PYFF created in Brazil the “DFF Brazil” Flora and Fauna Brazil Award program with reference to the WWFF regulation. Please find information here . There is a complete update of the PYFF directory contents. New parks are added and some others will be added later. For information write to Ronaldo PS8RV for any help or carification to the DFF program. email@example.com
To get your requested UN awards you should follow the next three steps.
- Go to the UN program website and go to the tab “Diplomas were awarded to” : https://www.unff.kz/
- Enter your call in the “download diplomas” window
- Select your request award and download.
- Below screenshots guide you through the procedure
- Information supplied by Artur UN6QC
Program coordinator WWFF in Kazakhstan.
As all has been quiet since August, the December 2018 update (v0.0.4) has just been released…
The headline is the addition of new awards and award-levels, together with a number of framework updates to support ongoing work.
In particular, attempts to detect problems that prevent (potential) P2P confirmations will be ongoing.
This addresses the following GitLab issues:
- Issue #00005 – P2P Confirmation Error flag (*)
- Enhancements to moding introduced at v0.0.3
- Issue #00010 – FFF awards
- New level (50) added for both Hunters and Activators
- Issue #00011 – Directory DXCCs
- All outstanding DXCCs added to Directory drop-down
- Issue #00012 – 4OFF Award
- Added at entry level – 3 for Activators and 5 for Hunters
- Issue #00013 – OHFF Award
- New level (300) added for both Hunters and Activators
(*) = Framework for ongoing development
Open Issues can be found in the GitLab Issue Tracker.
Development of Logsearch has to fit around family and work commitments! This is particularly the case as I’ve recently started a new job which means I’m on the road a lot!
Any problems, or new feature requests, via the Help Desk Forum please.
The WWFF Rules are generally intended for WWFF , for World Wide activities, but are of course superseeded by National Awards Rules, where there are.
This, although clearly stated in the WWFF Rules at 2.1 (… In countries where a National WWFF program exists, then any existing National rules take priority over the global rules) is very often not known by activators going in other countries.
So it may happen that operators coming from countries where the Activation requirements are different, believe honestly that they may do activities in other countries following their country rules. This is not exactly so! The same is for the Awards: he must follow the local rules, as recalled also by the above stated point 2.1 of the WWFF Global Rules.
Our HBFF Switzerland and Liechtenstein Flora Fauna difference.
Just uploaded 57 logs and had errors with 4 out of them. If you enter a P2P-point you should check that the entry is correct and of course there are more and more illegal activities. Each Z6FF- is actually invalid as there is no valid area yet.
You can find the valid list under the entry WWFF-directory.
There are often manual entries of P2P-points which has the wrong tag-length. All WWFF-reference has a four-digit-number.
If your log contain just one invalid P2P-point the whole log will not be uploaded. So the log-manager has to send it back to you for correction.
73, Manfred DF6EX WWFF-log-manager
Please be informed that the FF-activity of R25RFF call sign, scheduled for June 23 – July 5 — has nothing to do with RFF by WWFF. The announced “new one” RFF-200 and RFF-211 references are not valid for WWFF and RFF by WWFF, and references RFF-099 and RFF-067, even though they correspond to WWFF Directory, highly likely will not be credited for WWFF also.
The above-mentioned activity of R25RFF is held in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Russian Robinson Club (RRC), who was the initiator of the Flora and Fauna movement in amateur radio, but abandoned their award program, at least about 5 years ago. QSO with R25RFF are valid only for anniversary RRC awards. For more information, contact the RRC directly.
The activity of RZ9SFF in the same period from the RFF-446 reference is announced under the WFF (not WWFF) program, therefore, highly likely it will not be credited for WWFF as well.
73! RN3ANT, national RFF coordinator.
On the eve of “IARU Region 1 HF Field Day” we have published “Russian Flora and Fauna” award program.
Read, comment, evaluate and take aim, please.
Awards of the WWFF series can be applied, we hope, in the coming weeks, awards of “Sanctuary Russia» series… when you can accomplish it 😉
Images of the award samples will be published after June.
Sorry, human translation to English will be published in July, up to that time use Google Translate, please.
73 & 44! Vit, RN3ANT