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DXLog.net project was started by Kresimir Kovarik, 9A5K during the summer of 2011, his goal was to create the most intuitive, easy to use and most versatile contest logging software available today.
 
DXLog.net project was started by Kresimir Kovarik, 9A5K during the summer of 2011, his goal was to create the most intuitive, easy to use and most versatile contest logging software available today.
  
DXlog.net is still under development as of April 2015, with new features and bug fixes being released on a monthly basis.
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DXlog.net is still under development, with new features and bug fixes being released on a regular basis.
  
Download the latest version from http://dxlog.net/sw/download/
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Download the latest version from http://dxlog.net/sw
  
 
==Authors and Contributors==
 
==Authors and Contributors==
  
Kresimir (Chris) 9A5K the Author and project controller of DXLog.net.<br>
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The late Kresimir (Chris) Kovaric, 9A5K, is the original author of the DXLog.net software and wiki.<br>
  
Thanks to 9A1AA, 9A6C, DK8ZZ/VE3ZIK, E77DX/OE1EMS, IK2NCJ, N6TV, W9PA, YT3W and every registered user for their continuous support, new ideas, bug reporting and testing of DXLog.net.<br>
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Thanks to 9A1AA, 9A6C, DK8ZZ/VE3ZIK, E77DX/OE1EMS, IK2NCJ, N6TV, W9PA, YT3W, K1XM and SM7IUN and every registered user for their continuous support, new ideas, bug reporting and testing of DXLog.net.<br>
  
Thanks also to Jim M0CKE and Ken K6MR for improving the WIKI documentation.<br>
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Thanks also to Jim M0CKE, Ken K6MR, and Björn SM7IUN for improving the documentation WIKI.<br>
  
==Want to help?==
 
  
If you have some time available and want to help us develop DXlog.net in testing, development, documentation etc just contact 9A5K by e-mail (9a5k (at) 9a5k.com) for further details.
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Latest revision as of 08:32, 14 November 2019

DXLog.net project was started by Kresimir Kovarik, 9A5K during the summer of 2011, his goal was to create the most intuitive, easy to use and most versatile contest logging software available today.

DXlog.net is still under development, with new features and bug fixes being released on a regular basis.

Download the latest version from http://dxlog.net/sw

Authors and Contributors

The late Kresimir (Chris) Kovaric, 9A5K, is the original author of the DXLog.net software and wiki.

Thanks to 9A1AA, 9A6C, DK8ZZ/VE3ZIK, E77DX/OE1EMS, IK2NCJ, N6TV, W9PA, YT3W, K1XM and SM7IUN and every registered user for their continuous support, new ideas, bug reporting and testing of DXLog.net.

Thanks also to Jim M0CKE, Ken K6MR, and Björn SM7IUN for improving the documentation WIKI.


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