Why do National Co-Ordinators upload activator logs?

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    Paul
    Moderator

    Hi,

    Can someone on the WWFF Decision Team please advise why National Co-Ordinators are required to upload activator logs?

    This can be a time-consuming process.

    Is there a reason why activators cannot upload their own logs?

    I look forward to your response.

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    Paul VK5PAS
    VKFF & ZLFF National Co-Ordinator

    #14033
    Andrew M0YMA
    Keymaster

    Quite simply, the quality of logs *after being checked by National Coordinators* is bad enough…

    #14034
    Paul
    Moderator

    Hi Andrew,

    Thanks for your reply, although your response has not answered my question. Your response was a statement, rather than an answer, implying that National Co-Ordinators were not appropriately checking logs.

    I am looking at ways of streamlining the process and reducing the amount of work for National Co-Ordinators/VK State and Territory reps.

    Currently, if an error is detected at the log upload stage, the uploader receives an auto-generated message from Logsearch. The uploader then either modifies the log themselves or returns the log to the activator for the appropriate modification/s.

    I am not sure why activators cannot upload their own logs and receive such a message themselves and then undertake the appropriate log modification.

    This would streamline the log upload process and reduce the amount of work for Co-Ordinators.

    Other programs allow activators to upload their own logs. I am not sure why WWFF does not allow this?

    Regards,

    Paul VK5PAS.

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