Re: Centennial QSO Party Watch List Update!


Oct 18, 2014

 


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#23459 Oct 18, 2014

Hi All,

Just a quick note to let you know that thanks to many of you sending your Centennial QSO Party data, the current Amateur Contact Log Centennial QSO Party Watch List file now contains 3,738 unique entries with point values greater than one!  A copy of the latest is attached.  This is by no means all the higher point value calls, but it should at least cover a significant chunk of the more active ones.  



You can also download the latest file here:

www.n3fjp.com/watchlist.html



I suspect the Watch List will continue to grow since I'm still receiving more Centennial QSO Party log data.  Rather than creating too much e-mail regarding the updates, if you want to keep up with the latest, please visit this page often:



www.n3fjp.com/watchlist.html



Unless anything significant develops, I'm not planning to send any more e-mail on this topic, but I will update the file on the website at least once per day (assuming I receive additional data), so check back there for the latest!



Enjoy the Centennial QSO Party!



73, ScottN3FJPwww.n3fjp.com Serving the Amateur Radio community with contesting and general logging software since 1997. 1 Peter 3 vs 15: Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect...  



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#23461 Oct 19, 2014

Hi All,   I had to look at the list. I'm not on it. I should be 35 points as I am an ASM. Maybe some have worked me during the Texas QSO Party. I guess I need to be more active on the air.

73, Larry, WB8LBZWest Texas Section, Assistant Section ManagerEl Paso, TX


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