[CQ-Contest] tech challenge - SAY WHAT?

Gerry Hull gerry.hull at gmail.com
Tue May 29 07:45:13 EDT 2007

Bill,  Score Reporting is NOT spotting.  I'd like to see you find ANY
station in a contest by looking at someone's score breakdown.

Even so, it would be easy to report only total score/mults to a scoreboard.
  Would that satisfy the "old guard" mentality?
I doubt it.

73, Gerry W1VE

On 5/28/07, Bill Turner <dezrat at copper.net> wrote:
> On Fri, 25 May 2007 20:51:43 -0400, Hank Greeb <n8xx at arrl.org> wrote:
> >Why do we say that to be in a particular category one must operate with
> >pre 1980's technology?
> ------------ REPLY FOLLOWS ------------
> Why? Well, since you asked, a lot of us think that spotting networks
> are a plague on contesting. A lot of us still like to use that big
> knob in the middle of the radio to find stations to work.
> You can agree or disagree but that should answer your question.
> Bill W6WRT
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