[CQ-Contest] CQWW SSB 2017 Effective DQ
W0MU Mike Fatchett
w0mu at w0mu.com
Sat Feb 3 12:13:45 EST 2018
and provide a free tool to be used...........so that every recording is
identical in every way possible.
On 2/1/2018 9:44 AM, Christian Schneider wrote:
> Patiently reading the thread I'm still interested in the fundamental
> point whether there are any competition rules out in the sports world
> that state different rules for participants only based on their
> anticipation of outcome und aspirations - instead of clear and even
> rules for all (e.g. winning a medal = doping test)?
> I imagine Saudi-Arabia and Panama claiming for the upcoming soccer
> worldchampionships that they do not expect even quarterfinals, so they
> do not need to abide to offside rules etc.
> Besides fingerpointing on individuals and ease or not of recording
> this seems very important. The "pros" can argue again and again that
> it has no impact on newbies on casuals. It will inevitably seen by
> many as "we are participants of second order" which can't be plausibly
> denied. On the other hand there is NO reliable line from when on
> someone really has to care for reliable recording. The argument "we
> need recordings only in case of doubt and you only have to stick to
> the rules" does not work IMHO, not the less because the accuser has
> the burden of prove. In real life the acucused has the right to remain
> Bottom line: If recording is all that easy and not thing at all: Why
> not make it mandatory for all? Why not? It is no burden and it is said
> to help so much. So go forward.
> Cheating happens on ALL levels of competition. Why not get cheaters
> early in their career when a penalty still can have an influence other
> than in a later stage of a cheater's career? Recording is cheap and
> easy, so make it mandatory if it is that helpful to get cheaters.
> Duck&hide ;-)
> 73, Chris DL8MBS
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