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Logbook of The World Web Page Now Features Daily and Hourly Status Updates:

from The ARRL Letter on December 13, 2012
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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Logbook of The World Web Page Now Features Daily and Hourly Status Updates:

The ARRL has created a new informational page http://www.arrl.org/logbook-of-the-world to issue daily status updates and information of interest to the Logbook of The World (LoTW http://www.arrl.org/logbook-of-the-world) user community. These updates will include planned downtime and changes that will impact LoTW operations. In addition, LoTW's processing queue is now updated hourly http://www.arrl.org/logbook-queue-status, telling how many logs and QSOs have been uploaded to the LoTW system and are awaiting processing. New hardware that will improve LoTW's throughput is on order and is expected to be running in six to eight weeks.

Rick Murphy, K1MU, and Dave Bernstein, AA6YQ, have been charged with rebooting the Trusted QSL open source project. If you have demonstrably strong C++ development skills that you're interested in applying toward improving LoTW's usability and efficiency, please contact Bernstein via e-mail aa6yq(at)ambersoft(dot)com.

We appreciate the user community's patience while we work to bring LoTW's performance to an acceptable level.

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The ARRL Letter

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Logbook of The World Web Page Now Features Daily and Hourly  
by W7KEY on January 3, 2013 Mail this to a friend!
Please, please, someone simplify the Log Book of the World. Like many, it requires too much overhead to use. In a world where we can conduct financial transactions online all day long, this program is very hard to learn and use. I almost consider cancelling my ARRL membership out of frustration.
 
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