[Cwo] [cwops] Re: CW Open 2012 and beyond...
ad6e at arrl.net
Sat Oct 29 20:17:11 PDT 2011
Actually, it could have been done. RDA exchange is serial number and
district, CWO exchange is serial number and name. The russian gives me his
district and his name. I give him my name and my district (DX). He copies
my district because that's all he cares about. I copy his name because I
don't care what his district is. What could be simpler? The problem is
that the Russians were not ready to do that and for the most part refused
to think that broadly. Same story with the JAs where I was told "Keyman
only" several times.
Thus, a lose-lose instead of win-win.
It's notable that CQP co-exists with the VK/ZL (Oceania) test because they
are now used to the overlap and routinely exchange points with each other.
It works there so why not elsewhere too?
Oh well ...
73, Alan AD6E
On Sun, Oct 30, 2011 at 12:18 AM, Hank Garretson <w6sx at arrl.net> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 5:11 PM, Rob <k6rb at baymoon.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for your comment. What we found was that some of our EU members
>> and other EU players that had wanted to participate in CW Open had way too
>> much QRM from RDA participants. RDA is not three separate events with time
>> between them, so there is really no way to coexist meaningfully. The same
>> with JA Keyman. Had we known that there would be two CW events that same
>> weekend, especially the RDA, we would have picked a different weekend.
> Although I love the CWO exchange and although I think the suggestion has
> been made before, perhaps one partial solution is to have CWO exchange
> compatible with conflicting contests. Win-win.
> Ski Exuberantly,
> Hank, W6SX
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