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Poll Results: Who is your pick to win Mod of the Month?

Poll expired: May 7, 2013  
  • 4% (19)
    FATAL - MCCsolutions
  • 68% (284)
    900CSQ - Jameswalt1
  • 1% (7)
    Dark Space - Terrere
  • 10% (45)
    Scuderia Rosso - bomberjun
  • 14% (62)
    TJ07 Rebuild - fakeblood
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Ahhhh, there you are biggrin.gif.... I couldn't remember for the life of me who was doing the awesome SR-2 (and had mad Sketchup skills thumb.gif ). Obviously my OCN site navigations skills are lacking severely lol. The next few months should prove crazy for builds/mods biggrin.gif


Here is my build log :

http://www.overclock.net/t/1382115/build-log-changing-mm-to-caselabs-sth10-sr2-2-xeon-x5680/40

You can sub so you can follow up biggrin.gif answered you about the lutro sleeving ....

This summer is going to be very HOT thumb.gif with all the builds coming up.

Check your subscribed threads to visualize the new posts.
post #112 of 120
Sweet rig
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Yup. Good point guys. I'd rather suggest a set of "judges" to look into builds/mods and choose the winner rather than just the poll. Keep the polls tho and use it as percentage of total points that the build could get. We cannot blame them if they're lack on tools. Not everyone can mods as well. let keep this contest as it is even without highly modified rigs. Let's just change how we crown the winner. Well ofcourse the judges should be credible and a modder themselves too to judge the builds. We could actually start a new thread for this and ask the community for suggestions.

That's a great idea. The hard part with allowing open voting being the only metric is that it can skewed by sponsorships or company endorsement with publicity that joe-modder didn't receive when he's tinkering away in the basement. It's also hard to tell by some people the amount of time, creativity, and fabrication skills that some of the builds here take. An analogy would be a car junkie could slap a Lingenfelter kit, side skirts, and rims on his corvette and it would be a hot ride and many people would take out their camera to check it out. On the other hand, a guy could spend 1000+ hours on a Lotus Super 7 restoration and may not get the same public attention. Whereas at a car show, the custom Super 7 would win hands down.

It'd be nice if the breakdown was something like 1/3 public, 1/3 admin, 1/3 previous winners or something like that. It just depends on what the Mod of the Month is all about. Is it a popularity/drooling contest or a show of craftsmanship/creativity? In a perfect world those would go hand-in-hand, but they don't always.
 
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Glad to have more people with the same thoughts thumb.gif subyman
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I agree that the MOD part of mod of the month should be paid more attention to. But looking at the winners and the car building example, i personally haven't seen any not too impressive builds won, the 900D build is very impressive and you can really see that it's well thought out. Even tho it lacks the mod part, i wouldn't say it's a car tuned with bolt on parts biggrin.gif
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The car example isn't really a big problem if you have the right people to judge each mods. We could break it down to 10% popularity through poll, 30% craftsmanship/creativity, 10% new concept, 40% design, and 10% ownership(mods must be done by himself, verified through build logs).

Every judges must have a good background in modding. We could make a poll/thread to nominate deserving judges together with their previous/current projects. With this, we can assure set of experienced and reliable judges. Every points on criteria must be backed with detailed and constructive feedback.
   
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I nominate my build: \Project\ Triple Surround Fury *REDUX*

Next month, my pretty. Next month. thumb.gif
   
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That's a great idea. The hard part with allowing open voting being the only metric is that it can skewed by sponsorships or company endorsement with publicity that joe-modder didn't receive when he's tinkering away in the basement. It's also hard to tell by some people the amount of time, creativity, and fabrication skills that some of the builds here take. An analogy would be a car junkie could slap a Lingenfelter kit, side skirts, and rims on his corvette and it would be a hot ride and many people would take out their camera to check it out. On the other hand, a guy could spend 1000+ hours on a Lotus Super 7 restoration and may not get the same public attention. Whereas at a car show, the custom Super 7 would win hands down.

It'd be nice if the breakdown was something like 1/3 public, 1/3 admin, 1/3 previous winners or something like that. It just depends on what the Mod of the Month is all about. Is it a popularity/drooling contest or a show of craftsmanship/creativity? In a perfect world those would go hand-in-hand, but they don't always.

The problem with having judges, percentages, multiple contests etc is the amount of time, coordination and effort that would go into that. While I am always open to new suggestions for the contest to make it better, there are limits on what we can do here. the main problem is there will always be disagreement no matter what the system. Some things to think about: who decides the percentages? Who decides if a judge is 'qualified'? Would we have enough entries for a 'build of the month' and 'mod of the month' if they indeed need their own competitions? If we narrow down the definition of a 'mod' to doing a complete revamp, like say adamski (for example), will we have enough entrants to have a viable contest? If the judges drag their feet/go awol who decides the winner? Everyone has their own opinions about these things, so we will never satisfy everyone, which is why I am hesitant to change any of the rules.

Some people bring up the point that we are just rewarding people who 'throw money' at a build. Ok, while it is true some spend more money on their builds than others, this will be true no matter what the definition of a mod is. Some people only have the tools/money for some fan holes or a paintjob. Some guys have a CNC in their basement and an automotive grade paint booth at their work. It seems these opinions are not going to change.

I love having discussion on this, but I feel there has to be some sort of consensus on this before anything is done. With that being said, please have all further discussion on the MOTM thread, as this thread is overwith:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1183902/official-ocn-mod-of-the-month-contest-rules-and-discussion/0_30

And do not give entrants flak about whether their build is a mod. We want this to be a friendly contest where everyone feels welcome. Whether a build meets your definition of a mod or not, does not mean they can be harassed or 'flamed', hard work goes into all the builds here, please respect that. smile.gif
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The problem with having judges, percentages, multiple contests etc is the amount of time, coordination and effort that would go into that. While I am always open to new suggestions for the contest to make it better, there are limits on what we can do here. the main problem is there will always be disagreement no matter what the system. Some things to think about: who decides the percentages? Who decides if a judge is 'qualified'? Would we have enough entries for a 'build of the month' and 'mod of the month' if they indeed need their own competitions? If we narrow down the definition of a 'mod' to doing a complete revamp, like say adamski (for example), will we have enough entrants to have a viable contest? If the judges drag their feet/go awol who decides the winner? Everyone has their own opinions about these things, so we will never satisfy everyone, which is why I am hesitant to change any of the rules.

Some people bring up the point that we are just rewarding people who 'throw money' at a build. Ok, while it is true some spend more money on their builds than others, this will be true no matter what the definition of a mod is. Some people only have the tools/money for some fan holes or a paintjob. Some guys have a CNC in their basement and an automotive grade paint booth at their work. It seems these opinions are not going to change.

I love having discussion on this, but I feel there has to be some sort of consensus on this before anything is done. With that being said, please have all further discussion on the MOTM thread, as this thread is overwith:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1183902/official-ocn-mod-of-the-month-contest-rules-and-discussion/0_30

And do not give entrants flak about whether their build is a mod. We want this to be a friendly contest where everyone feels welcome. Whether a build meets your definition of a mod or not, does not mean they can be harassed or 'flamed', hard work goes into all the builds here, please respect that. smile.gif

Well said good sir cheers.gif
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i agree
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