I’m not sure if you’re joking about propagation and QSB levels. I’m not looking to give a lot of extra work to the activator. But if the activator is using a beam he/she will know which way they are beaming initially and hence adding this info isn’t a difficult job. Of course the beam may get peaked or turned when he/she hears a chaser or another activator. I’m looking for a starting point rather than a running commentary, perhaps as someone else said, the expected area - e.g. looking for calls from Southern England, Spain, Scandinavia etc.
I liked the comment that the beam direction will mostly be up-wind or down-wind. From operating VHF/UHF field days in high winds - even with much more sturdy masts that we use for SOTA, I know EXACTLY what you mean! Using the old “Armstrong” rotator to try to get the beam pointing back where it needed to be was quite an effort!
As we’ve seen of the last 24 hours, where one person considers 6m to be open, others are hearing nothing. It’s all about position, so propagation reports can only be partially useful.