I returned to ham radio last fall after being (mostly) inactive for almost 30 years. On of my first tasks to try to catch up with technology was to enter all my old log books into CQRLOG. Typing the QSOs was tedious but very nostalgic - seeing the new DXCC entries appear, old friends' calls from 75m chats, psyching out old propagation patterns (10m will come back, soon I hope), etc. The log books are now done, but I'm only ~half way through the box of contest logs.
But there was a lot of information in the logs that I didn't enter - station changes("TS-830 installed"), operating notes to self("80m stubs added, tuned to 3530, take them off for 75"), guest ops, contests, DXCC submissions, even antenna plans/dimensions.
I thought of a separate log ("History.log") which consisted of QSOs with my call and only certain fields filled with dates and text comments, or pointers to (separate) contest logs. I could still merge this with every other log to demarcate changes, but they wouldn't stand out very well. Other formats (.txt, .odf) don't merge as easily as .adf to give a full history.
How do other CQRLOG users handle this?