[CQ-Contest] RDXC Entry Reclassified to High Power
mda at n1en.org
Thu Oct 6 13:48:07 EDT 2016
I was wondering something similar.
I popped in and out of the RDXC a bit this year, just playing a little in between tasks that weekend, and trying out the feel of remote-control contesting. I didn't even record the exchange information, much less submit a log.
Did my "very casual" participation cost actual competitors Qs?
I get that there's an incentive for some contest judges to discourage folks from even thinking about padding their logs. But if there's going to be a penalty, even if just a simple loss of a Q, because someone didn't send in a log, that fact really needs to be advertised around the time of the contest.
Michael Adams | mda at n1en.org
From: CQ-Contest [mailto:cq-contest-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of w2lc at twcny.rr.com
Sent: Thursday, 6 October, 2016 13:02
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Subject: [CQ-Contest] RDXC Entry Reclassified to High Power
Wow! You mean that the few casual QSO's I worked in RDXC over the years were not counted since I did not send in a log?
Sorry for the NILs or invalid QSO or whatever you want to call the removed QSO's
Every fall I make a list of contests that I would like to operate if I have the time and inclination, RDXC will not be on that list.
73 Scott W2LC
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