[CQ-Contest] ARRL 160M LCR Report
w5xd at writelog.com
Thu Jun 15 09:12:23 EDT 2017
That software fix is our last hope--Obi-Wan
No. There is another.--Yoda
The other hope is that you could remind your little pistol friends to
submit their logs. This might even be especially true of one-QSO logs
and friends we have known since they were 8. Recall the WRTC podium
finishers that were decided by such a little pistol and his missing log.
Yesterday I browsed the top of the recent ARRL DX CW 2017 results and
then clicked the link to the last page to confirm my own 8-QSO log was
there. It was not. That last results page is FULL of single-QSO submissions.
> I was looking over my Log Checking Report for the 2016 ARRL 160M Contest. I
> came across this line in the callsign check results:
> K5GA is incorrect. Should be K5NA.
> I am a bit mystified by this since the report is saying that I didn't work
> K5GA, but instead actually worked myself (K5NA).
> In all probability, K5GA is a unique. I have known Billy since he was 8
> years old and it is likely that he got on and gave me a QSO. A few of the
> locals will do that, quite unsolicited.
> What is likely here is that we have uncovered a small problem in the log
> checking program. You should never be told that you got a call wrong and
> that you actually worked yourself.
> A single line of additional code can probably keep this from happening
> again. But it isn't really a big deal to me.
> 73, Richard - K5NA
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