Yasme Foundation grant to Club Log

I’m very happy to announce that the Yasme Foundation has awarded Club Log a grant of $2,000!

Club Log is built to be run on a frugal platform using just one server, and part of the fun and games has been making the software fit into limited resources. Keeping up with the enthusiasm of expeditions and DXers for the site, while still keeping it free, has been a very nice technical challenge.

Here is the message I received from Rusty, W6OAT today:

“Club Log represents a unique innovation that has quickly become established in the culture of our hobby. By providing free access to features such as leagues, online QSL requests and expedition management tools, Club Log has expanded the state of the art of DXing and has grown quickly as a result. The Foundation’s grant to Club Log gives the team the means to install backup servers and keep this precious resource online for everyone to enjoy into the future. We look forward to seeing more innovations from the Club Log team.”

Rusty, W6OAT, the Yasme Foundation

Thanks, Rusty!

I want to say thank you again to the Yasme Foundation for putting forward such an exceptional grant to Club Log. I am extremely grateful for this, and the support shown by other foundations and – of course – to the many generous users of the system who have given so much support to Club Log. It’s great fun building and improving the site for everyone to use, and you make it possible with your donations for which I am humbly grateful.

Have a great Christmas and may 2013 bring you many new ones!

vy 73

Michael G7VJR

Creator of Club Log

PS. I will be at Friedrichshafen in 2013 to speak about Club Log – hopefully with the whole team (Alan 5B4AHJ, Marios 5B4WN and Dimitri SV2YC). Looking forward to seeing many EU DXers there!

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