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Old 2021-03-16, 03:08   #1
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Default Increased Score For DC/Certification Work

My one line suggestion: give extra credit for DC/Certification work.

Some people are motivated by the reward money gained by this project, others the high-score board, and others by various other factors not important to this post.
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Originally Posted by danc2 View Post
My one line suggestion: give extra credit for DC/Certification work.
Over the years there have been various ideas for adjusting credit. But, time and again, the answer has been to keep credit tied to a calculated amount of work done. Rather than adjusting credit, it would be better to have all requests for LL tests given LL-DC work. The machines asking for LL generally don't have the most up to date software and are likely slower machines. Those trying to do LL-FTC are often running so slowly that they drop down a couple of categories
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