The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby PeterMollenburg » Fri Mar 22, 2019 7:02 am

Lianne wrote:Might I suggest that the monthly leaderboards be cumulative? Since it's a yearlong challenge, not a monthly one. That way as the year progresses we'll be able to see how many people people are still at 100%, rather than just who got 100% last month. Just a thought. :)


Hi Lianne, I have intended that it be cumulative, but have barely the time to scratch myself lately to update it. Will do so soon.
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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby PeterMollenburg » Sun Mar 24, 2019 1:22 am

tomgosse wrote:Bonjour mes amis,

I've had to withdraw from the challenge. Too many doctor appointments have depleted all my energy. My last day was March first, for a score of sixty. I hope that everyone has a good challenge this year.

Later,
Tom


I hope you get on top of things tom, or at least that things improve significantly so you have more time to spend doing the things you love.

ロータス wrote:Final score: 80.

I'm happy I made studying ZH a habit but now I'm not happy doing this habit. My last month in tech school so got a lot of stress planning for the future and somedays just want to chill and watch Youtube all day. Knowing that I HAVE to study ZH without a break is making me want to stop studying ZH when really all I have to do is stop this challenge.


Sometimes quitting something can be just as important as not giving up. There are times in life, ロータス, when quitting certainly is not in our best interests, and there are other times, as it seems is the case for you now, when quitting, is beneficial and about knowing what you really must do, what's right for yourself, that is. Good luck ロータス !
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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby PeterMollenburg » Sun Mar 24, 2019 3:13 am

PeterMollenburg wrote:
Lianne wrote:Might I suggest that the monthly leaderboards be cumulative? Since it's a yearlong challenge, not a monthly one. That way as the year progresses we'll be able to see how many people people are still at 100%, rather than just who got 100% last month. Just a thought. :)


Hi Lianne, I have intended that it be cumulative, but have barely the time to scratch myself lately to update it. Will do so soon.


Okay, I've finally updated the scores in a cumulative fashion. Lemme know what you think, Lianne, and anyone else. ;)
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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby Lianne » Sun Mar 24, 2019 4:36 am

PeterMollenburg wrote:
PeterMollenburg wrote:
Lianne wrote:Might I suggest that the monthly leaderboards be cumulative? Since it's a yearlong challenge, not a monthly one. That way as the year progresses we'll be able to see how many people people are still at 100%, rather than just who got 100% last month. Just a thought. :)


Hi Lianne, I have intended that it be cumulative, but have barely the time to scratch myself lately to update it. Will do so soon.


Okay, I've finally updated the scores in a cumulative fashion. Lemme know what you think, Lianne, and anyone else. ;)


Looks great! Very clear. And sorry to have hurried you. :P
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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby Cèid Donn » Sun Mar 31, 2019 5:34 pm

Whenever Peter asks for March scores, please add me to the list:

March:

Cèid Donn: 31 points (Generic), Total points: 90
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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby Lianne » Sun Mar 31, 2019 7:11 pm

Please copy the post from this sentence onwards, update your score, and include the following:

• your username,
• your languages and their respective scores for each for March only,
• your total score for each language for the year so far,
• amount of days missed (so that your calculations can be verified as correct)

March
Cèid Donn: 31 points (Generic), Total points: 90
Lianne: 31 points (French), Total points: 90
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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby lavengro » Sun Mar 31, 2019 8:52 pm

Please copy the post from this sentence onwards, update your score, and include the following:

• your username,
• your languages and their respective scores for each for March only,
• your total score for each language for the year so far,
• amount of days missed (so that your calculations can be verified as correct)

March
Cèid Donn: 31 points (Generic), Total points: 90
Lavengro: 23 (Italian), total points: 82
Lianne: 31 points (French), Total points: 90
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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby Fenderman » Sun Mar 31, 2019 11:40 pm

Please copy the post from this sentence onwards, update your score, and include the following:

• your username,
• your languages and their respective scores for each for March only,
• your total score for each language for the year so far,
• amount of days missed (so that your calculations can be verified as correct)

March
Cèid Donn: 31 points (Generic), Total points: 90
Fenderman: 31 points (Spanish) Total points: 90
Lavengro: 23 (Italian), total points: 82
Lianne: 31 points (French), Total points: 90
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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby coldrainwater » Mon Apr 01, 2019 1:23 am

Please copy the post from this sentence onwards, update your score, and include the following:

• your username,
• your languages and their respective scores for each for March only,
• your total score for each language for the year so far,
• amount of days missed (so that your calculations can be verified as correct)

March
Cèid Donn: 31 points (Generic), Total points: 90
Coldrainwater: 31 points (Spanish), Total points: 90
Fenderman: 31 points (Spanish) Total points: 90
Lavengro: 23 (Italian), total points: 82
Lianne: 31 points (French), Total points: 90
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Re: The 2019 365 Day Language Challenge - SCORING

Postby aravinda » Mon Apr 01, 2019 1:35 am

Please copy the post from this sentence onwards, update your score, and include the following:

• your username,
• your languages and their respective scores for each for March only,
• your total score for each language for the year so far,
• amount of days missed (so that your calculations can be verified as correct)

March
aravinda: 31 points (German), Total points: 90
Cèid Donn: 31 points (Generic), Total points: 90
Coldrainwater: 31 points (Spanish), Total points: 90
Fenderman: 31 points (Spanish) Total points: 90
Lavengro: 23 (Italian), total points: 82
Lianne: 31 points (French), Total points: 90
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