neal at gafter.com
Fri Aug 8 14:53:09 UTC 2008
I think they may have to rank, as only 6 projects sent a completion
announcement, and the official rules do no pay evenly in case there are
fewer than 7 completed projects.
On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 4:58 AM, Mario Torre <neugens at limasoftware.net>wrote:
> Il giorno gio, 07/08/2008 alle 17.44 -0400, Andy Tripp ha scritto:
> > The Challenge page http://openjdk.java.net/challenge/says:
> > > At the conclusion of the project phase, the Judges will rank the
> completed projects by the degree of successful completion, the technical
> merit of the implementation, and the value of the completed project to the
> > Will there really be a ranking of completed projects, since the prize
> money is the same for each?
> > If so, will Sun list the rankings? I'm not requesting that this be done,
> I'm just curious.
> > I would like to request, though, that Sun post something about the
> > Even if it's nothing more than saying something like "all projects were
> judged to be 'complete' and
> > conformed to the rules".
> > Andy
> We are not even yet judged!
> I would be against a ranking if the project all equally succeed.
> I would instead be personally happy to receive impressions and
> suggestions for the projects, because I think the real goal should be to
> improve the OpenJDK code base, not just get the money and forget :)
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