Re: eqsls

Richard B Drake

Jungle Telegraph de W3ZJ

Most everyone, including me, does upload ALL their logs. I have
been told that there are logs on there with an excess of 30
thousand entries. My own sits at about 7000, that's for the two
years that I have been logging electronically. Full uploads are
expected and invited. How do you think the number of on-line
eQSL's now sits at 10.0 Million? Wow, congrats to eQSL for that
milestone number!! Upload away my friends, that's what it's there

73, Rich - W3ZJ

-----Original Message-----
From: zl3jt@... [mailto:zl3jt@...]
Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2002 7:13 PM
To: 070@...
Subject: [070] eqsls

de Jungle Telegraph
I did not want to have everybody uploading ALL their
logs to eqsl! That would be
inane unless you were chasing eqsl awards. My own log
was 'filtered' so that only
'unconfirmed' QSOs were uploaded, all 9200 of them.
However, those that wish to QSL
ZL3JT by the traditional methods may do so, in addition
to an eqsl. I give everybody
a fair go by doing this, but I cannot be expected to
bare the cost of direct replies
for cards I do not require. Postage from New Zealand is
$NZ 2.00 overseas!
resolves a problem for me, and we must encourage the
'Award Committees' to utilise
this very good system. It could become, "The Log Book
of the World", that is being
discussed... There is no point in duplicating a good
system! Thank you Eqsl!!!

Additionally, I was stating my return rates for my own
direct postal requests at
66%, and my Bureau returns at 30%. 73s Duncan

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