Re: Member Number...
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I am going by what was discussed on other PODXS 070 post-contest forums (PCF) on this reflector.
10-10's rules state you must exchange numbers over the air to be legal regardless if its a contest or not. Not so with 070.
However, someone mentioned on one of these PCF, sometime back, that in a 070 contest, all data must be exchanged over the air or it is not a legal contact.
If you can look an op's info up after the contest, why take the time to exchange info during the contest period, when you could make contact with a station, log him/her and move on to the next station. After the contest is over, look the info of each station up and submit a log. (More contacts at a faster rate ; ) )
Sri for bloviating,
On Saturday, April 5, 2014 7:19 PM, Jerry wrote:
I believe you're thinking about 10-10 which is a different animal.
If everyone gave out their number (070), if it was required, there is no reason why they shouldn't have copied it and if they missed it, I think it would be reasonable to ask for a repeat. There have been times in other contests when I've asked for something repeated. The other station responded with correct data. If I had submitted a log and any of required info was missing, the other station would have lost the points for the contact.
From: Ld Rockne
To: "070@..." <070@...>
Sent: Saturday, April 5, 2014 9:11 PM
Subject: Re:  Member Number...
It's my understanding, and someone can correct me if I am wrong, but if you miss the number, or any other part of the exchange, it is not a valid contact.
However, if I am wrong on this, it may change my future scores. hiohi
Larry WA7HDZ #404
On Saturday, April 5, 2014 6:40 PM, David Westbrook wrote:
yes, that's correct -- east coast is -0400 for this contest ...
I just updated the labels on that timezone dropbox to be clearer (e.g. "East Coast: -0400") ... I had slowly been updating all the contests like that, because otherwise there's always submissions that are off by an hour, or +0400 instead of -0400! :)
On Sat, Apr 5, 2014 at 4:03 PM, Virgil H. Castleberry <kj4znk@...> wrote: