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Why don't we contact the PR or Marketing departments of like AMD for a prize like a batch of their new RAM or CoolerMaster for a HSF prize? I'm sure they wouldn't mind us at least ASKING if they would like to donate a prize for some marketing in their favor. They look like they support community-based research and enthusiast communities at a very low cost to them.
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Hermit, there are quite a few factory reps on oc. What we may consider doing is contacting these individuals, and seeking out company swag, a sort of low level corporate sponsorship for our endeavors. For instance, I asked MSI for some case badges and stickers, and they sent me an entire press kit, complete with Mafia 3 and another shooter game on the backside. Items like lanyards, pens, etc. don't cost the sponsors alot, gets their name out there in front of others, and may encourage some of the reps to be involved with the team as well. I've hit up some companies in the past.... wouldn't hurt to do so again. What would it cost some of mem manufacturers to donate a couple stix, or an encrypted keychain flash drive? Not too much. Just have to jump through the corporate hoops to get it accomplished.


thumb.gifbiggrin.gifthumb.gif Looking forward to breaking the 43 million 2 day total we set at BGB 15!!!
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Hermit, there are quite a few factory reps on oc. What we may consider doing is contacting these individuals, and seeking out company swag, a sort of low level corporate sponsorship for our endeavors. For instance, I asked MSI for some case badges and stickers, and they sent me an entire press kit, complete with Mafia 3 and another shooter game on the backside. Items like lanyards, pens, etc. don't cost the sponsors alot, gets their name out there in front of others, and may encourage some of the reps to be involved with the team as well. I've hit up some companies in the past.... wouldn't hurt to do so again. What would it cost some of mem manufacturers to donate a couple stix, or an encrypted keychain flash drive? Not too much. Just have to jump through the corporate hoops to get it accomplished.
thumb.gifbiggrin.gifthumb.gif Looking forward to breaking the 43 million 2 day total we set at BGB 15!!!

we should talk to nvidia as well as intel and see if they would like to donate something. If we ever did get some donations like this, then we would have to have some stringent guidelines that we would have to have posted that people would have to meet in order to be eligible for said prizes. Especially since anyone that would donate to us like that, would want to make sure we have guidelines in place, and strict requirements to get there for eligible contestants.
    
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we should talk to nvidia as well as intel and see if they would like to donate something. If we ever did get some donations like this, then we would have to have some stringent guidelines that we would have to have posted that people would have to meet in order to be eligible for said prizes. Especially since anyone that would donate to us like that, would want to make sure we have guidelines in place, and strict requirements to get there for eligible contestants.

strict guidelines, that state you have to have been actively crunching for the last 30 days in order to be eligible to win? Or perhaps a %, as some people don't leave their machines on all day, you must have crunched at least 45 of the last 60 days in order to be eligible? And then for people who have been crunching for awhile, possible set a point total? Example, my machines have been off-line the last 3-4 days, with some equipment malfunctions. But because I've been actively crunching for the last year and have 30 mill credits, I'm exempt from the minimum amount of crunching time required?

Just a couple quick thoughts as it pertains to guidelines, obviously not set in concrete...these are spur of the moment thoughts...

[1] You must have been crunching for a minimum of 10 consecutive days prior to the month's current BGB in order to be eligible for any prizes.
[2] If you do not meet the above requirement, you must have crunched a minimum of 20 days within the past 30 days in order to be eligible for any prizes.
[3] If you do not meet 1&2 for hardware related issues (RMA, WC leaks, etc...) you must be an active member of the OCN BOINC team for the past 3 months and have participated in at least 2 of the last 3 BGBs.
[4] If your BOINCing name is DarkRyder, you are automatically DQ'd as a result of having too many points and too much hardware for anyone to compete with you lachen.gif

Alright, i keed i keed about the last one. But off the top of my head, those three requirements seem pretty darn fair in my eyes, especially if we get some corporate sponsors that will be donating some nice prizes. I mean, 10 consecutive days isn't that much right? And it makes allowances for people that have any sort of issues within the 10 days prior to the start of a BGB? And hopefully, it should also encourage more people to get involved with BOINC for more than a two day stretch. Corrections/suggestions are obviously welcome, thoughts?
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strict guidelines, that state you have to have been actively crunching for the last 30 days in order to be eligible to win? Or perhaps a %, as some people don't leave their machines on all day, you must have crunched at least 45 of the last 60 days in order to be eligible? And then for people who have been crunching for awhile, possible set a point total? Example, my machines have been off-line the last 3-4 days, with some equipment malfunctions. But because I've been actively crunching for the last year and have 30 mill credits, I'm exempt from the minimum amount of crunching time required?
Just a couple quick thoughts as it pertains to guidelines, obviously not set in concrete...these are spur of the moment thoughts...
[1] You must have been crunching for a minimum of 10 consecutive days prior to the month's current BGB in order to be eligible for any prizes.
[2] If you do not meet the above requirement, you must have crunched a minimum of 20 days within the past 30 days in order to be eligible for any prizes.
[3] If you do not meet 1&2 for hardware related issues (RMA, WC leaks, etc...) you must be an active member of the OCN BOINC team for the past 3 months and have participated in at least 2 of the last 3 BGBs.
[4] If your BOINCing name is DarkRyder, you are automatically DQ'd as a result of having too many points and too much hardware for anyone to compete with you lachen.gif
Alright, i keed i keed about the last one. But off the top of my head, those three requirements seem pretty darn fair in my eyes, especially if we get some corporate sponsors that will be donating some nice prizes. I mean, 10 consecutive days isn't that much right? And it makes allowances for people that have any sort of issues within the 10 days prior to the start of a BGB? And hopefully, it should also encourage more people to get involved with BOINC for more than a two day stretch. Corrections/suggestions are obviously welcome, thoughts?


-- it needs to say somewhere that if you advertise your rig (a.k.a. sig rig) you have to boinc with it at least half the month, every month tongue.gif.
-- i know for me if i was nvidia, i wouldnt want to give away a video card in a boinc based event if the winner was not going to use it to process work for a boinc app.
as for #4 HAHAHAHA you so funny! W/E if I won something, you know for dang certain that i would put it to good use Boincing for Team OCN!
    
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I've been BOINCing ritually lately and after having my first BGB experience last month I don't really see the point in signing up again. I prefer to work Einstein@Home and sadly it doesn't crank out as many points as MooWrappers so there's no way for people like me to even compete without abandoning our favorite projects for 2 days to boost OCN's profile. As I recall, a lot of valuable BOINCing went to waste last BGB as people sabotaged their own hardware and ran into software and server issues trying to jump on projects that would generate the most points. There doesn't seem to be a point in signing up just to 'do what I can' either because I did that last event and my accrued points didn't even make it to the spreadsheet. I'm just speaking for myself here but if you guys are thinking of ways to generate more interest in BGB events, well, these are the reasons I've lost interest.
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I've been BOINCing ritually lately and after having my first BGB experience last month I don't really see the point in signing up again. I prefer to work Einstein@Home and sadly it doesn't crank out as many points as MooWrappers so there's no way for people like me to even compete without abandoning our favorite projects for 2 days to boost OCN's profile. As I recall, a lot of valuable BOINCing went to waste last BGB as people sabotaged their own hardware and ran into software and server issues trying to jump on projects that would generate the most points. There doesn't seem to be a point in signing up just to 'do what I can' either because I did that last event and my accrued points didn't even make it to the spreadsheet. I'm just speaking for myself here but if you guys are thinking of ways to generate more interest in BGB events, well, these are the reasons I've lost interest.

did you talk to the editors about your issues with your points not showing up on the spreadsheet?
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*snip*

Remember one thing, the chart posted for "rank" is purely for fun only. It does not constitute winning, except for those at the bottom of the list. You only need to hit the threshold to win a prize....

Prize value $0-$24.99: at least 1,000 credits
$25-$49.99: at least 5,000 credits
$50-$99.99: at least 20,000 credits
$100+: at least 50,000 credits
(also, the requirement of having NOT won a prize in the previous month's BGB applies)

Based on this month's prizes up for grabs currently, you only need 5000 points to qualify. Other than that, the drawing is completely random. The other end of this is the chance at using Tex's system, you need to be on the bottom of the list to qualify.
 
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Remember one thing, the chart posted for "rank" is purely for fun only. It does not constitute winning, except for those at the bottom of the list. You only need to hit the threshold to win a prize....
Prize value $0-$24.99: at least 1,000 credits
$25-$49.99: at least 5,000 credits
$50-$99.99: at least 20,000 credits
$100+: at least 50,000 credits
(also, the requirement of having NOT won a prize in the previous month's BGB applies)
Based on this month's prizes up for grabs currently, you only need 5000 points to qualify. Other than that, the drawing is completely random. The other end of this is the chance at using Tex's system, you need to be on the bottom of the list to qualify.

aye, +1 to this as well. I think some people forget that the race for #1 credits is really just for kicks 'n giggles, and doesn't have any affect on the prize drawing. I would offer that we should keep that the same way if/when we get bigger and better stuff donated, maybe make the mark a bit higher but still have it be completely randomized as to who wins what so long as they reach the minimum amount of credits for that tier smile.gif
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Hm I didn't realize it was bracketed like that. Well, maybe I will sign up then. I should have a GTX 460 in my rig by then, so even on Einstein 5000 points is doable thumb.gif
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