The Islands on the Air (IOTA) program now is offering online QSO matching via ClubLog. From the IOTA website, go to “My Credits” and click on “ClubLog QSO Matches,” then scroll down and click on “Show Accepted Activations” to see the list of operations for which QSO matching is available. A few operations already have been included.
Island activators have full control over whether their logs are listed as available for QSO matching. When uploading their activation log to ClubLog, activators may agree to immediate matching or to a delay of a specified period.
Contact IOTA for more information on QSO matching via ClubLog (inquiries on this topic only, please).
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