Please ensure your log files adhere to this naming convention which shows WWFF to POTA or POTA to WWFF: CALLSIGN@VKFF-9999_YYYYMMDD <-> CALLSIGN@VK-9999-YYYYMMDD
mParks Converter was developed to save time submitting Amateur Radio log files to the VK programs of both WWFF and POTA.
mParks will open and automatically convert your WWFF log file to a POTA log file by converting the SIG, SIG_INFO, My_SIG and MY_SIG_INFO fields values in your adif log file.
If you select a POTA log file, it will be auto detected from the file naming convention and convert to the WWFF format with WWFF references.
mParks can also batch convert multiple logs in one process. So if you have a history or logs or multiple logs to submit, it takes only a minute or two to convert and submit them. Any park 2 park QSOs are also converted.
mParks is a console which offers quick access to the resources and the following features:
Fast conversion of logs from WWFF to POTA or POTA to WWFF
Executes ADIF Master for log review and merging
Quick access to popular websites for spot review
Auto Submission of logs to relevant coordinator
JS8Call Spot Builder for fast construction of spots when you’re out of cell range
Auto application updates
Quick Online Support
Comprehensive Help file
The WWFF and POTA programs were born from one origin but diverged some years ago. Their differences are based on the opinion that some key features would be more attractive to some people if they were modified from the original. They programs share a lot in common but also offer differences which may have greater appeal differently to different operators. To many, they are both attractive programs. The mParks utility gives operators the ability to be both agnostic towards both programs but, more importantly, to enjoy the involvement in an even bigger community of mobile operators.
In fact, Google Earth offers many opportunities to utilise regular map updates with overlays and integrated content. One such integration provides a highly accessible and easily maintainable as-built drawings set for work on a golf course re-development.
The as-builts for Bonnie Doon Golf Club are currently up to date with the 3rd stage of works completed in April 2017. The video demonstration above offers a walk through of the drawing features.
The interface provides a very accurate drawing of fixtures all set in relation with the underlying ground features. This makes it very fast to locate items like sprinkler heads and valves when they are often subject to being hidden in over growth.
Power lines and main potable water lines are often ‘lost’ over the years when minor earthworks confuse the memory of where things used to be.
The drawings are also easily maintainable and only require a normal revision status protocol to ensure all stakeholders are kept up to date with the latest drawings.
• provides fast and painless analysis of the Times per Round report.
• automates the broadcast of reminder letters for both Pace of Play and Late Swipe conditions.
• Stores comprehensive metrics and player statistics
• Provides trend analysis of round times and expansion rates
• Displays data in easy to read charts for monthly reports
mPace Manager relies on end of play statistics and operates in an environment where a clear statement or pace of play policy exists within the Club. Sample policies are available to use as a model.
Monthly reports provide full metric analysis including tee block expansion rates.