Part of the appeal of a contest within a contest from an administration
perspective is lost if the CWAC sponsor must rescore each log. If you can
think of a way to use the sponsor's scoring, then that portion of the work
is done. As an added benefit, the CWAC sponsor, provided they are
independent of the group sponsoring the contest, will avoid most disputes
in scoring, since the scoring is done by a disinterested third party (with
significant incentive of their own to get the scoring correct).
On Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 4:15 PM, Pete Smith N4ZR <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> The recent discussion of this subject got me thinking about how a
> separate, outside group could implement a CWAC. It appears to me that
> there is one key data element missing - a set of log files *with busted
> QSOs removed.* That way a CWAC sponsor couldavoid re-doing the work that is
> already being done by the CQ Committee, immensely simplifying the task of
> trying out a new category or overlay.
> How about it? Hard to do?
> 73, Pete N4ZR
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