[CQ-Contest] Logging question
Robert Chudek - K0RC
k0rc at citlink.net
Tue Aug 4 12:13:26 EDT 2015
How does he know you worked him those two times and you got his call
wrong? Your OH6LI call sign is not registered on eQSL. Maybe you were
using a contest call that is registered on eQSL?
Otherwise, I don't see how he could state that you logged his call sign
wrong. LoTW will not show your log entries to anyone but you (or an ARRL
IF my log showed a QSO with a station with a very similar call sign at
the time, band, and mode purported, personally I would update my entry
in LoTW, but not my contest log. I would consider it a human error on
one end or the other. Maybe he had programmed his function keys with the
wrong call sign and didn't catch this right away? Lame operating on his
All that said, if I received a response like you mentioned after the
first email exchange, I'd tend to let him "go pound sand" as someone
73 de Bob - KØRC in MN
On 8/3/2015 5:12 PM, Jukka Klemola wrote:
> Fellow contesters,
> I got a request over email to change two of my recent logs.
> There was a 2by3 call sign asking me to change my log so he would get my
> LoTW confirmation for two QSOs.
> A third QSO was OK in our logs and 2by3 call was happy about that.
> My response was the QSOs happen over the air on the radio.
> Not on internet on email over internet, not at all after the contest.
> The 2by3 call was devastated that I had insulted him that I interprete he
> would try to make a QSO on the email. All he was asking me was to change my
> log .. on email and that happens now, some months after the contest.
> The 2by3 call was calling me by some names and was insulting.
> Can anyone tell me if I did anything right in my communication over email
> to the 2by3 callsign that the contest is over and my log will stay as it
> was logged when the contest was happening ?
> Or is there a possibility I did the right thing?
> I would have been happy to log him correctly, if he had corrected his call
> to me ..
> Jukka OH6LI
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