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Tonight the same problem, but I just had to enter this forum and then go back to Logsearch, and I was in.
Can anyone figure out what’s going on?
And remember that I have to log on every time with call and password. ‘It’ doesn’t remember me as requested.
I tried again just now, and it worked. It did not work just before I sent the first message ???
BTW, the server update worked wonders on the speed. No more internal errors. Great.
The last 3 or 4 days I have not been able to get into Logsearch. I can log on, getting “Howdy OZ4RT” in the upper corner, but when I try to go further, it disappears and I do not get further.
It happens on two computers.
Now let’s see if this mail creates a response. Others must have experienced the same?
73 … John
Yes, I know that there is a controversy, that’s why I asked, but I have no idea about what caused it.
YOFF has not been excluded from the WWFF, it is still present on the pages, including a working link to the YOFF website. There just isn’t an accepted YOFF coordinator.
I guess that makes YO a DXCC ”not represented in the current WWFF program”, so that section 6.11 in the rules offers a valid way to solve the log upload problem for the YO activators.
So until the issue is solved, one way or another, I suggest that you tell them that.
The next question, of course, is how to apply for YOFF awards. I am just two shy of the next step, 250 references. That will have to wait until the logs come up.
73 … John
I’m sorry. That download button is there and has been all the time. But it wasn’t what I asked for.
I guess it was the lap between the February 13 post and the May 23 reply as well as the topic title that led me to misread/misunderstand “QSOs can be downloaded….”.
Which is really clear enough.
And happy wishful thinking. Sorry.
- This reply was modified 4 years, 4 months ago by oz4rt.
Thanks, Luk. Let’s hope they know that – and do it.
Thanks a lot, Andrew, but there is no Download button ??
Did you see a couple of mails I sent you a while ago ??
It works, but it is very tedious to have to copy/paste 15 times 500 in order to get it all.
Does that make the processor happier?
A simple csv would be wonderful. It’s the data I am after, not the coloumns and the colours and all the graphics.
I managed to copy/paste everything down to a text file by starting from the end and moving backwards in 15 500-steps. It took a while, but fortunately no new ones were added to disturb the count.
I don’t know if the processor likes it better this way … it did take some trial and error.
I used to copy/paste the “All references” to an Excel file every time I passed an xx44 count to compare it with the previous one. In that way I could see what had been added (or removed).
Now I have to copy/paste it in 15 lumps and then scissor them together. I started to do that, but it would never go past the two first 500 lumps. After 1000 there were no matches found.
BTW, I have never met a 503 error.
Back to part of my original question:
Why is it that FFF-1592 (and several others) are still listed as ‘national’ in the QSO download, when it is listed as [Valid for WWFF] in the Reference download as well as in the Directory (the one on these pages)?
It appears that the GCR is looking at the same data set as the QSO download, while the Reference download is looking elsewhere.
Happy Easter … John
Nothing appears to have changed (in 2 months), except that the number of references with ‘valid from’ 31-12-9999 has grown to 133.
60 of them are ‘active’.
58 of these are French, 1 is Swedish, 1 is ZZFF-0001.
Is there a rationale of some sort behind this?
I dropped from 5983 to 5942 yesterday, Most, if not all, were SPFFs.
73 … John
Well, I can still count 120 references with 9999 in the latest csv file. I don’t know why you only found 90.
27 active, 1 test reference, and the rest deleted.