- Feb 23, 2019
Technically that's not legal but noddon is a thing so I'm not sure how much of a difference it makes.a while ago i wasnt using a blindfold for 2bld, is this legit? Like I'd close my eyes and start solving, and if i accidentally made a move before closing my eyes then I would DNF the solve (has happened a few times)
Technically you should be using a blindfold, but I realize it is often inconvenient to do so. I'd prefer that people at least make the motion to don the blindfold, even if they don't actually use one - either with their hand or via a pretend nod-don.a while ago i wasnt using a blindfold for 2bld, is this legit? Like I'd close my eyes and start solving, and if i accidentally made a move before closing my eyes then I would DNF the solve (has happened a few times)
I post them on the forum and also send a PM here if possible, or by email if I don't know the competitor's id here.I am also confused about one other thing. Will the winners of the gift card be simply posted on the forums, or will the winners be emailed as well?
I have been wondering about that some time and just thought that it couldn't hurt to ask.
A completed solve means no DNF. People with 1 comp but no solves have competed but have all DNFs.How is it possible that some people are shown to have 1 comp, but no solves?
I admit I was conveniently ignoring it. The truth is that when I implemented those changes (requiring the comments on the DNFs), the number of problems with people putting in fake DNFs really did decline quite significantly, so I really don't want to make the change. If there is a groundswell with lots of other people making the same request you made, I will consider making the change, but I'd really rather not make this change, as it has proven to be very useful to me to require the comments for DNF results. It was actually a good bit of work to put in the requirement, but it was worth it to me for the improvement in the results that we got. So I hope there will not be a groundswell of people making the request, because I'd really like to keep it the way it is - it makes my life much easier.May I ask about my previous question also?
Not sure if I understand what you're asking for. Do you mean, for a given week, how many solves were successful solves, and a ranking of people by that number?I would like to know a top 10/20 of solves/comp in the weekly comp. Is that something you can easily extract?
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