[CQ-Contest] Re-thinking Asia and contests
Martin , LU5DX
lu5dx at lucg.com.ar
Thu Sep 26 07:40:40 EDT 2013
It would be very, better said, VERY difficult if not impossible, to
balance all the situations across the globe.
For example, here in LU, CX, CE we are certainly not favored at all from
160 through 20 meters.
We can say we are pretty okay in 15, and finally we have a clear advantage
on 10 meters (in this case, specially when SFI is below 110 and EU/USA
don't have a solid path on this band that lasts for more than just a few
On the other hand something really simple like 1 point per mile or
kilometer for everyone could be really simple to implement. It won't be
perfect, but at least it will be fairer than the current scoring scheme.
A distance based scoring system like in Stew Perry Challenge could be great.
On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 9:40 PM, Yuri <ve3dz at rigexpert.net> wrote:
> How about splitting Asia into 4 ?
>> Charly, HS0ZCW
> Hi Charly.
> I bet you never thought of it while living in W4, did you? <grin>
> Okay, after we do that, North America would want to do the same (split at
> least into East and West), then - Europe - Western and Eastern... Compare
> UA4 and CU2...Then... How about P4 and LU in South America?
> Chain reaction.
> How do you propose to handle this? Are you going to re-write all Contest
> rules and make all the Logging Software developers to implement major
> changes into their loggers?
> Yuri VE3DZ
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