[CQ-Contest] Category hopping
Martin , LU5DX
lu5dx at lucg.com.ar
Tue Dec 8 14:16:25 EST 2015
What you say is really dangerous.
There are loopholes everywhere in the rules.
Rules require you to use certain level of output power to enter a category,
but there is a loophlole, since no one is going to be able to verify that,
according to your reasoning we are supossed to use whatever power level we
want and then take advantage of the loophole to win a plaque?
Rules requiere a person to do all the logging and operating to be
considered a single OP, but, there is a loophole since no one is going to
be at your place to verify that. Is that mean, we must Take advantage of
the loophole and use the seevices of a ghost OP, so that we can confortable
sleep at night, and still claim single OP to gain the upper hand?
There are a few things that resolve loopholes of any kind: dignity, respect
El dic 8, 2015 14:47, "Maarten van Rossum" <pd2r.maarten at gmail.com>
> To me it's simple. In competition people try to find loopholes in the
> to gain the upper hand. This happens in every sport/competation and
> contesting is no different. This is exactly what causes us to push the
> envelope. If I'm not mistaking, that is exactly what this hobby is all
> Personally I think CR3L did something clever and kudos to them for winning
> M/M with a M/2 set-up (if that is in fact what they did).
> If I was a member of they CR3L team I would in now way feel obligatory to
> respond to accusations made on this reflector (even going as far
> as comparing them with a known cheater).
> 73, Maarten PD2R
> Op dinsdag 8 december 2015 heeft Ron Notarius W3WN <wn3vaw at verizon.net>
> volgende geschreven:
> > I have no skin in this game, but if I may, a simple question, with two
> > related follow-up questions...
> > Did anyone ask the CR3L operators directly why they changed their entry
> > category from M2 to MM?
> > If so, what answer (if any) was given?
> > And if so, was this done before or after these allegations started on
> > reflector?
> > There's been a lot of allegations and accusations, to say nothing of
> > jumping to conclussions on what appears to be minimal evidence... but I
> > don't yet recall seeing anything directly or indirectly from the
> > team or others who were part of the effort.
> > Just asking.
> > 73, ron w3wn
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