In reply to HB9CSA:
I think what Damjan was suggesting is something like checking the database for everyone that logged e.g. HB9CSA on summit HB/ZH-015 today.
That would show the activator where there were discrepancies in their log.
To the best of my knowledge there is no way for us mere mortals to do so.
As the system depends on trust, there is no real reason to be able to that anyway. In fact it could lead to activators not keepin a log at all and just pulling the details from the chasers entries, which could of course be bogus!
The suggestion of a LOTW type affair is the opposite of the suggestion above. Both activator and chaser logs are secret. Only the system can check one against the other.
I personally would see this as a backward step. I actually like to look at other chaser/activator logs from time to time to see what stations they are managing to work form different summits etc.
The system works as it is, I don’t think it needs changing.
Now if only you could sort your chaser log entries from newest first