[WRTC2018] Competition rules

Uwe Koenneker dl8obf at yahoo.de
Thu Feb 12 22:27:15 CET 2015

Hello José,
sure, we will consider input from past participants (both competitors as well as judges). The experience particularly from Moscow and Boston will be considered. We have already started discussion, but more input is always welcome. Feel free to drop us your thoughts!
However, I would probably not go that far and call it ´crowdruling´. If crowdruling would be the decisive force then we will likely all end in a country of milk and honey without any taxes :-). 
We will share more details once we have them available.
Thanks and vy 73             Uwe, DL8OBF   

     José Nunes CT1BOH <ct1boh at gmail.com> schrieb am 11:42 Donnerstag, 12.Februar 2015:

 Hi Uwe
What about sharing with putative WRTC2016 participants, the discussion and sound prepatation for the rules.Keeping participants in the blank until the announcement in 2016 is not the best action, in my modest opinion.
If regular information is given from now until 2016, where putatitve participants can indeed provide input, will result better in the end - "Crowdruling" should be a sound solution for rules!
Keep up the good work!
73 JoséCT1BOH

On Thu, Feb 12, 2015 at 10:14 AM, Uwe Koenneker <dl8obf at yahoo.de> wrote:

there have been already a few questions regarding the competition rules for the WRTC in Germany. We have decided to announce in 2016 the rules for the actual competition. The organizing team would like to have a sound preparation and take experience from previous competitions into account before announcing details.
Thanks and vy 73                   Uwe, DL8OBF                   

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