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Re: Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint – Tomorrow!

stan W9SMR
 

Damn....I must have a real mental block for that conversion.+

TU

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From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
Sent: Thursday, September 2, 2021 10:08 AM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint – Tomorrow!

Stan 2000 UTC 9/4 would be on Saturday, not tomorrow!


On 9/2/2021 9:02 AM, stan W9SMR wrote:

The Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint is TOMORROW


20:00 UTC September 4th – 19:59 UTC September 5th, 2021


Sprint Rules - your choice of any 6 hour block. Open to all licensed radio amateurs.


For Rules and details, RULES - Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint<https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.podxs070.com%2Fo7o-club-sponsored-contests%2Fjay-hudak-memorial-80m-sprint&data=04%7C01%7C%7Cb63d39de121d42cbc9ae08d96e1b39f1%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637661885477510808%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&sdata=VzLXh0DSmdEDk90OlkB6jTsESCw05hhNxEQXEbLrc08%3D&reserved=0>

Jay Hudak – KA3X was one of the founders of the 070 Club (070 #001). He became a SK in August of 2008. The 070 Club has renamed its annual fall 80M contest in Jay’s honor, the Jay Hudak Memorial 80m Sprint.


Frequencies: - 3.580 MHz Dial freq.


4 Power Categories:

< 5 W
< 25 W
< 50 W
< 100 W


Exchange: Callsign and State/Province/Country (SPC) eg: “W9SMR IN”

Call: “CQ 80M Sprint”


All entry logs must be received within 1 week after the event ends.


Good luck!! Participation is the key!!

[cid:part2.F47A3FC0.5C9727C3@...]

73,
Stan
W9SMR - 070 #1611
PODXS 070 - PR Director

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Jim, K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


365 Need Dates – September/October

stan W9SMR
 

It is great to see enthusiasm continuing to grab that 365/366 Endorsement.

Congrats, to our latest successful members !!

Dave, KB3RAN completed his 366 on August 23 from West Quoddy Head Lighthouse State Park, ME.

Alan, KA5VZG completed his 366 on August 6 and rounded out his achievements by grabbing the WARC-CRAWL and Chimp Chase Atta-Boys. Great job, Alan!!

In addition, so far in 2021, Geary, KE5IRK; Mary, KC4TIE; Dave, VE7BGD and John, KG5OIB have completed the challenge.

Needing only November 11 to complete the 366 Award is Ruud, PA3EEG.

Larry, WA7HDZ needed only 3 August dates to complete his 366 award. He has not uploaded yet, so I do not know if he got them.

 

Good job Bob, KK6KMU, who picked off 10 needed dates in August. Bob, KF3AA grabbed his needed 9 dates.   A special note of encouragement to Bob, K4VBM who, although he needed over 200 dates, has been valiantly picking up every needed day in July and August. Keep it up, Bob. You’ll get there.

In the table below, I have shown September and October need dates for those members needing fewer than 60 days total. These are the folks really getting close.

Be sure to look for them.

 

I will publish this table periodically as the time approaches. Best of luck and good Propagation to boot! Please verify your own need dates as I may have missed some.

To see what dates you need, upload your full log and check the "Online Endorsement Checker". In the "In Progress" section, click on "Target" for the 360 category and a list of needed dates will show. If you have a problem seeing that, please just let me know.

 

A helpful hint from Alan, KA5VZG is to check each day around 2345Z and hang around until after 0000Z to see if you can pick up two days. Be sure to call CQ 365 to make your needs known.

The new 365 Chat that KB3RAN set up should be a big help in coordinating.
For the 365 Chat, follow this link: https://070club.groups.io/g/main/chat/8206

 

73

Stan

W9SMR - 070  #1611

PODXS 070 - PR Director


Re: IOTA endorsements for August 2021 #iota #endorsements

Jim K5SP
 

Thanks Loren, all added to records.

73

Jim

On 9/1/2021 1:36 PM, Loren McCullough - WA3WZR wrote:
The following IOTA endorsements were approved for August 2021

M0TAQ IOTA [10]
M0TAQ IOTA [20]
VE3LTN IOTA [40]
WA5AMM IOTA [10]


73
Loren WA3WZR

--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint – Tomorrow!

Jim K5SP
 

Stan 2000 UTC 9/4 would be on Saturday, not tomorrow!


On 9/2/2021 9:02 AM, stan W9SMR wrote:

The Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint is TOMORROW

20:00 UTC September 4th – 19:59 UTC September 5th 2021 

Sprint Rules - your choice of any 6 hour block.  Open to all licensed radio amateurs.

For Rules and details, RULES - Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint


Jay Hudak – KA3X was one of the founders of the 070 Club (070 #001).  He became a SK in August of 2008. The 070 Club has renamed its annual fall 80M contest in Jay’s honor, the Jay Hudak Memorial 80m Sprint.

Frequencies: - 3.580 MHz Dial freq.

4 Power Categories:

< 5 W
< 25 W
< 50 W
< 100 W

Exchange: Callsign and State/Province/Country (SPC)  eg: “W9SMR  IN”

Call: “CQ 80M Sprint”

All entry logs must be received within 1 week after the event ends.

Good luck!!  Participation is the key!!


73,
Stan
W9SMR - 070  #1611
PODXS 070 - PR Director


--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint – Tomorrow!

stan W9SMR
 

The Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint is TOMORROW

20:00 UTC September 4th – 19:59 UTC September 5th 2021 

Sprint Rules - your choice of any 6 hour block.  Open to all licensed radio amateurs.

For Rules and details, RULES - Jay Hudak Memorial 80M Sprint


Jay Hudak – KA3X was one of the founders of the 070 Club (070 #001).  He became a SK in August of 2008. The 070 Club has renamed its annual fall 80M contest in Jay’s honor, the Jay Hudak Memorial 80m Sprint.

Frequencies: - 3.580 MHz Dial freq.

4 Power Categories:

< 5 W
< 25 W
< 50 W
< 100 W

Exchange: Callsign and State/Province/Country (SPC)  eg: “W9SMR  IN”

Call: “CQ 80M Sprint”

All entry logs must be received within 1 week after the event ends.

Good luck!!  Participation is the key!!


73,
Stan
W9SMR - 070  #1611
PODXS 070 - PR Director


Re: AC Log Help

JoAnn Donaldson
 

I too use the Last 50 in ACLog for connection to all my Apps, including FLDIGI.
what I do for you question 3 is
1. I select all the PSK31 QSO's
2. Make and adif file of these contacts.
3. In ACLog then Import these calls.
I found it was faster and easier way to move contacts between Logger Apps and ACLog.

JoAnn
AB8YZ

On Wednesday, September 1, 2021, 10:24:45 PM CDT, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io <n6mg@...> wrote:


Bob,
AC Log acts extremely slow and sluggish with "All" checked. You'll see it much faster now with "Last 50" checked.
I use the DX Spotting feature, and it works great. It does what it's supposed to do. Setting some of the 'Filters' helps a lot.
Milt.
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Motyl KK6KMU <bobmotyl@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Sep 1, 2021 7:31 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] AC Log Help

John and Jerry,

I figured out questions 1 and 2.  I had all logged QSOs selected in AC Log when I got the weird results.  I set AC Log to the last 50 logged QSO's and the problem went away.  So I guess I leave it on Last 50 logged QSO's.
Do either of you use the spotting in AC Log?  Just wondering what you think.

Bob 
KK6KMU


Re: AC Log Help

 

Bob,
AC Log acts extremely slow and sluggish with "All" checked. You'll see it much faster now with "Last 50" checked.
I use the DX Spotting feature, and it works great. It does what it's supposed to do. Setting some of the 'Filters' helps a lot.
Milt.
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Motyl KK6KMU <bobmotyl@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Sep 1, 2021 7:31 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] AC Log Help

John and Jerry,

I figured out questions 1 and 2.  I had all logged QSOs selected in AC Log when I got the weird results.  I set AC Log to the last 50 logged QSO's and the problem went away.  So I guess I leave it on Last 50 logged QSO's.
Do either of you use the spotting in AC Log?  Just wondering what you think.

Bob 
KK6KMU


Re: AC Log Help

Bob Motyl KK6KMU
 

John and Jerry,

I figured out questions 1 and 2.  I had all logged QSOs selected in AC Log when I got the weird results.  I set AC Log to the last 50 logged QSO's and the problem went away.  So I guess I leave it on Last 50 logged QSO's.
Do either of you use the spotting in AC Log?  Just wondering what you think.

Bob 
KK6KMU


Re: AC Log Help

Jerry N9AVY
 

Bob:

I don't use FLDIGI and have no idea how it works, but I do use ACLog as a stand alone log.   That is I enter everything from other logs in chronological order no matter what mode.  All I know is it works for me.  This probably doesn't help your situation.'  Sorry.


Jerry  n9avy

On Wednesday, September 1, 2021, 07:45:03 PM CDT, Bob Motyl KK6KMU <bobmotyl@...> wrote:


I'm trying out AC Log and have a few questions.  I'm using it with FLDIGI, and when I click on a call sign in the receive window it puts it into the FLDIGI call sign field like it is supposed to do.

1.  Why does it take so long to populate the AC Log fields.  About 3 seconds or more?
2.  Why does the call sign field in FLDIGI then go blank.  Is this a setting or is this normal?
3.  Is the only way to export PSK31 contacts only by sorting on mode and then export from record say 2000 thru 3000 which are the PSK31 QSO's?  How does everyone else export their PSK31 QSOs only.

I have been using DX Keeper and it has custom sorting features.  Any such feature in AC Log.  I will have more questions.
--
Bob  KK6KMU  #2484


Re: AC Log Help

 

Bob,

I'm not sure what is causing those problems but I talked to Dave W1HKJ a few years ago and he explained that the way ACLOG accesses the Fldigi log with the TCP API server it kinda locks up the Fldigi log during the qso.  You will notice if you use ACLOG and try to view the Fldigi log you won't see the station that is in your call box.  The previous contact alert in Fldigi will also not work.

ACLOG is a fine program but if you want a logger that works well with Fldigi, take a look at LOG4OM, that has some real nice sorting features.

John
KC3FL



AC Log Help

Bob Motyl KK6KMU
 

I'm trying out AC Log and have a few questions.  I'm using it with FLDIGI, and when I click on a call sign in the receive window it puts it into the FLDIGI call sign field like it is supposed to do.

1.  Why does it take so long to populate the AC Log fields.  About 3 seconds or more?
2.  Why does the call sign field in FLDIGI then go blank.  Is this a setting or is this normal?
3.  Is the only way to export PSK31 contacts only by sorting on mode and then export from record say 2000 thru 3000 which are the PSK31 QSO's?  How does everyone else export their PSK31 QSOs only.

I have been using DX Keeper and it has custom sorting features.  Any such feature in AC Log.  I will have more questions.
--
Bob  KK6KMU  #2484


Re: PODXS LONP greater than 2786

 

JoAnn,
Receipt of your log is acknowledged.
It's in que for processing.
As far as the macro's and your reason for holding them so closely, and dangling them like a carrot or some kind of a valuable commodity? 
I could really care less.
At 1st glance, the log you just submitted is what the instructions for submitting logs asks for.
Had YOU followed those instructions back in June, you'd already be well on your way to earning LONP.
Is LONP worth it? Ask the 457, 070 Club Members, ranging from 070-0010 to 070-2827, that have chosen to participate with pride.
73,
Milt.
070-650
LONP #76
A proud volunteer for the PODXS 070 Club!


-----Original Message-----
From: JoAnn Donaldson via groups.io <joannplano2005@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Sep 1, 2021 9:43 am
Subject: Re: [070Club] PODXS LONP greater than 2786

With help from my wonderful daughter who is an Excel Wizard, I now have my Excel LONP form populated with Macros. These macros allow me to
1. Update Sheet two from the Club CSV File
2. After entering the Call, Date, and Time of the contact, will then scan Sheet 2 for that call and if it has an 070 will populate the 070# column.
3. A button that then creates a new excel sheet that has this information but WITHOUt ANY of the macros. This for sending to you.

JoAnn
AB8YZ

On Sunday, August 29, 2021, 05:20:09 PM CDT, Jim K5SP <jinnis@...> wrote:


JoAnn, I have followed this thread, and am having a very difficult time understanding that out of over 2860 members, you are the only one that has any problem with complying with the special instructions that have been applied to our awards program due to software issues that are beyond our control.
Every member of the advisory council, every person that does any activities for the club are volunteers!  Many have full time jobs, families, and other obligations that demand their time.  I am totally aware of the hours it takes to verify all LONP and other endorsement submissions.  You have only one log/spreadsheet to maintain, the endorsement checkers have hundreds. 
I see by your QRZ page that you were USAF, and being an officer were used to every little detail being performed for you by junior personnel.  It doesn't work that way with a volunteer organization.
Each and every one of us deplores the methodologies that we have had to implement due to one individual refusing to allow access to the source code, refuses to share his source code (even though his endorsement page says he is willing to do so).  It is not the club, or any members fault that Google decided to deprecate their API code, and caused existing software to no long work as advertised.  We have one repeat one software developer, and he has a full time job, has a family, and is pursuing his master's degree.  Very little time is left in his daily schedule for doing our club software.  ALL the software has had to be built from the ground up, this takes a lot of time to ensure that all possible endorsments are check and accounted for.  Then there is extensive testing involved to ensure that it works properly, that most bugs are detected and fixed, and that some user entering incorrect data does not make the program crash.
You can help.  If you know how to write code, volunteer.  If you know how to write a macro for Excel, volunteer.  If you know of anything you can do to help, volunteer.   But above all do not complain about the methodologies that members dedicated to seeing the best PSK club in the world have put in place to allow the existence of the club to continue.  We could have thrown our hands up in despair when the software broke and let the club disappear.  But, some of us volunteers spend hours of time trying to insure that the membership remains intact, that the endorsements/awards continue, and that members have a means, however archaic, of submitting applications.
A little FYI, the software developer has spent hours just accomplishing the task of writing programs that score our contests,  count the contests, and you will see how many individual programs that required (because each contest is different), and the hours he spend on them.  This development caused the LONP and endorsement checking program development to take a back seat.
Instead of complaining about the issues, make some contributions to the development.  Ideally we would have everything in a database, and would only have to write query scripts to present the data.  However, there are no database managers that have stepped up and volunteered to assume that project.  We do not have funds to "hire" a 3rd party developer, and have yet to find want that wants to do pro bono work.
73,
Jim K5SP
Executive Director   (retired US Navy Chief Radioman)
On 8/29/2021 11:46 AM, JoAnn Donaldson via groups.io wrote:
I have decided that amount of effort that I have go thru is not worth the rewards. Your system would have handled all of it but it can no longer do what it was programmed to do. If your going to do this with a Spreadsheet, then you need to find someone that can write macros for you that will search the member CSV file and compare that to the Spreadsheet that the user submits. Having the user do all this work can be more than some Hams can do. Not everyone is a Spreadsheet guru.
   So thanks for the effort and keep up the good work. I am sure you have more than enough Hams that already are submitting contacts for their LONG Number.  

JoAnn
AB8YZ

On Saturday, August 28, 2021, 09:19:14 PM CDT, Stephen Melachrinos via groups.io <melachri@...> wrote:


http://www.podxs070.com/lonp/070-member-info


-----Original Message-----
From: JoAnn Donaldson via groups.io <joannplano2005@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Aug 28, 2021 6:12 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] PODXS LONP greater than 2786

OK  I now have my log corrected, so how do Find the 070 numbers for the calls. Is there a page on the website that shows calls and their 070  number.

JoAnn
AB8YZ

On Friday, August 27, 2021, 01:40:09 PM CDT, John - KC3FL via groups.io <kc3fl@...> wrote:


JoAnn,

Try this ADIF to CSV tool.
software.ad1c.us/ADIF_to_CSV/index.html

John
LC3FL


--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


IOTA endorsements for August 2021 #iota #endorsements

Loren McCullough - WA3WZR
 

The following IOTA endorsements were approved for August 2021

M0TAQ IOTA [10]
M0TAQ IOTA [20]
VE3LTN IOTA [40]
WA5AMM IOTA [10]


73
Loren WA3WZR


Re: PODXS LONP greater than 2786

JoAnn Donaldson
 

With help from my wonderful daughter who is an Excel Wizard, I now have my Excel LONP form populated with Macros. These macros allow me to
1. Update Sheet two from the Club CSV File
2. After entering the Call, Date, and Time of the contact, will then scan Sheet 2 for that call and if it has an 070 will populate the 070# column.
3. A button that then creates a new excel sheet that has this information but WITHOUt ANY of the macros. This for sending to you.

JoAnn
AB8YZ

On Sunday, August 29, 2021, 05:20:09 PM CDT, Jim K5SP <jinnis@...> wrote:


JoAnn, I have followed this thread, and am having a very difficult time understanding that out of over 2860 members, you are the only one that has any problem with complying with the special instructions that have been applied to our awards program due to software issues that are beyond our control.

Every member of the advisory council, every person that does any activities for the club are volunteers!  Many have full time jobs, families, and other obligations that demand their time.  I am totally aware of the hours it takes to verify all LONP and other endorsement submissions.  You have only one log/spreadsheet to maintain, the endorsement checkers have hundreds. 

I see by your QRZ page that you were USAF, and being an officer were used to every little detail being performed for you by junior personnel.  It doesn't work that way with a volunteer organization.

Each and every one of us deplores the methodologies that we have had to implement due to one individual refusing to allow access to the source code, refuses to share his source code (even though his endorsement page says he is willing to do so).  It is not the club, or any members fault that Google decided to deprecate their API code, and caused existing software to no long work as advertised.  We have one repeat one software developer, and he has a full time job, has a family, and is pursuing his master's degree.  Very little time is left in his daily schedule for doing our club software.  ALL the software has had to be built from the ground up, this takes a lot of time to ensure that all possible endorsments are check and accounted for.  Then there is extensive testing involved to ensure that it works properly, that most bugs are detected and fixed, and that some user entering incorrect data does not make the program crash.

You can help.  If you know how to write code, volunteer.  If you know how to write a macro for Excel, volunteer.  If you know of anything you can do to help, volunteer.   But above all do not complain about the methodologies that members dedicated to seeing the best PSK club in the world have put in place to allow the existence of the club to continue.  We could have thrown our hands up in despair when the software broke and let the club disappear.  But, some of us volunteers spend hours of time trying to insure that the membership remains intact, that the endorsements/awards continue, and that members have a means, however archaic, of submitting applications.

A little FYI, the software developer has spent hours just accomplishing the task of writing programs that score our contests,  count the contests, and you will see how many individual programs that required (because each contest is different), and the hours he spend on them.  This development caused the LONP and endorsement checking program development to take a back seat.

Instead of complaining about the issues, make some contributions to the development.  Ideally we would have everything in a database, and would only have to write query scripts to present the data.  However, there are no database managers that have stepped up and volunteered to assume that project.  We do not have funds to "hire" a 3rd party developer, and have yet to find want that wants to do pro bono work.

73,
Jim K5SP
Executive Director   (retired US Navy Chief Radioman)

On 8/29/2021 11:46 AM, JoAnn Donaldson via groups.io wrote:
I have decided that amount of effort that I have go thru is not worth the rewards. Your system would have handled all of it but it can no longer do what it was programmed to do. If your going to do this with a Spreadsheet, then you need to find someone that can write macros for you that will search the member CSV file and compare that to the Spreadsheet that the user submits. Having the user do all this work can be more than some Hams can do. Not everyone is a Spreadsheet guru.
   So thanks for the effort and keep up the good work. I am sure you have more than enough Hams that already are submitting contacts for their LONG Number.  

JoAnn
AB8YZ

On Saturday, August 28, 2021, 09:19:14 PM CDT, Stephen Melachrinos via groups.io <melachri@...> wrote:


http://www.podxs070.com/lonp/070-member-info


-----Original Message-----
From: JoAnn Donaldson via groups.io <joannplano2005@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Aug 28, 2021 6:12 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] PODXS LONP greater than 2786

OK  I now have my log corrected, so how do Find the 070 numbers for the calls. Is there a page on the website that shows calls and their 070  number.

JoAnn
AB8YZ

On Friday, August 27, 2021, 01:40:09 PM CDT, John - KC3FL via groups.io <kc3fl@...> wrote:


JoAnn,

Try this ADIF to CSV tool.
software.ad1c.us/ADIF_to_CSV/index.html

John
LC3FL


--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: 80 mtr Sprint Dupes

Jim K5SP
 

Very good advice John.  All members should operate as much as possible, giving those in later time zones an opportunity to get people in the log.   With our checker, only the contacts within the six hour period the operator chooses count, all outside that six hour window are discarded, BUT they do count for someone who keeps trying and makes contacts within their six hour window.

Jim K5SP

On 8/31/2021 1:08 PM, John - KC3FL via groups.io wrote:

Since you don't know what six hour block a station is going to use, don't be too quick to tell a station they are a DUPE, they might be using a different block than the one they connected with you previously.  It is probably quicker to just complete the contact than explaining they are a DUPE plus the checker throws DUPES out.  Have fun, will be nice to see traces on 80.

John
KC3FL


--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: 80 mtr Sprint Dupes

Jerry N9AVY
 

John:

Think I may have done that in past contests.  Comes from many years of contesting and old habits die hard.

My apologies to anyone I may have called a dupe.

Jerry  n9avy

On Tuesday, August 31, 2021, 01:08:57 PM CDT, John - KC3FL via groups.io <kc3fl@...> wrote:


Since you don't know what six hour block a station is going to use, don't be too quick to tell a station they are a DUPE, they might be using a different block than the one they connected with you previously.  It is probably quicker to just complete the contact than explaining they are a DUPE plus the checker throws DUPES out.  Have fun, will be nice to see traces on 80.

John
KC3FL


80 mtr Sprint Dupes

 

Since you don't know what six hour block a station is going to use, don't be too quick to tell a station they are a DUPE, they might be using a different block than the one they connected with you previously.  It is probably quicker to just complete the contact than explaining they are a DUPE plus the checker throws DUPES out.  Have fun, will be nice to see traces on 80.

John
KC3FL


Re: 070 Numbers

JoAnn Donaldson
 

Jim K5SP,

I do not like his wording and what he said. It was condescending and very improper IMHO.
Once my daughter has got this all working form me, I am not going to share until he apologizes. It made public for all to read. I do not associate with people that are that way. I spent 22 years as a CSI and had to put up with crap like that. never liked it but it was part of the job. Now that I am retired, I will do what I want. I really like the 070 Club but IMHO, it is starting to fall apart because your Infrastructure has started falling apart.

BTW I have sent the Excel file of the Call signs and 070 numbers to my daughter. I am sure in a few days she will have working and will send it back to me. When I submit a new listing, I will Copy/Paste to a new Excel Sheet so that the macros are not transmitted with it. In fact my daughter may be able to create a button that will do just that. I will suggest that to her tonight.

JoAnn
AB8YZ 

On Monday, August 30, 2021, 02:25:57 PM CDT, Jim K5SP <jinnis@...> wrote:


JoAnn, should your daughter develop the macro that works, thank her profusely for her time. 

I am asking that you reconsider your statement yesterday as to not sharing with the membership, as any excel file would be utilized by many of the members. 

Stan is correct with the link to the member files.  I apologize for not providing that yesterday.

Jim K5SP

On 8/30/2021 1:38 PM, JoAnn Donaldson via groups.io wrote:
I have search the 070 website for a list that shows all the members and their 070 numbers. I did on another site fine a list but it stops at 2676. So this site is not up to date. the LONP CSV file only shows LONP numbers so that will not work for me. So is there a CSV file that is up to date  or close to up to date and shows members call signs and 070 number. My daughter needs this to create a database file that will reside on Sheet 2 of the Excel file. She said that as New members are announced with their 070 number that I will be able to update the database file on sheet 2 hopefully. Not really good at excel but she is a wizard.

JoAnn
AB8YZ

--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Member list. #information

 

I wish fldIgi had the alert alerts like HRD. I gave up on HRD a long time ago. Had to many errors and lock ups. Then they want 50 bucks to answer question's about things that should work in the first place. No way !!
--
Dave NU4N #1657 73's


Re: 070 Numbers

Jim K5SP
 

JoAnn, should your daughter develop the macro that works, thank her profusely for her time. 

I am asking that you reconsider your statement yesterday as to not sharing with the membership, as any excel file would be utilized by many of the members. 

Stan is correct with the link to the member files.  I apologize for not providing that yesterday.

Jim K5SP

On 8/30/2021 1:38 PM, JoAnn Donaldson via groups.io wrote:
I have search the 070 website for a list that shows all the members and their 070 numbers. I did on another site fine a list but it stops at 2676. So this site is not up to date. the LONP CSV file only shows LONP numbers so that will not work for me. So is there a CSV file that is up to date  or close to up to date and shows members call signs and 070 number. My daughter needs this to create a database file that will reside on Sheet 2 of the Excel file. She said that as New members are announced with their 070 number that I will be able to update the database file on sheet 2 hopefully. Not really good at excel but she is a wizard.

JoAnn
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Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director

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