[CQ-Contest] Skimmers etc

Neal Campbell nealk3nc at gmail.com
Wed Jun 4 08:57:26 EDT 2008

I am not sure why "only" copying at 15-20wpm comfortably counts as
cannot being able to copy code.


On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 9:49 PM, Tom Osborne <w7why at verizon.net> wrote:
> If people can't copy the code, how do they know that the spots the Skimmer
> is giving them is right?  Just trust that Skimmer is always correct?  73
> Tom W7WHY
>> So those of us who are comfortable at 15-20 wpm and enjoy 6 hours of
>> contesting durig the afternoon are much more likely to join the fray
>> with Skimmer. No, I do not think you should be worried of losing to
>> one of us (at least in the near future) but I think it will open the
>> door for a lot of shaky CW ops out there. We will see however.
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