Advanced Leaderboard of the 2012 Scripting Games After 3 Days

Advanced Leaderboard of the 2012 Scripting Games After 3 Days

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This is the Advanced leaderboard of the 2012 Scripting Games. Keep in mind that the rankings are constantly changing throughout the day, as event submissions are graded by the judges. All entries will continue to be graded by judges until 12:01 A.M. Pacific Time (UTC-8) on April 23, 2012. At that time, no more scripts will be evaluated, and the leaderboard will be finalized.

How are scripts scored? Learn more about judging criteria.

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Top Submitters for the Advanced Events

User Name

Total Points

Scripts Rated

Total Ratings

KSchulte

13.5

3

5

Sergey Borisovich

13

3

6

Prosvetov Roman

12.5

3

5

Aleksey Shuvalov

12.17

3

6

Scott1138

12

3

4

ScripterJT

12

3

5

BigTeddy

12

3

6

Mike Hammond

11.5

3

5

Tomek Izydorczyk

11.5

3

5

Ryan Ries

10.5

3

5

Martijn Haverhoek

10

2

4

Albert Fortes

9.33

2

4

Rohn Edwards

9

2

3

Ryan C

9

2

4

Serg

9

3

6

SimonW

8.67

2

5

Jason Wood

8.67

2

4

Tim Parkinson

8.5

2

3

Michał Gajda

8.5

2

3

Jeremy Caauwe

8.5

2

5

J Skiba

8.5

2

3

Glenn Faustino

8.42

2

7

Rob Campbell

8.33

2

5

EasyMac308

8.17

2

5

aml

8.17

3

6

Kevin Hopcroft

8

2

4

LaPhi

8

2

4

Matthew Painter

8

2

3

Nathan Linley

8

2

5

Cameron Wilson

8

3

6

George Kesler

7.67

2

5

Jason Stangroome

7.67

2

6

Kiss Tamás

7.67

2

5

gbdixg

7.67

2

5

Jason Hofferle

7.5

2

3

Jesper Strandberg

7.5

2

3

Billy Angers

7.5

2

3

Peter Heydon

7.5

2

4

Łukasz Kałużny

7.5

2

4

Dan70402

7.5

2

3

Grégory LUCAND

7.5

2

4

sstranger

7.5

2

4

Paulo J

7.5

3

5

Jack Chang

7.33

2

6

Max Lindström

7

2

6

Brent Challis

7

2

3

Carlos Nunez

7

2

4

Tom Parker

7

2

4

marcadamcarter

7

2

3

_Emin_

7

2

4

John Sneddon

7

2

4

vNoob

7

2

7

Kyle Neier

7

2

3

Ed Withers

7

2

4

Serkan Varoglu

6.67

2

5

PeetersOnlineNL

6.67

2

5

Frederick Duemig

6.5

2

3

Jeff Patton

6.5

2

5

Alex McFarland

6.5

2

3

Brad Blaylock

6.5

2

4

Brian Wilhite

6.5

2

4

Robert Mongold

6.5

2

4

Trevor Hayman

6.5

2

4

Patrik Lindström

6.17

2

5

Robert Eder

6

2

3

Ken Hamilton

6

2

7

Steven Hall

6

2

5

Vladimir Stepic

6

2

4

Michael Moore

6

2

4

Vincent Van Hecke

6

2

4

Paul Cunningham

5.67

2

4

Matthew Graeber

5.5

2

4

james seatter

5.5

2

6

Calle E

5.33

2

5

Jon Bryan

5.17

2

5

Dave Griffiths

5

1

2

Jason Scott

5

1

2

Mark Weaver

5

1

2

Yuri Kutovoy

5

2

5

Brian Carr

5

2

3

DamienCharbonnel

5

2

4

ICC_RyanDennis

5

2

6

Cesar Mendoza

4.83

2

5

f2b95d1a805fd4f8623b0d70b6ed3a19

4.67

2

4

Wes Stahler

4.5

1

2

Ken

4.5

1

2

Tom_G

4.5

1

2

Brandon Bettle

4.5

2

3

Anthony Rum

4.5

2

4

Ayo Wu

4.5

2

4

ICC_JDyer

4.33

2

4

UGSING_MattHitchcock

4

1

3

Paul Iddon

4

1

2

Joe D.

4

1

2

Francis D

4

1

3

Thomas Paetzold

4

1

2

jillwi

4

1

3

Anonimista

4

1

2

Jason Cole

4

1

2

Jimmy Mac

4

1

1

Warpig

4

1

2

Justin Sowa

4

1

2

andre2

4

1

2

Cameron Ove

4

1

2

Tobias

4

1

2

T-Bone

4

1

2

Jose Quinones

4

1

2

Claudiu P

4

1

2

smoshea

4

1

2

Fredrik Wall

4

2

6

MOW

4

2

5

Dan Richardson

3.67

1

3

Mikko

3.67

1

3

Mr grnnnx

3.67

1

3

Clinton Merritt

3.67

1

3

jeffrey yao

3.67

1

3

Jaap Brasser

3.67

1

3

MSFTW

3.67

1

3

herschelle

3.67

1

3

Steelwing

3.67

1

3

Chris Oswalt

3.5

1

2

Wolfgang Kais

3.5

1

2

Tony McGee

3.5

1

2

Clint Bergman

3.5

1

2

PeterCS

3.5

1

2

Scott A. Alvarino

3.5

1

2

Yves P

3.5

1

2

Wayne Gault

3.5

1

2

Joel Reed @J_lR_d {AZPOSH}

3.5

1

2

Igway Jacobs

3.5

1

2

Ryan Schlagel

3.5

1

2

Jason Lange

3.5

1

2

Brian Wuchner

3.5

1

2

Matthew BETTON

3.5

1

2

resolver101

3.5

1

2

John Main

3.5

1

2

Matt Gohmann

3.5

1

2

Yuriy Prikhodko

3.5

1

2

j.vogt

3.5

1

2

Sergey Vorontsov

3.5

1

2

ThoamsBiebl

3.5

1

2

Frank Peter Schultze

3.5

1

2

Sam

3.5

1

2

MarkJohnson

3.5

1

2

Patrick Dorsch

3.5

1

2

Miruu

3.5

1

2

Ryan Shafer

3.5

1

2

redi311

3.5

1

2

Greg Martin

3.5

1

2

IJuan

3.5

1

2

Claus Søgaard

3.5

1

2

Chris Stewart

3.5

1

2

Oneill Cameron

3.5

1

2

SassDawe

3.5

1

2

Joshua Fuente

3.5

1

2

jessekozloski

3.5

1

2

BurntChimney

3.5

1

2

PatrikL

3.5

1

2

Bob__Mule

3.33

1

3

Josh

3.33

1

3

kiran reddy

3

1

3

ICC_RDurkin

3

1

1

Nuno Mota

3

1

1

Robert van den Nieuwendijk

3

1

2

Chris Brown

3

1

2

Stephanevg

3

1

2

Jacques

3

1

2

Mike Lambert

3

1

2

Daniel Cruz

3

1

2

Franck RICHARD

3

1

2

Pete Maan

3

1

2

Kirk Cessac

3

1

2

DJ Grijalva

3

1

2

blindrood

3

1

3

David Eilers

3

1

2

Michael Topal

3

1

2

crownedjitter

3

1

2

Dexter

3

1

2

Stijn Callebaut

3

1

2

Jonny Earl Grey Lindbom

3

1

3

Jakob Bindslet

3

1

3

Jiri Formacek

3

1

2

MattBoren

3

1

1

Zach M

3

1

2

Kim Tram

3

1

2

Tom Moser

3

1

2

Frank Migacz

3

1

2

Scripting Scott Saari

3

1

2

ginno

3

1

2

Greg Shay

3

1

2

ofirey

3

1

2

Erin Huligan

3

1

2

Robert de Britto

3

1

2

Gregg Britton

3

1

2

hemanth.damecharla

3

1

2

Pemo

3

1

2

AaronHoover

3

1

1

Ken Lin

3

1

1

Matthew Vidrine

3

1

2

JeremiahC

3

1

2

MSFT-AutomationJason

2.5

1

2

James Tryand

2.5

1

2

Dan Lepine

2.5

1

2

dude9000

2.5

1

2

Sean Decker

2.5

1

2

Sai Prasad Vaddepally

2.5

1

2

Chris Duck

2.5

1

2

Claudio Westerik

2.5

1

2

Perry Harris

2.5

1

2

AZPOSH - Brian T Young

2.5

1

2

Eddy Steenbergen

2.5

1

2

Will Steele

2

1

4

Nathan Cook - AU

2

1

2

Dave Ackroyd @LearnPowerShell

2

1

4

Rich Kusak

2

1

1

BobMule

2

1

2

Joshua Feierman

2

1

2

Franck Malterre

2

1

2

Marcin Kowalczyk

2

1

2

Brentos

2

1

2

skynetx

2

1

2

Jason Milczek

2

1

2

845ebf71ea404155b02971a5b6e8bc8d

2

1

2

WizardX2

2

1

2

TechJLS3

2

1

1

Luca Christmann

1.67

1

3

Rob Dowell

1.5

1

2

El Ryan

1.5

1

2

mand0

1.5

1

2

Internal_IT

1.5

1

2

Filip Rejch

1.5

1

2

Daed

1.5

1

2

Andrew

1.5

1

2

Damon Brinkley

1.5

1

2

Jim Vierra

1.33

1

3

Justin Stokes

1

1

2

Brian T. Jackett

1

1

2

Ákos Kinczel

1

1

2

Johan Åkerström

1

1

2

Sean Brown Houses

1

1

2

Schlauge

1

1

3

Dustin Hedges

1

1

2

Hong

1

1

2

Ken King

1

1

1

Valeriy Aksyonov

1

1

2

Jude Croyle

1

1

2

Chris Nakagaki (Zsoldier)

1

1

2

19691edf5d765a567ae58fb19f113083

1

1

2

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  • I've sent 5 event solutions but only one was reviewed. Why?

  • I've wondered the same thing.  I'm guessing they are grading the events that are closing the next day...

  • event 2 had finished but i still did not get any review...

  • I think they are just buried.  They added a handful of judges, but have twice the people competing as last year, and I know things were tough on the judges then as well.  It's hard to be patient (I have a number of unrated scripts myself, and check back more often then I should), but the grading continues, even after the submission deadline.

  • They appear to be concentrating on keeping the Beginner event judging up to date, trying to keep them interested.  Can't say I disagree with that.  I think they're counting on the Advanced scripters to be more patient, and I for one will try not to disappoint.  IMHO, they've earned whatever little breathing room I can afford them.

  • I want to add my comment here. Just from being the Scripting Wife I see sides to the Games that no one else does, plus since I enter the games for the learning and example I can set, I also see the participants side of life. There were more scripts submitted in the first 3 days than all of last year,with just a few more judges. Therefore grading wwill be a lot slower this year. Ed has been working on the administrative side and keeping comments answered both here and Twitter and Facebook plus email. He has not graded as many as some as the other judges. However things will slow down on that side after tomorrow and then he can concentrate on grading more. The judges all have full time jobs and are doing the judging as volunteers. My hat is off to the judges for their work and to the particiapnts for their patience.

    One point I would make is to be sure and email or tweet or comment somewhere to get Eds attention if you submitted but it is not showing up at all. As long as it shows up then it will get graded.