KN4Y wrote:I think it is time Ten-Ten International joins in the endeavor to increase activity on the ten meter band. P.S. I have sent this request to the Board of Directors, but my letter seems to get lost somewhere in the mail system.
QSL cards are a way of life with Amateur Radio Operators, why not take advantage of this fact. Agree? or Disagree?
W5DJT wrote:I tend not to upload logs very often and find that I tend to confirm every QSO whether they're in log or not. Guess I'm too lazy to check logs
The exact reason electronic qsl's shouldn't be allowed.
N9AVY wrote:Electronic QSLs are here to stay ! Sorry, but snail mail QSLs may go the way of whale oil lamps.
If I operate a contest and 600 Q's or more, there is no way that I'm going to sit there looking up addresses, filing out cards and spending 27 cents a card ! The time I spend doing that means more time away from actual on the air operating , home projects (housecleaning for this single guy) and away from the never-ending paperwork of my business.
Now if one of you anti-electronic QSL card folks want to be my QSL Manager and subsidize me by providing cards, envelopes, labor and stamps... I might be willing to jump on the anti-electronic QSL card bandwagon. But until then, I'll just keep on sending QSLs via LoTW and the less-than=desirable Eqsl.
ARRL W9 QSL Bureau Dispatcher (D suffix)
KC4TVZ wrote:Electronic QSL cards shouldn't be allowed? The only time I ever had to send in my real QSL cards for a Ten-Ten Award was back in 1994 for the WAS award. The rest of the Awards was as easy as sending a LOG into the Awards Managers. eQSL cards are simply a way to save on postage, so I like them and think they should be allowed. Its probably to late to stop them now, if it needed to be done. Its just one of them things that probably would be hard to police anyway.
73 KC4TVZ Todd
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