"The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

This is the main (and archive) forum for The Quickening, hosted by AnimeMusicVideos.Org

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby Radical_Yue » Fri Apr 27, 2012 4:15 pm

Update


Thanks to Kireblue for pointing it out to me >_>;;

We didn't have enough rounds so there has been a small alteration and a round has been added taking place from August 5th - 11th for the 2 editors who make it to the finals.
Image
User avatar
Radical_Yue
stuck in a room with a moose
 
Joined: 04 Feb 2005
Status: The flamer with heart of gold~<3

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby lloyd9988 » Fri Apr 27, 2012 5:32 pm

drewaconclusion wrote:
RAWdangers wrote:I think going with a recent trend . . .
Quoted Image converted to link:
http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lolwylZX8g1qf76m1o1_500.jpg
*facepalm*


*Double Facepalm*
~Yo~
User avatar
lloyd9988
 
Joined: 15 May 2011
Location: AZ
Status: Yeahhhhh......

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby ProjectBarcodeError » Fri May 04, 2012 10:51 am

i just realised...


what if half of a group/bracket , in any round, have abandonned due to various reasons ?
can people ,who haven't finished their two minutes, can still send their AMV and pass the next round if they're is really not enough entries ? or is there some kind of modification that will be made?


example: bracket 1: editors 1-4 and 6 send a full amv, editors 2 and 8 send an unfinished/too short one,3-5-7 have totally abandonned.

pardon me if that was answered, i have shitty eyes. :amv:
User avatar
ProjectBarcodeError
 
Joined: 09 May 2011
Location: snooping as usual

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby Radical_Yue » Fri May 04, 2012 10:57 am

ProjectBarcodeError wrote:i just realised...


what if half of a group/bracket , in any round, have abandonned due to various reasons ?
can people ,who haven't finished their two minutes, can still send their AMV and pass the next round if they're is really not enough entries ? or is there some kind of modification that will be made?


example: bracket 1: editors 1-4 and 6 send a full amv, editors 2 and 8 send an unfinished/too short one,3-5-7 have totally abandonned.

pardon me if that was answered, i have shitty eyes. :amv:



Nah, you're eyes are fine.

The amount of eliminations per round will always stay the same, so if someone drops, that will be counted as an elimination and the other editors in the group will have 1 person less to be worried about.
Image
User avatar
Radical_Yue
stuck in a room with a moose
 
Joined: 04 Feb 2005
Status: The flamer with heart of gold~<3

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby drewaconclusion » Fri May 04, 2012 10:58 am

ProjectBarcodeError wrote:i just realised...


what if half of a group/bracket , in any round, have abandonned due to various reasons ?
can people ,who haven't finished their two minutes, can still send their AMV and pass the next round if they're is really not enough entries ? or is there some kind of modification that will be made?


example: bracket 1: editors 1-4 and 6 send a full amv, editors 2 and 8 send an unfinished/too short one,3-5-7 have totally abandonned.

pardon me if that was answered, i have shitty eyes. :amv:
Expecting a lot of drops?
Image ImageImageImage Image
Image Image Image
User avatar
drewaconclusion
What this is, I don't even...
 
Joined: 24 Feb 2005
Status: Does it matter?

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby ProjectBarcodeError » Fri May 04, 2012 4:10 pm

drewaconclusion wrote:Expecting a lot of drops?


maybe not a lot, but a situation like taht to arrive , maybe. but i would prefer not. :awesome:
User avatar
ProjectBarcodeError
 
Joined: 09 May 2011
Location: snooping as usual

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby mirkosp » Sat May 05, 2012 2:01 pm

It would be lame for people to drop, since they had previously committed themselves to edit in that week of their choice.
Since this contest is a closed number sign up, registering means taking a spot away from someone else who would have been genuinely interested but wasn't timely enough in the registration. Dropping would be disrespectful to them; a dick move, actually. :down:
Image
User avatar
mirkosp
MODkip
 
Joined: 24 Apr 2006
Location: Gallarate (VA), Italy
Status: (」・ワ・)」(⊃・ワ・)⊃

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby BasharOfTheAges » Sat May 05, 2012 3:13 pm

mirkosp wrote:It would be lame for people to drop, since they had previously committed themselves to edit in that week of their choice.
Since this contest is a closed number sign up, registering means taking a spot away from someone else who would have been genuinely interested but wasn't timely enough in the registration. Dropping would be disrespectful to them; a dick move, actually. :down:

To be honest, I'm surprised contests like this don't have a communal "naughty list" for people that have dropped in the past. If you're on the "naughty list" you get punted to the bottom of the list for sign-ups.
User avatar
BasharOfTheAges
Just zis guy, you know?
 
Joined: 14 Sep 2004
Location: Merrimack, NH
Status: Extreeeeeeeeeme

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby MimS » Sat May 05, 2012 5:46 pm

BasharOfTheAges wrote:
mirkosp wrote:It would be lame for people to drop, since they had previously committed themselves to edit in that week of their choice.
Since this contest is a closed number sign up, registering means taking a spot away from someone else who would have been genuinely interested but wasn't timely enough in the registration. Dropping would be disrespectful to them; a dick move, actually. :down:

To be honest, I'm surprised contests like this don't have a communal "naughty list" for people that have dropped in the past. If you're on the "naughty list" you get punted to the bottom of the list for sign-ups.



What a stupid idea... :down:

Mirko is right but it's up to us, people taking part in the contest, to be responsible. Coordinators have no right to judge us because of what we did in the past, absolutely no right! They only have to judge one thing : the video we send to them.
If it happens some people drop, I'm pretty sure Yue will find a way to deal with this and to keep the awesomeness of this contest.

Yue, you're the boss!
Image
Image
User avatar
MimS
Baguette Master
 
Joined: 03 Mar 2008
Location: Paris
Status: With all other Seleçãos

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby siny » Sat May 05, 2012 8:14 pm

MimS wrote:
BasharOfTheAges wrote:
mirkosp wrote:It would be lame for people to drop, since they had previously committed themselves to edit in that week of their choice.
Since this contest is a closed number sign up, registering means taking a spot away from someone else who would have been genuinely interested but wasn't timely enough in the registration. Dropping would be disrespectful to them; a dick move, actually. :down:

To be honest, I'm surprised contests like this don't have a communal "naughty list" for people that have dropped in the past. If you're on the "naughty list" you get punted to the bottom of the list for sign-ups.



What a stupid idea... :down:

Mirko is right but it's up to us, people taking part in the contest, to be responsible. Coordinators have no right to judge us because of what we did in the past, absolutely no right! They only have to judge one thing : the video we send to them.
If it happens some people drop, I'm pretty sure Yue will find a way to deal with this and to keep the awesomeness of this contest.

Yue, you're the boss!


I don't think he was talking about judging during the contest... I think he meant that if for example you drop out this year, next time the contest is up, others would have priority over you (during signups) if you decide to compete again.
Image
User avatar
siny
 
Joined: 22 Aug 2009
Location: Portugal

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby meleechampion » Sat May 05, 2012 8:33 pm

No, still a dumb idea, there aren't enough contests a year to build such a reputation without accounting for legitimate excuses.

If you didn't get into something you didn't sign up fast enough. You snooze you lose!
User avatar
meleechampion
 
Joined: 03 Mar 2006
Location: Orlando, FL
Status: Since when did we get statuses?

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby MimS » Sat May 05, 2012 11:09 pm

Siny, I clearly got what he said and to me it's equal to a judgement : "Yo dude, last time you dropped so you see, I don't like people who drop in contests so sorry but even if you showed your interest in this one before other guys, I don't want you, bye"
Seriously, wtf?
Image
Image
User avatar
MimS
Baguette Master
 
Joined: 03 Mar 2008
Location: Paris
Status: With all other Seleçãos

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby xDreww » Sat May 05, 2012 11:35 pm

Mims is right. o:
Image
User avatar
xDreww
 
Joined: 07 Jan 2010

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby BasharOfTheAges » Sat May 05, 2012 11:44 pm

Yea, wow. Personal responsibility and actions having consequences - what was I thinking? :roll:
User avatar
BasharOfTheAges
Just zis guy, you know?
 
Joined: 14 Sep 2004
Location: Merrimack, NH
Status: Extreeeeeeeeeme

Re: "The Quickening" Registration Thread - FULL

Postby pacotacoshell » Sun May 06, 2012 1:09 am

BasharOfTheAges wrote:Yea, wow. Personal responsibility and actions having consequences - what was I thinking? :roll:

This. Haha, I don't really understand what's so bad about that rule. You don't want the same person dropping again, so you put him at the bottom of the list. It's their fault for dropping out in the first place. It also doesn't mean they don't want them in their contest, it just means that they aren't a higher priority over later registrants because they dropped out last year. I don't see the problem there.
Image
User avatar
pacotacoshell
 
Joined: 07 Nov 2011

PreviousNext

Return to The Quickening

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest