
>> there name is totally wrong, in the case of this young PY station he may
>> likely chose not to enter
>> another contest because of it, and we wonder why there is no young blood
>> coming into this hobby ?.
>> What Dave is doing is an excellent job however the info should be passed
>> onto the contest committee to help
>> them with log checking / deciding category winners, same goes for anyone
>> else who has a query over a stations
>> contest effort, send the evidence to the contest community and let them
>> decide to deduct points or disqualify the station.
>> I have never self spot, no do i believe 95% of the contest community has
>> ever done either and think it is just wrong, i do not know
>> the PY station or how well he has done in his category, i am going to
>> assume he is not going to be a category winner or even
>> come close, so what difference does it make if he self spots or not to
>> increase his activity and enjoyment of the contest.
>> Obviously if it was a serious effort it should be up to the contest
>> committee to decide to deduct or disqualify and not us.
>> Chris MI0LLL
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Luc, PY8AZT" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> To: <email@example.com>
>> Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 3:29 AM
>> Subject: [CQ-Contest] PU2FAN apologizes about selfspoting.
>> Hi all,
>> Just to give a feedback on the report of the spots K1TTT, where
>> indicated PU2FAN as a selfspotter. PU2FAN is an operator of 18 years,
>> licensed for less then one year, has learned CW by himself. He works
>> with a CB transceiver converted to 40m.
>> We contacted him about the self-spots, and he really did not know it was
>> against the rules of the contest. He apologizes about what happened.
>> 73, Luc
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