----- Original Message -----
From: "Carol Richards" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Each WRTC station never lacks for callers, whether they are
> spotted or not.
Not true - I heard several calling CQ and not getting callers.
> Winning comes down to working more stations than everyone else,
Yes, and very time a station is spotted it gets more callers.
That's not cheerleading in the conventional sense Carol described,
it is direct external assistance.
> Let's remain focused on the reason WRTC exists. It is a measure
> of the operating skills of each team.
It SHOULD be a measure of the operating skills of each team.
> Packet spotting is not the problem as some would believe.
It's the most significant unregulated factor in preventing WRTC
being a measure of the operating skills of each team.
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