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yep, yet another amater radio (ham) QSO logging program... why? Most logger apps I found so far are either too visually crammed, complicated or are only usable with mouse and click. For contesting I do like N1MM since it's crisp to the point and quick to use. Now if it only didn;t have that many top level windows. But for standard QSO , it's too powerful and also lacks convenience features like LoTW upoad or simple award tracking. Besides, creating my own logging app is a nice excuse to code :-)

Shortlist of planned features:
log new QSO with minimal entries (call, mode, band, RST) and no mouse interaction
make the UI accessible
edit/manage entered QSOs
ADIF import/export and backup as ADIF
entering a call shows DX entity info, similar/matching calls and previous QSOs if any
LoTW export/import

wishlist:
communicate with rig to read mode & band/frequency
award tracking/reporting
when entering call, indication which awards need this QSO
FISTS, SKCC, 10/10 etc tracking
Cabrillo import
distributed PC support: allow add/edit/deletes of QSOs on multiple PCs, merge changes (no central DB)
Smartphone/PDA support and merging
scripting support, e.g. DLR with Python

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amateur ham logger qsl qso radio

In a Nutshell, yaQSL - Yet Another QSO Software Log...

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