I suppose it depends on the situation in which you're operating. If I'm
near an internet connection, I can do it immediately after the contest
ends. However, in my QRP-Portable escapades in VHF+ contests I log on
paper and transfer the logs to a computer logging program when I return
home. I often don't get home until several hours after the contest is
over and by that time all I'm interested in is sleep! After the 10 GHz
contest weekends this year, I didn't even get home until the next day.
48 hours is very reasonable for me for all contests but 15 minutes is
I'll bet many Rovers share my sentiments.
73, Zack W9SZ
On Wed, 13 Dec 2006, Ev Tupis wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----
> You say 15 minutes, I say 7 days. We're both saying the same thing except
> that one can do more unsportsmanlike massaging in 7 days than in 15 minutes.
> Here is a list of people that believe that 48 hours (as of the time that this
> e-mail is sent) isn't too short of a time to submit their logs:
> Mine was on its' way within moments of the end of the contest. No, I didn't
> "check my log" for "accuracy", that is what I do _during_ the contest. :)
> Ev, W2EV
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