[CQ-Contest] A New Perspective [was:WRTC Spot/Log Correlation]
Felipe J Hernandez
fhdez at vox-tel.com
Sun Sep 10 18:39:20 EDT 2006
I think the main problem with contesting is keeping the contesters
interested with new tools that take their level of interest to a new ground.
I think that the current contesters can bring more people along due to their
increased interest in the hobby.
lets not try to save the world and focus in a set of rules and oportunities
for Joe Vertical in Winsconsin and
N5TJ from his apartment in Houston or even his hotel room in NJ.
I think contesting software is the key to make this possible adding features
to limit packet usage
and other forms of cheating, multipart contests as well as the real time
peer to peer or group real time contest scoring.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Doug Smith W9WI" <w9wi at earthlink.net>
To: "CQ Contest" <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 10, 2006 5:13 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] A New Perspective [was:WRTC Spot/Log Correlation]
> On Sun, 2006-09-10 at 13:34, Radiosporting Fan wrote:
>> Contest sponsors...please, require us to supply more
>> information when we submit (the subject of another
>> thread <g>). We will be able to use it to hone our
>> ability to perform even better in your events.
> Well, the more we *require*, the more we frustrate
> less-than-computer-literate non-contesters, and the fewer log
> submissions we get.
> However, offering the *opportunity* to submit additional information
> (for example, in the Cabrillo header) offers the possibility of more
> detailed Web reporting without scaring off potential entrants.
> Of course, just what information we offer to tabulate may be an
> unsolvable debate...
> Doug Smith W9WI
> Pleasant View (Nashville), TN EM66
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