FT5GA - AF-011
BIENVENUE sur notre livre d'Or.
Merci de nous laisser ici un message ou un commentaire.
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20/09/2009 18:47 - DL
|Thank you for brigning this vy rare island |
on the air!
|Thanks for both 17/20m QSO's (so far). For sure, that was very tough to get( I'm just a 'little pistol'). But listening was the key for both QSO's. |
Let's hope all the lids would understand this and would stop their attitude on both cluster and air. This is only slowing down possible QSO's and ruining rare openings to long-distance areas for you.
Thanks for all the efforts to give us the opportunity to hear and contact such an isolated/wanted island. Enjoy the stay there, hope to QSO with you again, and above all, keep up the good work and have a safe trip back.
Ronan, dpt 35
| Is this a guestbook, or is this a page to vent displeasure. I'm not believing all the ballyhoo here expressing dissatisfaction about the operation. If you didn't know, there are five pilot stations for FT5GA listed on this web site. If you don't care to look, I'll list them for you. (F6AOJ, N5FG, JA1ELY, UAØMF, & ZL2AL)|
Flooding this guestbook (and the cluster) with tirades will accomplish nothing. It only adds to a sea of useless junk. Pilots are there for a reason. They are more effective than complaining on the cluster or a guestbook. But you have to contact them first.
Why are ops listing their QSO info here? (Call, Date, Time, Band, Mode) Are they hoping the operation will see it and make sure they are logged correctly? I doubt it. Doing this could backfire, causing someone who may be trolling for busted calls to spot your information. And DXCC has stated that publicly available info about QSOs could disqualify them for credit.
And why are ops complaining about not being in the log, when the QSO they claimed to have made was after the last log update. Do they really believe their call should show for that QSO? Sure, the log is behind, but we don't know what problems those guys are having getting information uploaded.
Good luck to everyone, and hope you get the new one or band/mode you need.
|very difficult to get you at least on one band in CW during the weekend! Poor condx, police, small time slots, poor signals...hope on more CW activity and that the online log is usable some time...|
20/09/2009 14:56 - Knoxville, TN
|W4PV, PQ54IDK (76.122.220.---)|
|Good operation but bad conditions make working the dxpedition difficult. Hopefully conditions will improve and the behavior of our fellow hams will improve to be mutually respectful.|
73'3 and good weather,
20/09/2009 12:52 - Port Elizabeth, South Africa
|I think you guys are doing a great job. If only the world can realise the size of your pileups!!!|
Enjoy the rest of your stay and thanks for 3 modes and 6 bands.
20/09/2009 12:41 - JA
|JA7COI Ichiro (210.147.5.---)|
| Your signals are very weak. And the latest news is not renewed in these several days. The online log dose not have new data after 02 UTC Sept.17th.|
This is the reason why many PIRATES are active behind the true scenes.I have no self confidence that I could have QSO with you or not.
I guess that you might have some difficulty on operation.But I think that you should inform us these difficult situation through the pilots in the world.
Any way, I hope your great success in this DX-pedition. Thank you.
|F5IUZ / Moïse (90.37.90.---)|
|Salut les copains ,|
je ne vous ai pas encore dans le log mais j'ai espoir .
Je vous felicite et vous encourage tous .
Amitie et 73 QRO
|SM4EMO, Ken (81.225.64.---)|
|Does the online log work or not?|
I have checked my own call and several others whom I know for certain have worked the expedition, but it looks all the same to me = no QSOs.
|Looking forward to working your team from the west coast of the U.S. Longpath (around the time of your sunset) is often good for us into your part of the world. |
Thanks to your team for all your hard work towards activating such a rare place!