And a Major Skill that is!
Or at least for me one i have not mastered. If someone sends me
anything other than 599, (what I'm expecting to hear, yeah yeah, i
know, lets all copy whats sent!) anyway if it's other than the generic
599, having to edit whats already filled in and still not miss the rest
of the exchange really slows me down a LOT. I'd bet during a good run
my rate drops by 25% I'd bet.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 7/23/2010 8:39 AM, Radio K0HB wrote:
> It isn't so much whether the report is accurate (or not accurate) but rather
> whether it is actually "exchanged".
> Since the rules require it to be part of the exchange, it follows that it
> should be sent, copied, and reported in each log.
> The question has been raised here as to whether or not the scoring robot at
> CQWW (and elsewhere) examines this element of the exchange and scores
> accordingly. I haven't noticed that the contest sponsor has answered that
> If scoring crosschecks logs for an accurate exchange, then it IS useful as
> an indicator of contester skill.
> 73, de Hans, K0HB
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>> I think that an actual RST report is pretty much useless as RST is
>> simply an opinion at best.
>> Ryan, N2RJ
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