[CQ-Contest] CQWW results

John W xnewyorka at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 3 08:40:10 EDT 2005

I am not sure about this, but perhaps CQ Magazine is a for-profit business 
whose reason for existence is to sell magazines, rather than to spend time 
and money preparing the contents of their magazine for free delivery via the 
Internet. Purely conjecture on my part, and I know nothing about their 
business, but this is a possibility worth considering.


>From: Simon Pearson <lists+1 at attenuate.org>
>To: cq-contest at contesting.com
>Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] CQWW results
>Date: Wed, 03 Aug 2005 10:37:31 +0100
>Andrei EW1AR/NC2N wrote:
> > The management of CQ Magazine and the management of any Contest
> > is Not the same, guys. You've gotta realize that.
> >
> > CQ Magazine is a GOOD stuff. Period.
>OK, in which case - where can I find the results online? I am not a
>subscriber to CQ Magazine, I have no interest in becoming a
>subscriber (not to mention the fact that I cannot afford it) so
>where can I find the full results online?
>The simple answer is I cannot. I have to find someone who is an
>existing subscriber to scan the results page to the web so I can
>view it sub-optimally as an image (JPEG, PNG, whatever). Not
>ignoring the fact that I cannot see the 'full' results from each
>category (just the top positions).
>If I cannot find the results on the web, and the results are only
>found in CQ Magazine then I'm afraid the contest has *everything* to
>do with CQ Magazine.
>Simon Pearson M0CLW
>WWYC #452 | G6PZ CG

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