[CQ-Contest] RDXC Entry Reclassified to High Power

Christian Schneider prickler.schneider at t-online.de
Mon Oct 10 11:20:06 EDT 2016

you misunderstood me. My point is whether it should be meant that any contest organizer like ARRL or VERON really should obey to any informal "group of the wise guys" before that organizer is allowed to DQ someone in THEIR competition.
73 chris dl8mbs

Am 10. Oktober 2016 16:51:44 MESZ, schrieb Ron Notarius W3WN <wn3vaw at verizon.net>:
> Whoa!
>Hold the fort a moment there Chris, I don't believe Pete mentioned
>anything about this "governing body" being a part of the ARRL.  So
>let's not slam the League for something that they had nothing to do
>with, especially when they weren't even mentioned.
>In fact, if were such a governing body to come about (and I am not sure
>that is a good idea, mind you, I need to think about this one), I
>personally would NOT want the ARRL, or for that matter the IARU, to be
>placed in any form of control over said organization -- simply to avoid
>any potential conflict of interest.  (And the same would go for other
>national or international organizations that run major contests,
>including CQ Magazine.)
>But, IMHO, long before we reach the point of discussing whether or not
>said governing body is required or even somewhat necessary, IMHO we
>need to conclude the ongoing discussion on whether or not the actions
>of the RDXC, especially with regards to entry reclassification due to
>alleged discrepancies in power levels, was fair, warranted, or even
>And related to that, if the general concensus is that the actions were,
>at best, inappropriate, as to whether or not RDXC results should
>continue to be used as part of the determination of potential entrants
>for WRTC and similar events.
>73, ron w3wn
>On 10/10/16, Christian Schneider wrote:
>could you please specify the intended consequences for those contests
>and national radio leagues and clubs not obeying to this world contest
>governing body? 
>ARRL should present a planned DQ to someone outside ARRL?
>Personal remark only.
>73 chris dl8mbs
>Am 10. Oktober 2016 15:14:25 MESZ, schrieb Pete Smith N4ZR
><n4zr at contesting.com>:
>>Not a wonderful list of options. I think any standard should apply to 
>>all contests, not just RDXC. Perhaps a small board of respected 
>>contesters could be set up to which contest organizers would present 
>>their proposed adverse actions - not just for power but for other 
>>infractions - unacknowledged assistance, etc. The board could be sworn
>>to confidentiality to protect sources and methods being used.
>>73, Pete N4ZR
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