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FROM: chriswilmer

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RE: A software source code repository

 I think think this is a good idea. I think that the Innocentive staff think a lot about protecting solvers, but making their efforts more visible and clear to solvers would make us more willing to invest our time heavily in solving.

FROM: chriswilmer

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A suggestion (easy to implement)

I think if every project room had a simple 3 radio-button poll "How seriously are you considering participating in this challenge? - Almost Definitely, Maybe, Probably Not", it would provide very helpful information for everyone.

It might be, for example, that the predictive data analysis challenge (not revealing any details here!) has 1000+ open project rooms just because the Prodigy idea was so cool everyone wanted to see it for themselves (but won't submit a solution).

Thoughts anyone?

FROM: wbtthefrog

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RE: A suggestion (easy to implement)

I agree!

FROM: fredrenner

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RE: A suggestion (easy to implement)

Depending on how the InnoCentive software is set up, it might be easier to provide a choice when signing up to project rooms. Something like a viewing-only Gallery area where the members can not submit and a full-contact area -- Bullpen? -- for those who plan to submit solutions.

I agree that a distinction is needed. Huge numbers of rooms strongly discourage me from putting any of my time into a Challenge even if it really interests me.

FROM: proepro

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RE: RE: A suggestion (easy to implement)

I second the request. I want a way to make a list of interesting projecets without starting a project room for everyone I look at. I am sure the seekers would liek to know how interested the solvers really are and how many are activly working on a project.

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