One argument could be that Clock isn't interesting enough and doesn't see much development in terms of speedcubing techniques.
Also, feet will be removed at the end of the year.
Honestly, I don't see the point of those threads if it's just to post a list, cast votes, repeat said votes...
Also about the StackTimer (I definitely should've paid more attention to your post, sorry) don't worry, they're easier to use than you think. Usually there is a tutorial for new competitors, and you can always ask another competitor or a delegate when in doubt!
Another advice: register to as...
There's also a CUBE cover tutorial on this thread: https://www.speedsolving.com/threads/cube-cover-tutorial.66010/ (link: https://www.instructables.com/id/Twisty-Puzzle-Cover/).
You'll have to adjust the measurements for it to cover a clock.
Hello fellow cubers!
I'm Vim, 27, maths teacher from France, who got into "cubing" (as in solving the 3x3) when I was in high school, nearly 10 years ago (time flies!).
I got into cubing when, earlier this year, I finally caved in and bought a Rubik 4x4. Why did I buy a Rubik cube you say...