It still means the information has been received and you are in my log.
Whether or not it is a good thing to do in a contest does not change its
Carl Moreschi N4PY
121 Little Bell Drive
Hays, NC 28635
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> Carl Moreschi wrote:
> > In a contest exchange, QSL means I received all your information and you
> > now in my log.
> Not by any serious contester, it doesn't. In numerous domestic contests
> one who gives his contest exchange info followed by, "QSL?" or one who
> proclaims, "QSL" after he has received an exchange from another is
> marked as a poor op. Such things are time wasters and score reducers.
> Dave Heil K8MN
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