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Re: the all new TWIN GALAXIES...

Post by The TJT » Thu Apr 25, 2013 4:45 pm

ballas wrote: They should just make it available as a locked foum for anyone that wants to read through it in their own time.
That's not how they operate, they don't care about gamers or providing info no more. Wonder who are running the site these days, and who owns it...if Billy is still involved, what Walter thinks about it... what Robert M thinks about it etc...

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Re: the all new TWIN GALAXIES...

Post by Novice » Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:21 am

kernzy wrote:
Sun Apr 21, 2013 5:48 pm
Q: What does it cost to submit a score to Twin Galaxies?

A: Players may purchase Twin Galaxies score submissions based on three tiers:
- $25.00 – One (1) score submission or up to Two (2) hours of recording
- $60.00 – Three (3) score submission or up to Six (6) hours of recording
- $75.00 – Five (5) score submission or up to Twelve (12) hours of recording
they are f-ing crazy...
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very poor idea.
do they have quality judges who deserved so high salaries?

unfortunately their knowledge is totally inadequate.
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Re: the all new TWIN GALAXIES...

Post by Weehawk » Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:07 am

Novice wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:21 am
kernzy wrote:
Sun Apr 21, 2013 5:48 pm
Q: What does it cost to submit a score to Twin Galaxies?

A: Players may purchase Twin Galaxies score submissions based on three tiers:
- $25.00 – One (1) score submission or up to Two (2) hours of recording
- $60.00 – Three (3) score submission or up to Six (6) hours of recording
- $75.00 – Five (5) score submission or up to Twelve (12) hours of recording
they are f-ing crazy...
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very poor idea.
do they have quality judges who deserved so high salaries?

unfortunately their knowledge is totally inadequate.
That was six years ago under different ownership.

Currently submissions are verified in an open process by the community. No "judges" verifying performances in secret.
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Re: the all new TWIN GALAXIES...

Post by Novice » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:06 am

Weehawk wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:07 am
Novice wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:21 am
kernzy wrote:
Sun Apr 21, 2013 5:48 pm
Q: What does it cost to submit a score to Twin Galaxies?

A: Players may purchase Twin Galaxies score submissions based on three tiers:
- $25.00 – One (1) score submission or up to Two (2) hours of recording
- $60.00 – Three (3) score submission or up to Six (6) hours of recording
- $75.00 – Five (5) score submission or up to Twelve (12) hours of recording
they are f-ing crazy...
DEFCON2

very poor idea.
do they have quality judges who deserved so high salaries?

unfortunately their knowledge is totally inadequate.
That was six years ago under different ownership.

Currently submissions are verified in an open process by the community. No "judges" verifying performances in secret.
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does community have enough fair knowledge skill or ability?
i fully understood a decade ago.
millions of ignorant complainers can't make fair rule and discussion.
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Re: the all new TWIN GALAXIES...

Post by Weehawk » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:29 am

Novice wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:06 am
does community have enough fair knowledge skill or ability?
i fully understood a decade ago.
millions of ignorant complainers can't make fair rule and discussion.
The community, by definition, has more knowledge than any individual within it.

For any given game, there are a number of people out there somewhere who are experts on it. If there is anything wrong with a submission, there is a good chance someone will spot it. The open process means that any shenanigans will remain exposed for someone to figure out eventually. With the old referee system, if you got past the original "judge" who verified it in secret, you were probably safe.

Someone who has followed Twin Galaxies more closely than I have the last few years could probably point to some bad decisions.

I was skeptical of community verification when it was originally proposed, but it has worked better than I expected.
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