I still see only the Raw scores for 2014 CQWW (SSB+CW) on the website,
so no certs available.
Am I missing something?
IZ4AFW / IO4W / NZ1W
2015-02-02 4:39 GMT+01:00 Randy Thompson K5ZD <email@example.com>:
> Nothing wrong with certificates. And nothing like having the first few
> up in the mail! I think it is wonderful that CQ and ARRL still take the
> time and effort to send paper certs.
> That said, one of the biggest expenses of running a contest is the printing
> and mailing of certificates. For that reason, the Cabrillo log format
> recently had a new field added.
> From: http://wwrof.org/cabrillo/cabrillo-specification-v3/
> CERTIFICATE: YES | NO
> Indicate if you wish to receive, if eligible, a paper certificate sent via
> postal mail by the contest sponsor. The contest sponsor may or may not
> this tag, and if so may or may not use opt-in or opt-out as the default.
> is the default.
> If you don't want to receive certificates, simply add the line
> CERTIFICATE: NO
> to your log.
> Not all contests may support this flag yet (CQ WW does), but it will at
> least alert the sponsor as to your preference.
> Randy, K5ZD
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: CQ-Contest [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of
> > Pete Smith N4ZR
> > Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2015 4:17 PM
> > To: CQ Contest
> > Subject: [CQ-Contest] Mailing Certificates
> > Yesterday, I downloaded and printed my certificate from CQWWCW 2014.
> > The resulting piece of paper is every bit as nice as the ones they used
> > to mail.
> > Why is the ARRL still spending lots of person-hours, printing costs and
> > postage to mail out certificates for its contests? A member of the CAC
> > actually used cost a couple of years ago as a reason for not splitting
> > off Assisted from Multi-Single. Fortunately, that "logic" finally
> > failed, but as a supporter of ARRL for the last 60 years, I have to ask
> > when they will quit wasting money like this?
> > --
> > 73, Pete N4ZR
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