A Theorist in Amateur Radio


qsolog is a GNOME-based QSO logging program. It is designed to automatically fetch data from QRZ.com and to export to QRZ.com, eQSL.cc, and LoTW.

Current status

Last commit to master ( badeff5a540cc6940649e7431779fd6aa7936bef ) was pushed Wednesday, 30-Oct-2013 22:31:08 EDT

The local database access works, and all QSOs are stored in the database. There's even a commandline program to query it (very rudimentary at the moment) if you're into that. The program is usable, but not where I want it to be. The database fields are currently in flux. I don't anticipate adding more fields, but I don't rule it out until version 1.0.

Notable Working Features

Internal times are all stored in UNIX time, i.e. UTC seconds since the beginning of 1970. The current local time is manipulated, but the UTC time is also displayed. This allows the times to be consistent no matter where you are or where you go.


Working features:


Getting the source

To get the source to qsolog, use my public git directory:

git clone http://digitasaru.net/git/qsolog.git

Compiling and Installing

To compile, you'll need to run:

  1. mkdir aclocal.m4
  2. autoreconf --install
  3. ./configure
  4. make
  5. make install


qsolog requires the following libraries:


Patches are very welcome. If you'd like to contribute in some way, please contact qsolog@nx0q.net to find out how.

If you are unable to contribute code, you can also contribute funds to help me buy gear (ham and computer) using PayPal.

Thank you for your help!

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