I was on a trip the other day and was running APRSDroid on my phone. I get a direct message on APRSDroid from a DX operator. Unusual for me, but I send a quick reply through the messenging tab. Two minutes later I get an email. The op wants to confirm the QSO. The incoming QSL (through the QRZ logbook) says its on 2m. My APRS call was K3RW-7. I haven't yet mentioned to him 'hey I wasn't on a radio'. I had -7 because I was on my 2m FM mobile in my car on .52, but APRS normally is found elsewhere on 2m. Well, I wasn't on 2m FM on a radio, and this was an APRS app. I don't know if he was on a computer, HT, etc. Do packet QSOs count? We have packet systems locally. Do only ones that weren't relayed and digipeated through other systems, count? Not sure what the rules are here. I figured it might be different for ISS packet store and forward versus APRS versus traditional packet. I can work packet well beyond my normal VHF range.