User talk:J Milburn
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I will probably remove bot and template messages after reading them, but they are still appreciated. Most other messages will be archived. Remember that a lot of people could read this- for confidential communication, email me, though for the vast majority of messages, here is the appropriate place. Thanks!
GA Cup - Round 1 Newsletter #2
Hello GA Cup competitors!
The judges have learned a great deal in this first part of the competition, and we appreciate your patience with us as we've figured out what works and what doesn't work. As we reported in our last newsletter, an inadequacy in the scoring system has been illuminated in the past 15 days, which has resulted in a major change in the rules. It has also resulted in one withdrawal.
To ensure fairness, we've decided to further increase the number of participants moving onto Round 2. Everyone who has reviewed at least one article will automatically be moved forward, and will be placed in pools. You have until October 29 to take advantage of this opportunity. It is our hope that this will make up for the unforeseen glitch in our scoring system.
Best of wishes to all of you as you continue to help improve articles and make Wikipedia a better place.
Cheers from, , and .
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