[CQ-Contest] Linux Logging Programs

George K5KG georgek5kg at aol.com
Tue Oct 20 16:54:29 EDT 2015

Hello Jim,

I prefer the "CT" look and feel of WT over that of N1MM+.  Also use the 
Targets File feature for virtually every contest.  Not sure that N1MM+ 
has that feature.  WT support is excellent, especially with the support 
of N6TV.

The downside of WT, however, is the limited number of contest modules.  
For the ones that are missing, I use WL.  Our club uses N3FJP for FD, 
but I am not fond of it.  I did use N1MM+ for the August NA Sprint, and 
it worked just fine, but it's not my cup 'o tea.

73, George, K5KG.

On 10/20/2015 1:17 PM, Jim Brown wrote:
> On Tue,10/20/2015 2:09 AM, Dez Watson wrote:
>> Win-Test isn't freeware but in my opinion is worth paying the small fee.
> I'm a long time N1MM user, upgraded to Plus a year or so ago. Before 
> that, I used WriteLog, switching to N1MM around 2007, not because of 
> cost, but because I liked it a lot better. I found N1MM to have more 
> useful features, be better supported, and better documented.
> I'd be interested in hearing what it is about WinTest that makes it 
> better than N1MM Plus. Is it more than "key assignments are like the 
> DOS program I used for 15 years before the DOS computer died?"
> 73, Jim K9YC
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George Wagner, K5KG
Sarasota, FL

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