The 2021 365 Day Challenge - Rules, Sign Up and Discussion

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Re: The 2021 365 Day Challenge - Rules, Sign Up and Discussion

Postby PeterMollenburg » Sun Feb 14, 2021 6:27 am

I am withdrawing from the 365 Day Challenge. I have big changes on the horizon and am best served by dropping out myself to focus on other goals including continuing to manage the challenge. Good luck peoples!

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Postby Arizakai » Sun Feb 14, 2021 6:43 am

I am withdrawing from the challenge too. Last day of study Feb, 3.
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Re: The 2021 365 Day Challenge - Rules, Sign Up and Discussion

Postby księżycowy » Sun Feb 14, 2021 10:08 pm

As much as I'd hate to jump on the drop-off train, I feel it would be better served for me to step away from the contest. I have some big stuff on the horizon, and need the flexibility right now.

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Re: The 2021 365 Day Challenge - Rules, Sign Up and Discussion

Postby Raconteur » Tue Mar 16, 2021 1:50 pm

PeterMollenburg wrote:6. There is no penalty for adding or removing languages with the generic option of study either.

7. Please announce any changes to your list of languages (including those who study using the generic option)

8. If you want to change from generic study to individual languages, you must do your best to calculate, honestly, roughly how much time you spent up to the date of change studying each language and convert it to individual scores.
Ciao! I would like to transition from Generic to Italian for 2021. So far, every single day since the beginning of the challenge was dedicated 100% to Italian, so there is no need to adjust the score in any way. Thank you!
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Re: The 2021 365 Day Challenge - Rules, Sign Up and Discussion

Postby PeterMollenburg » Fri Mar 19, 2021 7:31 am

Raconteur wrote:
PeterMollenburg wrote:6. There is no penalty for adding or removing languages with the generic option of study either.

7. Please announce any changes to your list of languages (including those who study using the generic option)

8. If you want to change from generic study to individual languages, you must do your best to calculate, honestly, roughly how much time you spent up to the date of change studying each language and convert it to individual scores.
Ciao! I would like to transition from Generic to Italian for 2021. So far, every single day since the beginning of the challenge was dedicated 100% to Italian, so there is no need to adjust the score in any way. Thank you!


No probs. Done!
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Re: The 2021 365 Day Challenge - Rules, Sign Up and Discussion

Postby Bunnychu » Wed Mar 31, 2021 5:35 pm

I'm withdrawing from the challenge.

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Re: The 2021 365 Day Challenge - Rules, Sign Up and Discussion

Postby rdearman » Sun Apr 04, 2021 10:33 pm

I'm quitting also.

rdearman: 31 days - Korean [Total: 90 days]
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Re: The 2021 365 Day Challenge - Rules, Sign Up and Discussion

Postby PeterMollenburg » Sat Apr 10, 2021 12:17 am

Hi peoples, while updating the March Leaderboard in the scoring thread, I decided to also updated the List of Competitors to reflect both active and non-active (those who have not reported their scores at least recently) competitors. That list can be found on page one of both the 365 Day Challenge Scoring thread as well as this thread.
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