If the goal of the ARRL is to fragment the amateur community further,
they will succeed. Removing DXing, contesting, and other HF activities
from the limelight will only further isolate the no-code techs from "real
hams." It's odd that an organization that was so gung-ho on incentive
licensing is now trying to remove the incentives from view.
If QST is for all the membership, it should represent all membership in
On 13 Jan 2002 Ford Peterson wrote:
> In private correspondence with Director Bellows, the following was
> "One other possibility I am looking into is publishing a Contest Annual with
> all Contest scores and additional text. "
> What do you think? This sounds like a nifty document for contesters.
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Barry Kutner, W2UP Internet: firstname.lastname@example.org
Newtown, PA Frankford Radio Club
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