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Tue, 08 Apr 2008 13:45:47 -0700
Thunderbird 220.127.116.11 (X11/20080213)
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With the student deadlines reached, we've got scoring enabled now.
Just a reminder: the actual scores themselves are _not_ important. At
the moment, they provide a rough ordering of priorities; when we know
our allotted number of slots, they'll be used to place proposals above
or below the "accepted" line. That's _all_ they're for.
With that in mind, please try to avoid rating proposals too highly.
Since we're all sharing in the scores/slots, if there are many proposals
that are rated highly, it just means that the other GNU sub-projects
will have to click a few extra times to get _their_ favorite proposals
into the "accepted" bin.
So, if you like a proposal, but it's already got a pretty decent score,
it's probably best to avoid adding your own additional +4.
This is my personal preference, maybe Karl will chime in with better
Micah J. Cowan
Programmer, musician, typesetting enthusiast, gamer,
and GNU Wget Project Maintainer.
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- Scoring proposals,
Micah Cowan <=