[CQ-Contest] Two points for intra-NA QSOs in CQWW?

w5ov at w5ov.com w5ov at w5ov.com
Tue Mar 12 13:10:31 EDT 2013


Good question.

The simple answer is that it allows anyone to see what is in the log, and
that there is no funny business on part of the contest sponsor in
manipulating the results to the benefit of any entrant.

"Transparency" of the log adjudication process.

Nothing is hidden from public inspection.

Since there is no personal or private information in a contest log, there
should be no objection despite some recently heard from opponents.


> I don’t agree with making logs public either Ron, not for any particular
> reason.
> In the end I send in my logs, and I don’t really care that much.
> Yes, I have looked at other people’s logs myself, so some will call me a
> hypocrite I suppose.
> I asked this question a year or two or three ago and I don't think I ever
> got an answer.
> Why does a contest sponsor spend the time, or find a need, to
> “publish” the logs?
> What’s in it for the contest sponsor to make our logs public
> information?
> 73 Scott W2LC
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