The membership files are used for tracking members of a club or stations to be collected for an award. CQRLOG curently supports tracking of 76 club memberships using internal files which are part of the installation. You can choose 5 clubs from this list which can be tracked simultaneously, providing the basic info in the 'Details' window with possibility to add a remark to a log colimn (there is a choice of Award, QTH, Comments to a QSO, Name, County, Grid and State). Here is a list allowing to download a most fresh update of a membership list of your particular interest. Some of below mentioned files are updated twice a week (most active clubs - SKCC, CWOPS, FOC, A1-Club, DIG and some others), some can remain unchanged because such clubs are either not very active or the data availability is limited.
There is quite impossible to track changes in every club listed below, so volunteer 'managers' wanted! Drop us a line if you are member of a club and you are willing to pay instatnt attention to the membership list and share your work with others. We strongly need a maintainer of the Ten-Ten (10X), QCWA and A1-OP (ARRL) membership lists but other clubs also wanted. There are many clubs which are not recognized, if you know such club, keep us informed or - better - prepare a membership list by yourself and let us know.
user definable digital modes added (in Preferences -> Modes tab)
program shows new QSOs confirmed by LoTW after import
SQL console added (with export to CSV and HMTL), now you can do with QSOs whatever you want
callsign attachments - you can add almost everything corrensponding to the call in log to a directory named by call and show it from logging program. You can display any picture, text or even PDF file related to the callsign
QSL attachments - an image of the QSL card can be added and displayed
QSL sent and QSL received date added
33CM band support added
time checking function for ADIF tags <TIME_ON> <TIME_OFF> fixed
loading StopBits and Databits parameters didn't work - fixed
+ propagation indices added
+ user definable digital modes added (in Preferences -> Modes tab)
+ program shows new QSOs confirmed by LoTW after import
+ SQL console added (with export to CSV and HMTL), now you can do with QSOs whatever you want
- time checking function for ADIF tags fixed
- loading StopBits and Databits parameters didn't work - fixed
Contest is over, you made a lot of nice QSOs which are exported in ADIF file. New QSOs should be imported to your station log, checked if you need QSL card and labels printed. How to do this in CQRLOG for Linux?