[CQ-Contest] Determining ASSISTED vs NON-ASSISTED-- was: =>RE:Chea

Tom W8JI w8ji at w8ji.com
Sun Oct 2 13:31:26 PDT 2011

> Again, just to be very clear, I consider note-taking and the use of them 
> to
> correct your log after the contest not only as acceptable, but I consider 
> it
> excellent operating technique. If one does not use notes to correct his
> errors during the contest, I consider that sloppy operating. I am in 100% 
> in
> favor of notes being used to correct errors after the contest.
> Does that clear up your concerns on the matter?

Thank you Bob, for the common sense reply.

It has always been my understanding that correction notes made during the 
contest were OK to use at the end. I also never felt bad at all using a 
partial paper and partial computer log when I was having computer troubles.

Now if we can get people to understand how to read power meters correctly, 
we can move on to talking about more useful fun things like kicking puppies 
or pulling on kitten tails.

73 Tom 

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