Vladimir Sidorov vs_otw at rogers.com
Tue Jul 20 15:59:10 PDT 2010

Just curious, why virtually all (big) contests' sponsors support all kind of 
stuff like packet, skimmers and even create unbelievable classes like 
Xtreme, but nobody has created and maintained just a single pure radio 
operator's contest...
Nope. Sorry.

Yet another vox clamantis in deserto.

Vladimir VE3IAE


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Paul O'Kane" <pokane at ei5di.com>
To: "CQ CONTEST" <cq-contest at contesting.com>
Sent: Saturday, July 17, 2010 5:27 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] N6TJ AXIOMS OF LIFE

> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Martin Monsalvo, LU5DX" <lu5dx at yahoo.com>
> <snip>
>> I know people who don't like this idea bring to attention
>> several other ways of cheating in our hobby, but we are
>> not talking about those, in this case we are talking about
>> the use of packet, telnet, web clusters, or even DX alerts
>> made by friends on VHF.!
> My hobby is amateur radio contesting.  Your's is something
> else - I suggest internet contesting.
> Just as there is a difference between the internet and amateur
> radio, there is a difference between internet contesting and
> amateur radio contesting.  The difference between them should
> continue to be recognised by retaining the single-op (radio)
> and single-op assisted (internet) classes.
> 73,
> Paul EI5DI
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