As requested by Brian G8ADD…
In reply to M1EYP:
Last year, I did an activation on ISW on Gun G/SP-013. I camped on
summit overnight. I entered my logs as Sat - 91 QSOs, Sun - 59 QSOs.
Both activations scored zero as I had already activated the summit.
Instead of entering two activations as 91 (0 points) and 59 (0
points), should I have entered one activation as 150 (0 points)? Does
it make any difference? Even if there was a point going, it would
have been 1+0 = 1. Or just 1.
Surely, this depends on what your priority as an activator is? For someone such as myself, the fun of SOTA is working pile-ups rather than pursuing points. Looking at the unofficial Highest Number of Qso’s League, clearly, I’m far from the exception.
Therefore, perhaps someone can tell me if this is correct?
AIUI, I could effectively set my tent up on G/SP-004, start transmitting at 0001z Saturday morning, work thru until 2359z Sunday evening, possibly bag 600 qso’s, log it as a single 48 hour activation and then claim the lead of the unofficial Highest Number of Qso’s League? The chasers could work me on both days claiming 2 points each day, however, I’m assuming as my activation is classed a single activation, I would only be allowed to log their callsign once in that 48 hour period, unless I work them again on a different band?