[CQ-Contest] LOTW DXCC

Igor Sokolov ua9cdc at r66.ru
Tue Apr 19 08:50:14 EDT 2005

It takes much more then 2 minutes to upload to LOTW. At least for
those who lives outside of the USA. It involves sending photocopies
of the licence and passport by snail mail and then downloading
software, getting key, preserving key for one year, not forgetting to
renew it etc. I think we Hams deserve to be trusted.  Until the
attitude change I will keep uploading  8Q7DV expedition logs to
dx.qsl.net where everyone can check them. It is just hobby.

73, Igor UA9CDC

----- Original Message -----
To: <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Cc: "n7cqq" <n7cqq at msn.com>; "Mills, Wayne N7NG" <N7NG at arrl.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 19, 2005 9:34 AM
Subject: [CQ-Contest] LOTW DXCC

> Finally: Thanks to N7CQQ for uploading the XR0X logs to LOTW I now
have """""un-linked"""", virgin, mixed DXCC via LOTW.
> Here's some stats to ponder: I have uploaded 11K+ QSO's, 4 band
DXCC, 85% of Q's CW and 75% of Q's contest logs. It has taken since
the beginning of LOTW to today to get mixed DXCC. Sure would have
been a lot easier and a much shorter wait if certain, still unnamed,
contest xpeditions would take the extra 2 minutes to upload to LOTW
the same cab file they send to the contest sponsor and the same info
they use to brag to 3830.
> Once again kudos' to John N7CQQ.
> MAL              N7MAL
> http://www.ctaz.com/~suzyq/N7mal.htm
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