In a message dated 25/02/07 22:25:32 GMT Standard Time, from
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com writes:
> (5) Each competitor submits his entire log for adjudication. He can be in
> the 12 hour category or 24 hour category, but NOT both. In his submittal,
> the competitor identifies the 12 hours (clock hour) OR 24 hours that he is
> submitting. Thus he can operate as much of the 48 hours of the contest that
> he wants, and when it's over he picks his best 12 or 24. The 12 or 24 do
> not have to be consecutive.
Some might argue that the guy who submits 24 from say 45, has an advantage
over the guy who submits 24 from 26.
That said, I think that the non-contiguous element will fit well with the
many who report intermittent 'life' distractions in their 3830 reporting of
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