For interest, the following activity (grouped by Programme) took place during August 2020, and have been uploaded to Logsearch. To add a little competitiveness, it is sorted by Average Number of QSOs per Activation.
Having said and done that, a special shout out to KFF, whose KFF Marathon has certainly got the activators out!
On September 26. 2020. is 8 years from leaving us our dear friend and great Op. pilot Goran Savic YT2A. Everyone who knew him, know that Goran was a big fan and one of the first activators of Flora&Fauna in Serbia. YUFF Team chose the date below, of his death for day of Serbian Flora & Fauna activation.
We are calling you on Saturday 26.09.2020. from 00:00 – 23:59 UTC take participation.
The migration to the new server is complete.
There will, undoubtedly, be some teething issues, but please bear with us – for example, some links are not working (yet).
Once the DNS has fully propogated, we will be adding SSL encryption for an even more secure site.
On Thursday 27th August from (approx) 14:00utc the WWFF.CO website will be unavailable for a few hours, to allow migration to a new server.
of attitude for specially protected natural areas demonstrates the RO3M team, which will be active since 10 UTC of August 28 until 12 UTC of August 30 from the Levashovsky zakaznik (natural reserve), RFF-0994 (ATNO!) on 160–10 m and 2 m CW and SSB.
Transceivers FT-950, IC-746, FT-991 and Flex 6200, an ACOM-1000 power amplifier will be used, antennas Inverted Vee for 160–80–40–30 M bands and Spiderbeam for 20–17–15–12–10 M bands will be deployed.
QSOs with RO3M/p during this period are also valid for:
– RRNA: Knyaginya river R-46-0090;
– RAFA: Levashovo airfield HA2Q;
– RDA: Nekrasovsky district YR-20.
But what is the “great example”? Great example is in the fact that the RO3M team will clean from garbage area within a radius of 500 m from its location, for which they are prepared 100 garbage bags.
The latest update (v0.0.12) has just been released…
The headline is that FINALLY the WWFF Points Award is now available… plus (once again) the addition of a number of new awards and award steps, plus a bit of tidying up.
Note: some of these have been pre-released…
This update revises the following new awards and/or award levels:
- Issue #00013 – Add new levels OHFF-A-700/800/900/1000 and OHFF-H-700/800/900/1000
- Issue #00020 – Add new levels LZFF-A-35 and LZFF-H-70
- Issue #00024 – Add new levels LAFF-A-200 and LAFF-H-200
- Issue #00035 – Add new level ONFF-H-900
- Issue #00040 – Add new Activator Points award on WWFF page
- Issue #00050 – Add new award RFF-A-10 and RFF-H-22
- Issue #00051 – Add new level P2P-1144
- Issue #00051 – Add new level KFF-A-2500/3000 and KFF-H-2500/3000
Linked to these, some fixes to Award GCRs:
- Issue #00055 – GCR for P2P
- Issue #00056 – GCR for Activators
This update also addresses the following other issues:
- Issue #00014 – 2018 reports only updated monthly
- Issue #00026 – CSS changes for Individual v Club operators (WIP)
Open Issues can be found in the Issue Tracker.
Further work is ongoing… especially to try and address the lack of Club Station reports in “Top Operators”… I thought I had the answer, but it made the queries too complicated and affected server performance.
It still hasn’t happened, but in the near future, all CTFF references, activations and QSOs/P2Ps in The Azores will be migrated to a new CUFF series. This has been promised for a while (including in the last updates), but time has been in short supply!
Development of Logsearch has to fit around family and work commitments! Unfortunately, my job means I’m on the road a lot!
Any problems, or new feature requests, via the Help Desk Forum please.