eally slick thing is that as soon as you upload it, they do an immediate syntax check (so you’ll know if there are any errors), then post your claimed score on their website along with everyone else in your category.
I submitted as Outside Europe, Single Operator, Multi-band, low power and I guess I’m kind of in the middle of the pack at the moment. Of course, this is subject to log checking (I may have made an error logging a station or two) and it will change as others submit their logs, but it’s nice to get immediate feedback. Another excellent use of technology by the contest organizers.
One nice side-effect of just “playing around” in the contest was that I did not only work OH0Z on Aland Island on 75m, but as soon as I uploaded my log to Logbook of The World this afternoon I got a confirmation of that contact, bringing me to 97 countries confirmed on that band. I’m getting pretty close to being able to submit for the 5 Band DXCC award.