JPontek at aol.com
JPontek at aol.com
Sat Apr 22 10:45:18 EDT 1995
A sensible idea. Post a check-in list of contest logs by call letters, date
received and claimed score. This last part would certainly allow the contest
administrators to do a check prior to publication for discrepancies. If these
lists were maintained daily, you would be able to check for your logs receipt
and respond accordingly if it failed to show up after, say, two weeks. This
would certainly be a good reason to NOT wait until the last minute to send
your logs in.
jpontek at aol.com
>From barry at w2up.wells.com (Barry Kutner) Sat Apr 22 13:42:34 1995
From: barry at w2up.wells.com (Barry Kutner) (Barry Kutner)
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 95 12:42:34 GMT
Subject: ARRL contest scores online
Message-ID: <NPJy4c1w165w at w2up.wells.com>
John Pescatore <jpescato at CapAccess.org> writes:
> How 'bout asking ARRL to set up a reflector or something where we don't
> have to call in to it long distance -- sorry, was there an 800# -- if so,
> I whipped by it too quick --. Some of us (me at least) are under
> instructions from the YL to keep the LD calls down to a minimum -- we're
> on tight budgets. If the ARRL traffic came in mixed with my CR traffic
> that would be just fine.
> (Rich Boyd KE3Q)
Obviously a Democrat! Rich - if they put in an 800 number who do you
think pays for it? The masses that don't use it.
Here's one vote against.
Barry N. Kutner, W2UP Usenet/Internet: barry at w2up.wells.com
Newtown, PA Packet Radio: W2UP @ WB3JOE.#EPA.PA.USA.NA
Packet Cluster: W2UP >K2TW (FRC)
>From wrt at eskimo.com (Bill Turner W7LZP) Sat Apr 22 13:14:52 1995
From: wrt at eskimo.com (Bill Turner W7LZP) (Bill Turner W7LZP)
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 1995 12:14:52 +0000
Subject: Get off them rocks!
Message-ID: <199504221216.AA16664 at mail.eskimo.com>
The W1AW bulletin said in part:
" Rocks which cannot sustain human habitation shall not be
considered for DXCC country status."
This would seem to include Peter I and Heard Island among others. As far as
I know, no humans have ever "lived" there. "Vacationing" for a few days
doesn't seem to quite fit the definition, does it?
wrt at eskimo.com (Bill Turner)
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