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Thread: [Acro] Re: Contest Scoring Program

Message: [Acro] Re: Contest Scoring Program

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From: "Dan Salcedo" <salcedod at nova.edu>

Date: Mon, 27 May 2002 03:16:48 UTC


Message:

  If JPF,s were pulished ,could a judge use that info to influence their
future scores?  By keeping them private  is your scoring system more secure
and more acurate to the rank order of our competitors?

Dan Salcedo
----- Original Message -----
From: "TOM ADAMS" <flickroll at csi.com>
To: <autotech at flash.net>; "IAC Exploder" <acro at gf24.de>
Sent: Sunday, May 26, 2002 10:39 AM
Subject: [Acro] Re: Contest Scoring Program


> Don and Ben,
>   I have to tell you, I feel as Don does.  Rudy said the JPF is in the
> system we use now, it is just not plumed in to produce the JPF's without
> doing some geek stuff. Rudy goes into the computer room and comes out with
> the JPF"S at Nationals and it's the same program used at the regionals.
I'm
> not a computer guru and I may be mistaken but I am sure that Rudy said the
> program was JPF capable.
>  NOW..Why is it that the BOD and officers will not make the JPF's
available?
> The JPF's would allow, were they published, each judge to see where they
> were in the over all spectrum.It would show them where they needed to
> improve themselves in order to be a better judge.JPF's are a 'No
> Brainer"..They might not be as accurate a method for telling how a judge
is
> doing as some real bright computer type could come up with BUT it's what's
> here and what we got..Lets use it!!!!! Worst case scenario...Judges would
be
> informed as to how they are doing and whether or not they should do some
> home work....Best case scenario...Those judges who are offended
/embarrassed
> by having the world see their JPF's and feel they do not need to get up to
> speed ,will take a hike. NOW..that is what the leadership is afraid
> of...They feel,I guess, that publishing the JPF's would be
> ..What?...Politically incorrect?  I guess they think the judges don't want
> to know how they are stacking up.I think they are wrong.
>  Look at this JPF thing in another light..If the JPF's were posted each
> flight/contest the host chapter could give 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies
> to the 3 top judges.To go a little farther, all the pilots see their
annual
> National standing  in SA each year..With JPF the same could be done for
the
> judges....BUT..I personally do not see any of this happening. It would not
> be politically correct.
>
> Quote..OH WELL un-quote
>  Tom Adams
> IAC 1999
> Pitts S1-T N58CT
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <autotech at flash.net>
> To: <acro at gf24.de>
> Sent: Thursday, May 23, 2002 5:12 PM
> Subject: [Acro] Re: Contest Scoring Program
>
>
> >
> > Ben,
> >
> > Thanks for the expansion on your program.  I have frequently related my
> one and only experience flying in a UK contest.  You started at 10am with
a
> rather formal and liesurely briefing.  Then, no radios, no holding
pattern,
> and we got in 78 flights in one day.  I forever lost my patience with us
> struggling to get in 30 - 40 flights per day over here and having "1
flight"
> contests.
> >
> > You note that your system delivers the JPF.  I greatly wish this was a
> standard feature here.  I'm told that the political powers the be (whoever
> that is) don't want JPFs created as publicly as competitor's scores.  I've
> never understood this  Apparently, one can write to Rudi or somebody and
get
> your own JPF's after a contest's scores are submitted to headquarters, but
> let's face it, nobody has that much energy.  I'd like to see the JPF's
> posted on the wall at the contest right along with the scores.  As a
judge,
> I really do want to know if I've gone astray and work to improve my
> contribution.
> >
> > Oh well.
> >
> > Don
> >
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>
>


                


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