Re: Taking the QRP ARCI software to the modern age?

Scott Davis

Hi Jim,

Thanks for your e-mail.  Sorry, no, there just isn't nearly enough time here and the level of interest doesn't justify it.  It has become obvious that this camel is already carrying too many straws.  The way things stand currently, any additional contests I add to the package will have to be extremely popular.  Maintaining roughly 120 programs already is too many as is.

I'm sorry that I didn't have the answer you were hoping for.


73, Scott

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Stafford W4QO <qrp@...>
Sent: Tue, Apr 14, 2020 3:08 pm
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Taking the QRP ARCI software to the modern age?

I know you have a lot going on and that the QRP ARCI contest module
was so little used that it was not translated to the modern prototype
of all your main programs but would you consider bringing up to date?

I used the "older" version to do the QRP CONTEST this past Friday
evening and I suspect many others did as well.  I think you'll see
a resurgence of activity as we move forward.

Here are the entries for this past Friday's event where we had over 60 entries.
I also know that this software is used by many (including myself) to log
other contests which use the same 3 types of fields:

I used N3FJP of course.  So far I'm in the "lead".  I only wish I had said that I used N3FJP software.

Take care.  I'll promote ARCI logging around the net.


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