Shucks, I though "external help" wasn't permitted for the Single Op
categories. Why isn't the use of a "scavenged" list of locations from
previous contests considered "external help?"
All this chitter chatter about folks "illegally using" the RBN and/or DX
clusters when operating Single Op.... but no comment about flagrant
promotion of a "seemingly obvious" violation of the rules??? As
"Weekend Update" on "Saturday Night Live" is prone to say, "REALLY?
REALLY??? REALLY?????" (Sorry, no html formatting allowed in this
reflector, at least not in the digest mode which I use, because of the
sheer volume of redundant flames which seem to be so ubiquitous.)
Prey tell me, why is the use of all this external help NOT a violation?
For me, I find the "help" provided by N1MM software to be more of a
nuisance than useful.
72/73 de n8xx Hg
QRP >99.44% of the time
On 2/25/2013 6:35 AM, Barry <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2013 16:57:58 -0700
Subject: [CQ-Contest] Keep your CTY files updated
I hate post a non-skimmer topic, but...:-)
Just reviewed by CQWW SSB UBN report. 16 stations I worked lost points for
"miscopying" my zone as 5, rather than 4.
For those of you who like to keep manual notes, I moved from PA to CO 3+ years
ago. The keepers of the CTY files have been aware of this, and my callsign has
been listed as a zone exception since I relocated.
Moral of the story - Update these files regularly.
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