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Re: [HCDX] [dxld] Jihad-DX
Glenn, you explained this anyway.
I am sad to see this kind of things in the DX bulletins.
What I understand it's the issue of giving credits to
original sources of information. And sharing the info
with other bulletins.
As my native language is not English, I may put this
in wrong wording. But, to what I've learned during last
years with internet DX-info, the most important thing is
co-operation in exchanging DX-information. If some
bulletins refuse to mirror some news or puts limits
to relay their news, a lot of DX'ers doesn't get those
news. This results in numerous loggings etc. about unid
stations, which could have been solved very early, if
I'll leave the forum free for discussion about the possible global
DX bulletin and online-logging (logging is already available at HCDX
but not much used....this is not a commercial)
Maybe my writing does not make much sense, but I wrote it anyway.
I'm putting this also thru to Cumbre-DX and HCDX. I haven't
got Bob Padula's address here, maybe someone can fw.
The best 73
Feb 6 Glenn Hauser wrote:
Re: [dxld] Jihad-DX
It is my name for Cumbre DX (its former name too), since Hans Johnson is
carrying out a jihad against me. I was hoping I would not have to explain
--- Jari Savolainen <jari.savolainen@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I wonder what is that Jihad-DX referred
> as a source in some items of DXLD?
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