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FROM: chriswilmer

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RE: A software source code repository
<p>&nbsp;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.</p>

FROM: chriswilmer

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A suggestion (easy to implement)
<p>I think if every project room had a simple 3 radio-button poll &quot;How seriously are you considering participating in this challenge? - Almost Definitely, Maybe, Probably Not&quot;, it would provide very helpful information for everyone.</p> <p>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).</p> <p>Thoughts anyone?</p>

FROM: wbtthefrog

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RE: A suggestion (easy to implement)
<p>I&nbsp;agree!</p>

FROM: fredrenner

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RE: A suggestion (easy to implement)
<p>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.</p> <p>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.</p>

FROM: proepro

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RE: RE: A suggestion (easy to implement)
<p>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.</p>

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