[CQ-Contest] Log checking questions

Frank Hunt zl2br at ihug.co.nz
Mon Dec 19 06:56:22 EST 2005

IMO if you are handing out serial numbers then, yes you are 
participating in the contest. If you don't send a log in then you are 
a participant who didn't send a log in. If you purposely or 
accidentally broke the rules, and that's why you didn't submit your 
log, you still should send it as a check log, that way you will help 
out the log-checkers.

Yes, Telnet dx-cluster is here to stay, it's only a tool, just like 
the callsign check file in your logging programme which was made with 
the assistance of another operator.

Frank, ZL4BR

> N7MAL wrote: "It clearly says no packet spotting, It doesn't say it's OK to
> spot if you are not actually in the contest. At some point the contest rules
> must mean something."
> Good Grief...the rules only apply to the participants, that choose to submit
> a log? Any/all others are subject only to the limitations/rules of their
> respective locations? Without those casual operators, that "just give out
> points", all contests would be very boring?  IMHO, y'all need to "get over"
> the packet/telnet situation, as it's here to stay, whether, or not, we like
> it?
> C'Ya, Shelby - K4WW
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