Contests section?

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Re: Contests section?

Post by jwiger » 02 Aug 2012, 05:00

"Contest" implies there is a prize. What would that be? -bragging rights? -Choice of next contest rules? -shiny trinket under avatar? (i kind of like that last one actually)
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Re: Contests section?

Post by mightor » 02 Aug 2012, 07:35

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Re: Contests section?

Post by spillerrec » 02 Aug 2012, 11:46

I live in an even smaller country and there is not a soul there... (Perhaps I just can't see the supernatural.)
hassenplug wrote:Do you guys really think we need a "Contest" section? Or, can we just use other areas of the forum?
Perhaps a community section? A place where we can talk about brickworld (and perhaps other IRL meet-ups), hold contests and start community projects like helping to improve the NXC documentation.
Don't really know if it is needed, however contents will have to stay near the top of the forums while it is running (which might be around 1-2 months) to get as many people as possible to join. It would also make it easier for people to find the old contests, as looking at peoples entries and seeing how they tried to approach the contest can be quite interesting. (It is also great for getting ideas on what to build.)
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