I've said many times.. that the final improvement for many contests would be
the internet based contest... totally keep the "Tude" stations off the air..
and leave the airwaves to the gentlemen, kids, and folks that want to enjoy the
wide range of activities in this great hobby, without the conflictor noise of
single minded "gotta win" directions. And it would sure leave this reflector
a whole lot quieter. Or at the least, with conversation dealing withmore than
just improving my own score topics.
Have a great day,
Dale - WC7S in Wy
> Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2013 20:22:30 -0700
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> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] The solution to scoring inequities
> OM that date is already taken by the best contest of the Year!
> _*Poisson d'Avril Contest
> I wish someone would come up with an internet based contest server. It
> would be lots of fun. DR. DX on steroids!
> Mike W0MU
> On 12/3/2013 3:10 PM, Barry wrote:
> > Even with the painstaking attempts of WRTC, there will never be an
> > equal playing field where RF is involved.
> > The solution - an internet-based contest!
> > So many advantages. No travel, no blown finals from over-driven the
> > amps, no illegal power, no skimmer/cluster cheating, to name a few.
> > I'm sure Alex can come up with a server version of Morserunner or
> > Pileuprunner to run somewhere and everyone connects to that server and
> > works each other. Also, no complaints about the big guns not posting
> > their scores during the contest.
> > Think we can get it going by April 1, 2014?
> > 73 es CU on the cloud,
> > Barry W2UP
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