You can look onto my on-line log and my profile at HamQTH.com.
All QSLs 100% via buro and LoTW/eQSL.
If you are looking for CQRLOG for Linux, try this page.
- after hitting ESC in any window opened from NewQSO, cursor will be returned to callsign edit field
- frequency in New QSO and QSO list wondow is formated to 0.0000
- added Help -> Keys and shortcut to menu in QSO window
- RBN integration into GrayLine showed CW speed instead of signal strench - fixed
- DXCC entity window didn't show when compiled in Debian Sid and Ubuntu 13.10 - fixed
- when CQRLOG was run for the first time, two mysqld proccesses opened the same database - fixed
- upload to ClubLog didn't work after enter QSO and delete - fixed (big thanks to Pawel, SQ5LTL)
- TRX control window's layout was broken with some font sizes - fixed
Download from http://www.cqrlog.com/download
It has been 14 days since the last release and we have new version again. There are a few bugs fixed and two new features added. This version is released so early because I hope it could get to new Ubuntu LTS. More in Download section.
Launchpad is going to start building packages in about one hour. Please be patient.
- Enter key in Filter window will activate the filter
- blank locator field in Group edit clears locator field
- ADIF export didn't contain DXCC field with ADIF id of the country
- graline caused program crash after compile with recent FPC and Lazarus versions
- when the grid was in lowercase, the Big square statistic was broken
- bandmap didn't worked if the freq of QSO precision was to one Hz
- debug level settings didn't worked at all
- QSO will be confirmed when time difference between QSO and QSO from LoTW is not more than 10 minutes
More in Download section.
Today HamQTH.com celebrates two years anniversary with good health and growing number of users.
What was the most important news last year? We moved to new and much faster server with 28 GB of RAM, 4x1TB disk connected to RAID 10. Forum has been added, now is not visited so often but hopefully, it will get better in the future. UI was improved as well. Lots of changes were made to developers interface. Application developers can use DX cluster feed, dxcc callsign search, upload QSO in real time etc.
- Simple award verification protokol added (more in developers section)
- Feedback button added
- a few small bug fixed
- 527,346 visitors
- 4,080,887 page views
- 15,965 registered users
- 11,137,898 QSO in the log from 1,650 different callsigns
- 13,240,055 queries to XML search
It won't be possible without your support. Please upload your images to HamQTH, tell your friends about it and use it every day. If you like HamQTH.com, please consider small donation and/or put our banner to your home page.
73 Petr, OK2CQR
To commemorate our 75th anniversary in May FOC is holding a month-long on-air event featuring at least 45 special FOC-suffix calls. These will include GB75FOC, a special anniversary call for our club station. (GC4FOC will be used when operating from Wales, GN4FOC from Northern Ireland, GP4FOC from Guernsey, GS4FOC from Scotland, and GT4FOC from Isle of Man). A list of who is on the key of each special UK call each day can be found here. There will be many other FOC calls on the air all month from outside the UK, including some exotic locations such as 4X, 5B, 5T, 7Q, A6, HZ, KH6, V3 and VQ9.
- added CTRL+W hotkey to send spots to dxcluster
- DX cluster shows also country name next to the spot (must be enabled in Prefereces)
- international characters in New QSO window should work again
- DX spots with freq eqauls to the start of the band (21.000, 14.000 etc., usually notes) are ignored
- HamQTH added to dx clusters list
- fixed reading A-index (was 1 even when actually was 10)
- /MM, /AM and stations with unknown DXCC country didn't appear in bandmap
- database update hangs
- fixed xml request address of qrz.com
- DXCC CFM count function didn't uses eQSL cfm QSO
- fixed reading mode from FT-920 (returned MEMO as VFO)
- fixed bug in dxcluster caused program crashed randomly
- program didn't apply eQSL rcvd when the band was in lowercase
FOC is pleased to present the FOC QSO Party. This event is open to all radio amateurs world-wide. Its aim is to encourage the use of, and excellence in, Morse code. The FOC QSO Party is not a contest but an activity day in memory of Bill Windle, a past Chairman of FOC who was very keen that we should all be as active as possible on the bands.
Thanks to your donations, I could buy much better server. Now HamQTH VPS (virtual private server) has 3GB RAM and 90GB HDD. The old server has only 1GB RAM. I did tons of optimization but last few months the server was overloaded most of the time.
I'm going to move HamQTH to new server tomorrow (2012-09-12) early morning local time (around 02:00 UTC). It will be offline for 30 minutes or so. I already tried to move whole database (almost 4GB),users data (over 15 000 files), small programs which are running on background like ADIF import, FCC daily transaction import, DXCC XML search, utility that collects spots from RBN and DX cluster, another utility that reads spots directly from DX spider data files and do some statistics (DXCC, LoTW, eQSL) before stores it into database. Also tried to move scripts like auto backup, download eQSL, LoTW and DXCC tables etc. It worked quite well but I had to do some tweaks because new server is running on Ubuntu 12.04 server with MySQL 5.5. Older server has Ubuntu 10.04 with MySQL 5.1 installed.
I must say, new sever is far faster than the old one. I did some tests and it's excellent. From 3GB of memory I gave 1.8GB only to MySQL to cache indexes and data. So please fingers cross. I'll need that.
I would like to thank you for donations. Without them, it wouldn't be possible to buy this new server. Now I can add more new functions because I won't be limited with 1GB of RAM. Thank you!!
New version of HamQTH.com is online!
- last 5 uploaded logs are stored and available for download - another backup for your QSO
- IOTA and POWER fields added to logsearch
- new log upload page for logging software developers created, more in developers section
- a few layout improvements
- developers section improved
- uploading images improved
- a few bugs fixed
It seems that HamQTH server needs upgrade which costs $300. I already have $180 and need $120. It would be great if you could make small donation. Thank you!
What happened during our first year? How was HamQTH improved?
Information about new free ham radio call book was published on 29 of June 2011. After that, I got a lot of databases from users, who like the idea of HamQTH, and imported it. Thank to them, the database had more than 1 300 000 call signs. A month or so later, I created XML access for logging programs. First log, that used it was DFHLog from Jesus, EA7DFH. He was faster than me! After DHFLog, XML search supported also CQRLOG. Not so many programs, but it was the beginning.