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Re: 070 endorsements checker

Milton Garb <w6qe@...>
 

Dave...it worked great on the 7600 ( + - ) that I uploaded. It took a little time to generate the report, but I needed to put the garbage out and take a shower anyway. Hi Hi...
More good work by our enlightened 070 members!
Thanks.
Milton
W6QE
070-650

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Westbrook" <dwestbrook@gmail.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 7:56 AM
Subject: Re: [070] 070 endorsements checker


More updates .. thanks again!!!

KC2GIK - Digipan not exporting DXCC/state/grid/etc

N3JWJ - eQSL.cc not exporting DXCC/state/grid/etc

MM0BSM - out of memory w/18,257 .. I ran manually -- you can click 'View
Report' (don't re-upload)
W6QE - out of memory w/7,697 .. I ran manually -- you can click 'View
Report' (don't re-upload)

M5PLY - Looks like the file you uploaded was a windows shortcut file, not a
log (.adi) file.

LZ4BU - out of memory 2516 .. I ran manually -- you can click 'View Report'
(don't re-upload)

==> LOG SIZE Issue ... looks like the limit is pretty low ( <2,000 ) when
uploading ... but it's worked with the large (~15,000) files when i run it
manually. Will investigate ....

--david
KJ4IZW

On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 10:38 AM, MM0BSM <mm0bsm@btinternet.com> wrote:



Should have read it before uploading my log :)

its about 18500 qso long so hope its not too much for you

Stu MM0BSM


----- Original Message -----
From: "David Westbrook" <dwestbrook@gmail.com <dwestbrook%40gmail.com>>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com <070%40yahoogroups.com>>
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 1:48 PM
Subject: [070] 070 endorsements checker

The recent discussions/improvements of the LONP checker have inspired
me to polish up a program I started a little while back for
fun/personal use ...

http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker

This will take your ADIF file and display the progress for all of the
endorsements listed here:
http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available

It's brand new and shiny, so please be gentle :) I've only tested it
with a small (200 qso's) file, and only generated from DXKeeper.
ADIF's from other sources would be much appreciated, so i can make
sure i'm parsing correctly. I'll keep an eye on it as people try it,
and try to proactively find/fix issues.

This is somewhat a proof-of-concept, but I hope that it's useful to
someone, and points out a completed or near-completed endorsement you
weren't aware of. There's an example report (my log) listed on there,
so you can see what the format is w/o having to upload.

Disclaimer: the criteria I'm checking may not be 100% accurate (e.g.
membership date logic isn't implemented, or there could be a bug!)
Everything from http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available or the
award manager or the LONP checker takes precedence -- this is not
intended to replace any of those.

Any questions/comments/suggestions/discussion are more than welcome!

thanks,
--david
KJ4IZW
dwestbrook@gmail.com <dwestbrook%40gmail.com>
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"Special EPC (European PSK Club) club station PA30EPC will be QRV on
all bands on PSK now through January 30th. QSL via PA4JB."

The above is reprinted through the courtesy of W3UR and The Daily DX.

Milt.
W6QE
070-650


Re: 070 endorsements checker

David Westbrook
 

More updates .. thanks again!!!

KC2GIK - Digipan not exporting DXCC/state/grid/etc

N3JWJ - eQSL.cc not exporting DXCC/state/grid/etc

MM0BSM - out of memory w/18,257 .. I ran manually -- you can click 'View
Report' (don't re-upload)
W6QE - out of memory w/7,697 .. I ran manually -- you can click 'View
Report' (don't re-upload)

M5PLY - Looks like the file you uploaded was a windows shortcut file, not a
log (.adi) file.

LZ4BU - out of memory 2516 .. I ran manually -- you can click 'View Report'
(don't re-upload)

==> LOG SIZE Issue ... looks like the limit is pretty low ( <2,000 ) when
uploading ... but it's worked with the large (~15,000) files when i run it
manually. Will investigate ....

--david
KJ4IZW

On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 10:38 AM, MM0BSM <mm0bsm@btinternet.com> wrote:



Should have read it before uploading my log :)

its about 18500 qso long so hope its not too much for you

Stu MM0BSM


----- Original Message -----
From: "David Westbrook" <dwestbrook@gmail.com <dwestbrook%40gmail.com>>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com <070%40yahoogroups.com>>
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 1:48 PM
Subject: [070] 070 endorsements checker

The recent discussions/improvements of the LONP checker have inspired
me to polish up a program I started a little while back for
fun/personal use ...

http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker

This will take your ADIF file and display the progress for all of the
endorsements listed here:
http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available

It's brand new and shiny, so please be gentle :) I've only tested it
with a small (200 qso's) file, and only generated from DXKeeper.
ADIF's from other sources would be much appreciated, so i can make
sure i'm parsing correctly. I'll keep an eye on it as people try it,
and try to proactively find/fix issues.

This is somewhat a proof-of-concept, but I hope that it's useful to
someone, and points out a completed or near-completed endorsement you
weren't aware of. There's an example report (my log) listed on there,
so you can see what the format is w/o having to upload.

Disclaimer: the criteria I'm checking may not be 100% accurate (e.g.
membership date logic isn't implemented, or there could be a bug!)
Everything from http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available or the
award manager or the LONP checker takes precedence -- this is not
intended to replace any of those.

Any questions/comments/suggestions/discussion are more than welcome!

thanks,
--david
KJ4IZW
dwestbrook@gmail.com <dwestbrook%40gmail.com>
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Re: 070 endorsements checker

Stu MM0BSM
 

Should have read it before uploading my log :)

its about 18500 qso long so hope its not too much for you

Stu MM0BSM

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Westbrook" <dwestbrook@gmail.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 1:48 PM
Subject: [070] 070 endorsements checker


The recent discussions/improvements of the LONP checker have inspired
me to polish up a program I started a little while back for
fun/personal use ...

http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker

This will take your ADIF file and display the progress for all of the
endorsements listed here:
http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available

It's brand new and shiny, so please be gentle :) I've only tested it
with a small (200 qso's) file, and only generated from DXKeeper.
ADIF's from other sources would be much appreciated, so i can make
sure i'm parsing correctly. I'll keep an eye on it as people try it,
and try to proactively find/fix issues.

This is somewhat a proof-of-concept, but I hope that it's useful to
someone, and points out a completed or near-completed endorsement you
weren't aware of. There's an example report (my log) listed on there,
so you can see what the format is w/o having to upload.

Disclaimer: the criteria I'm checking may not be 100% accurate (e.g.
membership date logic isn't implemented, or there could be a bug!)
Everything from http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available or the
award manager or the LONP checker takes precedence -- this is not
intended to replace any of those.

Any questions/comments/suggestions/discussion are more than welcome!

thanks,
--david
KJ4IZW
dwestbrook@gmail.com

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Re: 070 endorsements checker

Justin Mattes--KC2GIK
 

David,I uploaded my file and get a blank page. Yes it's in adi format
Justin,KC2GIK1

David Westbrook wrote:


More updates:

W6QE -- working -- you can view report now.
(needed bugfix for N3FJP's logger)
Note that the Golf award shows all 0, because there's no
grid info in the log.

KZ3T -- PSK Express is providing only basic info ... need dxcc, state,
etc as well.

KO4PU, AC5ZS -- MixW is not providing a dxcc id or prefix ... Can MixW
export that as well? Currently the checker is not determining
dxcc/grid/state/etc from the callsign (and i'd rather not re-invent
that wheel, since the logging programs do it).

LZ4BU -- out of memory ... looks like it can't handle 16k qso's yet
... on the to-do list to improve performance.

thanks again to all the testers!!!

--david

On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 9:38 AM, David Westbrook <dwestbrook@gmail.com <mailto:dwestbrook%40gmail.com>> wrote:
Have already had a few tests so far ...

HP2SM and K0ABC -- yours failed the first time, but I fixed the
bug (each log had a qso with a dxcc id set to 0, which cause it to
error out) and re-ran -- You can view your reports now.
http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker/
<http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker/>

W6QE -- it ran out of memory with your log :( .. i'll work on making
it more memory efficient ...

KO4PU and AG4QX -- looks like i need to tweak some things for MixW
and HRD logs .. i'll post back here when i've fixed it and
re-generated your reports.


thanks for the fast testing!!!
--david
KJ4IZW

On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 8:48 AM, David Westbrook
<dwestbrook@gmail.com <mailto:dwestbrook%40gmail.com>> wrote:
The recent discussions/improvements of the LONP checker have inspired
me to polish up a program I started a little while back for
fun/personal use ...

http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker
<http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker>

This will take your ADIF file and display the progress for all of the
endorsements listed here:
http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available
<http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available>

It's brand new and shiny, so please be gentle :) I've only tested it
with a small (200 qso's) file, and only generated from DXKeeper.
ADIF's from other sources would be much appreciated, so i can make
sure i'm parsing correctly. I'll keep an eye on it as people try it,
and try to proactively find/fix issues.

This is somewhat a proof-of-concept, but I hope that it's useful to
someone, and points out a completed or near-completed endorsement you
weren't aware of. There's an example report (my log) listed on there,
so you can see what the format is w/o having to upload.

Disclaimer: the criteria I'm checking may not be 100% accurate (e.g.
membership date logic isn't implemented, or there could be a bug!)
Everything from http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available
<http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available> or the
award manager or the LONP checker takes precedence -- this is not
intended to replace any of those.

Any questions/comments/suggestions/discussion are more than welcome!

thanks,
--david
KJ4IZW
dwestbrook@gmail.com <mailto:dwestbrook%40gmail.com>


Re: 070 endorsements checker

David Westbrook
 

More updates:

W6QE -- working -- you can view report now.
(needed bugfix for N3FJP's logger)
Note that the Golf award shows all 0, because there's no
grid info in the log.

KZ3T -- PSK Express is providing only basic info ... need dxcc, state,
etc as well.

KO4PU, AC5ZS -- MixW is not providing a dxcc id or prefix ... Can MixW
export that as well? Currently the checker is not determining
dxcc/grid/state/etc from the callsign (and i'd rather not re-invent
that wheel, since the logging programs do it).

LZ4BU -- out of memory ... looks like it can't handle 16k qso's yet
... on the to-do list to improve performance.

thanks again to all the testers!!!

--david

On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 9:38 AM, David Westbrook <dwestbrook@gmail.com> wrote:
Have already had a few tests so far ...

 HP2SM  and  K0ABC  -- yours failed the first time, but I fixed the
bug (each log had a qso with a dxcc id set to 0, which cause it to
error out) and re-ran --  You can view your reports now.
          http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker/

W6QE  -- it ran out of memory with your log :(  .. i'll work on making
it more memory efficient ...

KO4PU and AG4QX  -- looks like i need to tweak some things for MixW
and HRD logs .. i'll post back here when i've fixed it and
re-generated your reports.


thanks for the fast testing!!!
--david
KJ4IZW

On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 8:48 AM, David Westbrook <dwestbrook@gmail.com> wrote:
The recent discussions/improvements of the LONP checker have inspired
me to polish up a program I started a little while back for
fun/personal use ...

  http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker

This will take your ADIF file and display the progress for all of the
endorsements listed here:
   http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available

It's brand new and shiny, so please be gentle :)   I've only tested it
with a small (200 qso's) file, and only generated from DXKeeper.
ADIF's from other sources would be much appreciated, so i can make
sure i'm parsing correctly.  I'll keep an eye on it as people try it,
and try to proactively find/fix issues.

This is somewhat a proof-of-concept, but I hope that it's useful to
someone, and points out a completed or near-completed endorsement you
weren't aware of.  There's an example report (my log) listed on there,
so you can see what the format is w/o having to upload.

Disclaimer: the criteria I'm checking may not be 100% accurate (e.g.
membership date logic isn't implemented, or there could be a bug!)
Everything from http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available or the
award manager or the LONP checker takes precedence -- this is not
intended to replace any of those.

Any questions/comments/suggestions/discussion are more than welcome!

thanks,
--david
KJ4IZW
dwestbrook@gmail.com


Re: 070 endorsements checker

David Westbrook
 

Have already had a few tests so far ...

HP2SM and K0ABC -- yours failed the first time, but I fixed the
bug (each log had a qso with a dxcc id set to 0, which cause it to
error out) and re-ran -- You can view your reports now.
http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker/

W6QE -- it ran out of memory with your log :( .. i'll work on making
it more memory efficient ...

KO4PU and AG4QX -- looks like i need to tweak some things for MixW
and HRD logs .. i'll post back here when i've fixed it and
re-generated your reports.


thanks for the fast testing!!!
--david
KJ4IZW

On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 8:48 AM, David Westbrook <dwestbrook@gmail.com> wrote:
The recent discussions/improvements of the LONP checker have inspired
me to polish up a program I started a little while back for
fun/personal use ...

  http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker

This will take your ADIF file and display the progress for all of the
endorsements listed here:
   http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available

It's brand new and shiny, so please be gentle :)   I've only tested it
with a small (200 qso's) file, and only generated from DXKeeper.
ADIF's from other sources would be much appreciated, so i can make
sure i'm parsing correctly.  I'll keep an eye on it as people try it,
and try to proactively find/fix issues.

This is somewhat a proof-of-concept, but I hope that it's useful to
someone, and points out a completed or near-completed endorsement you
weren't aware of.  There's an example report (my log) listed on there,
so you can see what the format is w/o having to upload.

Disclaimer: the criteria I'm checking may not be 100% accurate (e.g.
membership date logic isn't implemented, or there could be a bug!)
Everything from http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available or the
award manager or the LONP checker takes precedence -- this is not
intended to replace any of those.

Any questions/comments/suggestions/discussion are more than welcome!

thanks,
--david
KJ4IZW
dwestbrook@gmail.com


070 endorsements checker

David Westbrook
 

The recent discussions/improvements of the LONP checker have inspired
me to polish up a program I started a little while back for
fun/personal use ...

http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker

This will take your ADIF file and display the progress for all of the
endorsements listed here:
http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available

It's brand new and shiny, so please be gentle :) I've only tested it
with a small (200 qso's) file, and only generated from DXKeeper.
ADIF's from other sources would be much appreciated, so i can make
sure i'm parsing correctly. I'll keep an eye on it as people try it,
and try to proactively find/fix issues.

This is somewhat a proof-of-concept, but I hope that it's useful to
someone, and points out a completed or near-completed endorsement you
weren't aware of. There's an example report (my log) listed on there,
so you can see what the format is w/o having to upload.

Disclaimer: the criteria I'm checking may not be 100% accurate (e.g.
membership date logic isn't implemented, or there could be a bug!)
Everything from http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available or the
award manager or the LONP checker takes precedence -- this is not
intended to replace any of those.

Any questions/comments/suggestions/discussion are more than welcome!

thanks,
--david
KJ4IZW
dwestbrook@gmail.com


Welcome new member

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

Pse welcome new 070 Club member Dave K3DCW #1092...73 de Jay N3DQU


Re: PSKFest Scoring Sheet

Justin Mattes--KC2GIK
 

Milton
I figure it out. I also download a blank for future reference.
Thanks for your help
Justin,KC2GIK
070-751

Milton Garb wrote:

Justin,
I posted the blank so you could do your own scoring, to see how it's done, and as a reference if you feel you need one.
There are always many questions about scoring after each and every contest. That's why I posted it.
That's how each and every log is scored. Dupe checking is done differently.
Milton
W6QE
070-650

----- Original Message -----
From: "Justin Mattes--KC2GIK" <kc2gik@justinmattes.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2010 10:01 AM
Subject: Re: [070] PSKFest Scoring Sheet



You only posted a BLANK scoring sheet! Can I see your actually scoring
sheet filled out?
Justin
KC2GIK
070-751

Sly G wrote:

Hello everybody...Reference: PSKFest Scoring Sheet
As the Log & Dupe Checker for the PSKFest, I've just posted a file to
the FILES Section showing the Excel sheet I use for scoring your logs.
This should answer any questions about how to score your logs.
If you want, check your logs before sending them in.
Milton
W6QE
070-650
PSKFest Log & Dupe Checker
Low Band Sprint Log & Dupe Checker
TDW Data Coordinator


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Re: locator and states map

Steve W3HF
 

And if you want to print it yourself, you can download it from them at

http://www.icomamerica.com/en/downloads/Default.aspx?Category=181

Steve
W3HF

If you want something moderately sized, Icom in the USA gives away 11x17in cardstock maps with a grid square map of the 48 states on one side and Alaska/Hawaii on the other. I picked one up for free at a hamfest over the weekend.

Here's someone selling one on Ebay fairly cheap:

http://bit.ly/6kRI0R

Or if you emailed Icom America customer service and asked nicely, perhaps they might send you one.

--mark / K0ABC 897


From:ivor peters <m5ply@...>
To:070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, January 11, 2010 2:06:05 PM
Subject: [070] locator and states map

>

m5ply@blueyonder. co.uk
hello all pskers.
help please.
where in the u.s.a, can I buy a locator
and states map.
iam looking for the ones you put on the shack
walls.
many thanks for your help.
best 73 ivor/m5ply/0292


Re: locator and states map

M. Schiefelbein
 

If you want something moderately sized, Icom in the USA gives away 11x17in cardstock maps with a grid square map of the 48 states on one side and Alaska/Hawaii on the other. I picked one up for free at a hamfest over the weekend.

Here's someone selling one on Ebay fairly cheap:

http://bit.ly/6kRI0R

Or if you emailed Icom America customer service and asked nicely, perhaps they might send you one.

--mark / K0ABC 897


From:ivor peters <m5ply@blueyonder.co.uk>
To:070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, January 11, 2010 2:06:05 PM
Subject: [070] locator and states map

>

m5ply@blueyonder. co.uk
hello all pskers.
help please.
where in the u.s.a, can I buy a locator
and states map.
iam looking for the ones you put on the shack
walls.
many thanks for your help.
best 73 ivor/m5ply/0292


Re: locator and states map

Scotty W7PSK
 

----- Original Message ----
From: ivor peters <m5ply@blueyonder.co.uk>
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, January 11, 2010 12:06:05 PM
Subject: [070] locator and states map


m5ply@blueyonder.co.uk
hello all pskers.
help please.
where in the u.s.a, can I buy a locator
and states map.
iam looking for the ones you put on the shack
walls.
many thanks for your help.
best 73 ivor/m5ply/0292






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locator and states map

 

m5ply@blueyonder.co.uk
hello all pskers.
help please.
where in the u.s.a, can I buy a locator
and states map.
iam looking for the ones you put on the shack
walls.
many thanks for your help.
best 73 ivor/m5ply/0292


LONP #137 goes to...

Charlie Trice, K8IJ <ctrice@...>
 

Greetings all,

Larry, WA7HDZ, has submitted log evidence of 100 QSOs with fellow
members of the PODXS �7� Club qualifying for LONP certificate #137.

Congrats Larry!

Vy 73,

Charlie, K8IJ


Re: PSKFest Scoring Sheet

Milton Garb <w6qe@...>
 

Justin,
I posted the blank so you could do your own scoring, to see how it's done, and as a reference if you feel you need one.
There are always many questions about scoring after each and every contest. That's why I posted it.
That's how each and every log is scored. Dupe checking is done differently.
Milton
W6QE
070-650

----- Original Message -----
From: "Justin Mattes--KC2GIK" <kc2gik@justinmattes.com>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2010 10:01 AM
Subject: Re: [070] PSKFest Scoring Sheet


You only posted a BLANK scoring sheet! Can I see your actually scoring
sheet filled out?
Justin
KC2GIK
070-751

Sly G wrote:

Hello everybody...Reference: PSKFest Scoring Sheet
As the Log & Dupe Checker for the PSKFest, I've just posted a file to
the FILES Section showing the Excel sheet I use for scoring your logs.
This should answer any questions about how to score your logs.
If you want, check your logs before sending them in.
Milton
W6QE
070-650
PSKFest Log & Dupe Checker
Low Band Sprint Log & Dupe Checker
TDW Data Coordinator



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Re: pskfest scoring - mults

Milton Garb <w6qe@...>
 

Zibi,
Check out the file I just posted to the FILES section...jusat fill in the blanks with your log info.
Milton
W6QE

----- Original Message -----
From: kleks05
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2010 9:52 AM
Subject: [070] Re: pskfest scoring - mults





--- In 070@yahoogroups.com, "Jay" <jbudzowski@...> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> I guess the rules make it a little more complicated than it really is. Here is an easy way to figure mults for our SPC contests:
> 1. Make 3 columns, labeled S, P and C. Now consider the contest
> example below:
> 2. Work Florida, your first contact. Put FL under S. This also
> counts for US the country, so put US under C.
> 3. Work Pennsylvania. Put PA under S only (you already got credit
> for working US with your first US contact above).
> 4. Work Ontario, your first canadian contact. Put ON under P. This
> also counts for Canada the country, so put VE under C.
> 5. Work British Columbia. Put BC under P only (you already got
> credit for working Canada with your first canadian contact
> above).
> 6. Work New Mexico. Put NM under S only.
> 7. Work Puerto Rico. Put KP under C.
> 8. Work Quebec. Put QC under P only (you already got credit for
> working Canada with your first canadian contact).
> 9. Work Alaska. This is a US state and also a DXCC country, so put
> AK under S and AK under C (Special case: If this was your first
> US contact, you would also put US under C).
> At the end of the contest, count up all the States under the S column, all the Provinces under the P column and all the Countries under the C column. Add 'em up and that is your total SPC mult. Using the above example, the SPC total should be 4 + 3 + 4 = 11.
> Does this help any? Jay N3DQU
>
>

Yep. I see that can forgot 2 for AK or first state, just count :

States: 4 ( fl, pa, NM, AK )
DX entities: 4 ( US, AK, PR, CAN )
Canadian States: 3 (BC ON, Quebec)

add it, and be done. :-).

Thanks. Now can someone lend me a few fingers so I can count all the states :-)....

vy 73, de ku1t

>
> --- In 070@yahoogroups.com, "kleks05" <jowoc1@> wrote:
> >
> > Jay, need some help here...
> >
> > say I worked:
> >
> > 10 US states ( including Alaska)
> > 2 Can BC and ON
> > 10 DX entities including US and Canada.
> >
> > let's see if I have it right:
> >
> > US states - 10 + 1 for US ad DX + 1 for AK as DX = 12
> >
> > 3 for Can ( 2 for states and 1 for Country)
> >
> > 7 for DX entities ( already added mults for Alaska, US and Canada)..
> >
> > Right ? Wrong ?
> >
> > vy 73, de ku1t
> > _zjt
> >
>


Re: PSKFest Scoring Sheet

Justin Mattes--KC2GIK
 

You only posted a BLANK scoring sheet! Can I see your actually scoring sheet filled out?
Justin
KC2GIK
070-751

Sly G wrote:


Hello everybody...Reference: PSKFest Scoring Sheet
As the Log & Dupe Checker for the PSKFest, I've just posted a file to the FILES Section showing the Excel sheet I use for scoring your logs.
This should answer any questions about how to score your logs.
If you want, check your logs before sending them in.
Milton
W6QE
070-650
PSKFest Log & Dupe Checker
Low Band Sprint Log & Dupe Checker
TDW Data Coordinator


PSKFest Scoring Sheet

Sly G <w6qe@...>
 

Hello everybody...Reference: PSKFest Scoring Sheet
As the Log & Dupe Checker for the PSKFest, I've just posted a file to the FILES Section showing the Excel sheet I use for scoring your logs.
This should answer any questions about how to score your logs.
If you want, check your logs before sending them in.
Milton
W6QE
070-650
PSKFest Log & Dupe Checker
Low Band Sprint Log & Dupe Checker
TDW Data Coordinator


Re: pskfest scoring - mults

kleks05 <jowoc1@...>
 

--- In 070@yahoogroups.com, "Jay" <jbudzowski@...> wrote:









I guess the rules make it a little more complicated than it really is. Here is an easy way to figure mults for our SPC contests:
1. Make 3 columns, labeled S, P and C. Now consider the contest
example below:
2. Work Florida, your first contact. Put FL under S. This also
counts for US the country, so put US under C.
3. Work Pennsylvania. Put PA under S only (you already got credit
for working US with your first US contact above).
4. Work Ontario, your first canadian contact. Put ON under P. This
also counts for Canada the country, so put VE under C.
5. Work British Columbia. Put BC under P only (you already got
credit for working Canada with your first canadian contact
above).
6. Work New Mexico. Put NM under S only.
7. Work Puerto Rico. Put KP under C.
8. Work Quebec. Put QC under P only (you already got credit for
working Canada with your first canadian contact).
9. Work Alaska. This is a US state and also a DXCC country, so put
AK under S and AK under C (Special case: If this was your first
US contact, you would also put US under C).
At the end of the contest, count up all the States under the S column, all the Provinces under the P column and all the Countries under the C column. Add 'em up and that is your total SPC mult. Using the above example, the SPC total should be 4 + 3 + 4 = 11.
Does this help any? Jay N3DQU

Yep. I see that can forgot 2 for AK or first state, just count :

States: 4 ( fl, pa, NM, AK )
DX entities: 4 ( US, AK, PR, CAN )
Canadian States: 3 (BC ON, Quebec)

add it, and be done. :-).


Thanks. Now can someone lend me a few fingers so I can count all the states :-)....

vy 73, de ku1t


--- In 070@yahoogroups.com, "kleks05" <jowoc1@> wrote:

Jay, need some help here...

say I worked:

10 US states ( including Alaska)
2 Can BC and ON
10 DX entities including US and Canada.

let's see if I have it right:

US states - 10 + 1 for US ad DX + 1 for AK as DX = 12

3 for Can ( 2 for states and 1 for Country)

7 for DX entities ( already added mults for Alaska, US and Canada)..

Right ? Wrong ?

vy 73, de ku1t
_zjt