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Contesting Online Speak Out

Speak Out: A post-contest accuracy report for cluster spotting?

Operating with spotting assistance is not for everyone, but for those who use it, what do you think about there being a published "accuracy" report for spots made during contests?

33 opinions on this subject. Enter your opinion at the bottom of this page.
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k3yd on 2007-03-13
A private "busted call" report would be interesting for those who think they're doing pretty well.

I think the reaction to a public list would be a significant reduction of spotting especially by those high on the "busted call" list. Since every spot report reflects some activity on a specific or approximate frequency, I say keep them coming.

K9NW on 2007-03-12
Why? Bad spots provide endless opportunity for late night musing over beers in hospitality suites. The real problem is ops who mindlessly jump all over the busted spots without even doing a mental reality check.

Anonymous on 2007-03-08
I think this would be quite interresting and would also make self spotters and such guys stand out mor obvious...


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