[CQ-Contest] You gotta let me know, should M/M Distributed stay or go.
k4sbz.stan at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 13:43:47 EDT 2021
The question is, "Does it hurt?" The most common argument that I have
heard is that it takes away operators. But really, how many? To counter
that, how many are added that wouldn't have been there otherwise? I think
it balances out.
On the positive side, putting them in their own little category gives them
a place to play by themselves. Otherwise, they would be constantly leading
in existing categories, taking away chances for "normal" stations to lead.
The idea of categories is to have stations compete against similar
stations. That principle is violated whenever a station with advantageous
different capabilities is allowed to compete against others who are common
to the category. In this regard, I also believe that SO2R should be placed
in a different category. (BTW, I occasionally operate SO2R myself).
These are the thoughts of someone who never is competitive in any
On Wed, Jun 2, 2021 at 1:12 PM Igor Sokolov <ua9cdc at gmail.com> wrote:
> IMHO It should stay. Several not so well equipped stations with
> operators who are unable to operate full 48 hours can share their
> resources and operate only part time and yet it feels like real M/M or
> M/S. It involves co-operation, tactics, strategy planning and amplifies
> the pleasure of contesting by the number of participating operators.
> 73, Igor UA9CDC
> 02.06.2021 12:05, Stephen Bloom пишет:
> > We're now a few days past what is likely the last COVID affected
> contest. What do y'all think should or will happen with M/M Distributed.
> Designated as a one time COVID exception, I can see this as the major
> confrontation between the pro and anti RHR camps. Thoughts?73Steve KL7SB
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