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Poll: Have you voted in the 1st Annual Proz.com Translation Contest?
Thread poster: ProZ.com Staff
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Dec 3, 2008

This forum topic is for the discussion of the poll question "Have you voted in the 1st Annual Proz.com Translation Contest?".

This poll was originally submitted by Ma.Elena Carrión de Medina

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andres-larsen
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barred from voting Dec 3, 2008

I understand non-member basic users are barred from voting

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Jared Tabor
Local time: 02:09
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Users may also vote in the contests Dec 3, 2008

Hello Andres,

Users may also vote in the contests. See http://www.proz.com/faq/contests#contests.8 for more information.

Best regards,

Jared


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No Dec 3, 2008

No time to go through the rigor (or pleasure) of evaluating.
Good luck to all the participants, however


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Miroslav Jeftic  Identity Verified
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No Dec 3, 2008

Not interested.

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Els Spin  Identity Verified
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I am a contender Dec 3, 2008

so I am not allowed to vote

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Charlie Bavington  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:09
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Time and complexity Dec 3, 2008

From time to time I open thread about the contests.

My head typically explodes shortly afterwards.

Loads of stuff about tags (not, presumably, to be confused with TagEditor... or is it?) and who sees what and why and how and when and entries vanishing and .... ka-boom, like I said.

I'd love to have a quick shufty through a few entries.
But we only get 3 score years and 10 (your mileage may vary), and I'm just getting the feeling that life is a little too short to get involved in a Proz translation contest. I may enter the contest area and never be seen again.


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Maxim Manzhosin  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 08:09
Member (2008)
English to Russian
Heavy Javascript Dec 4, 2008

The contest page almost freezes in my Firefox 3.04 / Celeron 2Ghz.

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neilmac  Identity Verified
Spain
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Simply too busy Dec 4, 2008

It's almost noon and I still haven't got dressed; I want to finish proofing a project before lunch, then have a stack of backed up translation to get on with for the afternoon. The house electricity blew when I switched on the washine machine at the same time as 2 electric heaters, just managed to get internet back on again after 10 mins and here I am wasting time answering this post...

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RominaZ  Identity Verified
Argentina
Member (2006)
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Contestants can also vote Dec 4, 2008

Hi Els,

This is just to let you know that contestants are allowed to vote. Please see http://www.proz.com/?sp=contests&sp_mode=faqs#contests_contest_voting

Romina


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Els Spin  Identity Verified
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O, I didn't know that... Dec 4, 2008

Thanks Romina!

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