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5th-Mar-2009 04:14 am
X-MEN // colossus
First of all, hello! Secondly, I'm sorry about my absence. Real life > icontests. Sigh. Luckily, I have jordannamorgan, littlesarahlost and fragilecat to thank for picking up the slack and keeping things moving. Fortunately, the rotation schedule was still set on the two-week intervals system, and I think both jordannamorgan and myself would be more comfortable working from that schedule than posting a new challenge each week. So, I've updated the Rotation Schedule, and without having altered up through March, I'm not due to post a new challenge until the 9th, so that's when mine will go up (Challenge 59).

I'd like to mention to the co-mods and bannermakers that tags should be used. Please put the number of the challenge and what the post is about in the tags section of your entries. Everything's all out of whack so far as the tags are concerned. I've been working on them for months now and I can't seem to get things organized. So, all new posts should have tags if you can remember! Thanks.

-Beck

P.S. There should really only be two tags per entry. Tags examples:
challenge 1, challenge
challenge 1, reminder
challenge 1, voting
challenge 1, winners
challenge 1, banners
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6th-Mar-2009 03:52 am (UTC)
I've been having issues with the tags. The last time I tagged a new challenge with its number, that tag seemed to have disappeared the next time I posted. I'll see what happens if I try tagging some of my recent posts again.

(ETA: I see you've already tagged all the recent entries, so we'll see if the tag sticks the *next* time I post a challenge.)

I'm definitely very glad to see the two-week schedule will remain in place.


Edited at 2009-03-06 04:17 am (UTC)
6th-Mar-2009 04:15 am (UTC)
Another thought: something I do on the other icontest I run is delete reminder posts after they're no longer needed. There tend to be a lot of them, and they're really of no value once the challenge has ended, so getting rid of them makes things less cluttered when looking back in the entries for posts of actual substance.

As I said, just a thought. :)
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