Re: [HCDX] Important QSLs?
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Re: [HCDX] Important QSLs?
I agree totally with Pat. Consideration and the
delete button are easy to apply. We need to
encourage people not put them off.
Being a mediumwave DXer in NZ who likes to try for North
American DX I rely on the ability to look up the details of his US QSLs,
even if I ever hear his loggings from NZ.
People find the HCDX list via search engines - they don't
always read the "rules".
To those people who are complaining about the "QSL" problem
I would ask "what was the first thing you posted to HCDX?"
PS. And everyone - go back to your radios and stop complaining
about HCDX!!! If you want to complain about something comlpain
about the rec.radio.shortave newsgroup.......
Patrick Martin wrote:
> The reason DXers post to several lists is everyone does not get all
> lists. If you post to several DX lists, then most DXers will see the
> posting. I still feel as many do, QSLing to a huge part of the DXing
> hobby and should be included with the postings of HCDX. Isn't the list
> for hard to hear DX? Well QSLing hard to hear DX is also just as
> important. There are many postings on HCDX that does not involve hard to
> hear DX, like much International SW. So if we are going to be picky,
> then there are other postings that should not be on HCDX. This DX hobby
> is for all DXers no matter if it is SW or MW, including QSLs. Since the
> origional QSL posting, I have received several e mails from DXers around
> the world that good forward to QSL postings. As Paul Ormandy said
> earlier, there is no ego involved here, just trying to help others who
> like to QSL stations. I also click the delete button most of the time,
> but so what. I would rather do that than miss one peace of valuable DX
> information. Please be considerate to others. Thanks you.
> 73s, Patrick
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