I have an interesting idea, use the program for the IARU HF
contest. The exchange for the IARU HF contest is RST and ITU zone. I
tested and the the N3FJP program will accept various numbers between
1952 and 2020 for ITU zone, those numbers are the years of the
Hamvention. You can ignore the score since there are no multipliers.
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Just a crazy idea, I wonder if the Cabrillo file would be
What does everybody think about this?
On 3/30/2020 06:24, Scott Davis via
Thanks for your
e-mail. I would love to write a program for the Hamvention
QSO Party, but there just aren't enough hours in the day.
With over 100 individually customized logging programs that
I am supporting already, along with all the daily e-mail
questions, I have to be sure to only add programs to the
package that will continue to be widely used beyond one
Please see this link
for more details here:
I'm sorry that I didn't
have the answer that you were hoping for.
That said, your score
is just the number of QSOs, so you could log your contact
activity in AC Log.
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