[CQ-Contest] ARRL DX Club Rules
Randy Thompson K5ZD
k5zd at charter.net
Tue Feb 19 17:47:15 EST 2019
This is a good example of how neutered the advisory committees have become
(especially CAC). It takes a Director to suggest a rule change. It used to
be much better when the CAC could make suggestions up the chain instead of
only responding to requests from above.
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> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] ARRL DX Club Rules
> I'm bringing this up at the ARRL programs and services committee meeting
> this Thursday. I do think it should be apportioned. I've also let Zev,
> N2WKS (CAC rep) aware of it so he can discuss it in their meetings and
> they can make a recommendation.
> Stay tuned...
> Ria, N2RJ
> On Tue, 19 Feb 2019 at 13:34, N4ZR <n4zr at comcast.net> wrote:
> > Last weekend, W1LWH and I operated a "classic" multi-single in the CW
> > contest. He's a member of YCCC and I am a member of PVRC. In doing
> > paperwork after the contest, I was surprised to discover that the
> > contest rules require multi-ops' score credit only be given to one
> > affiliated club. Since PVRC is less serious about ARRL DX than YCCC,
> > we decided to give the credit to that club.
> > My question is, why is this necessary? Wouldn't a rule like CQWW's be
> > better suited to our mobile society? Is this just an anachronism?
> > --
> > 73, Pete N4ZR
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