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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    Quote Originally Posted by tungularafishcamp View Post
    too bad there are two threads to deal with it
    Hence my suggestion of one nomination thread...


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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    I like it. But whoever starts a new thread on this subject, needs to post a link to it here, so we can find it easy.

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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    Here are my thoughts on the details/steps:
    1. EA posts the attachment that they have in mind (or, better, a "your choice of these 3 attachments") as the start of a nomination thread (the main reason being that if someone already has a backblade, they may not be as interested on building one as they would be to make a boxblade or a landplane)
    2. Make a "Nomination period" of 2-3 weeks where people can be nominated (or can nominate themselves) to be in the poll by posting in the thread from step 1
    3. Close the nominations and put in a link to the poll with all of the options (perhaps actually close the thread?)
    4. Have a 1-2 week period where people vote on the nominations (the Doodle poll could work, but the voters would have to use their screen name in order to validate their vote)
    5. Whoever runs the poll closes it and posts the results (either to here, or via PM/email to EA)
    6. EA announces the winner
    7. The winner builds form the kit with copious amounts of pictures posted to TBN

    Does this seem fair to all interested?

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    It looks like you guys have a plan and I like it. I totally agree that the attachment should be something that the winner is interested in so maybe the best thing to do is discuss the attachment with the winner rather than limiting it to a choice of 3 different attachments up front. The attachment should be something the winner doesn't already have or even something that he does have and needs an upgrade. I also like the idea of starting a new thread for nominations so we don't have to watch multiple threads. If everyone agrees, i'll leave the organization of the polling/nomination up to Aaron as long as he's game. We'll send him an ETA shirt or something for his efforts.
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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    The nomination thread can be found at: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/b...ml#post3073252 Thanks to ericher69 for creating it.

    Go forth and nominate.

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    Aaron....AKA: EA Poll-meister
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    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments
    It looks like you guys have a plan and I like it. I totally agree that the attachment should be something that the winner is interested in so maybe the best thing to do is discuss the attachment with the winner rather than limiting it to a choice of 3 different attachments up front. The attachment should be something the winner doesn't already have or even something that he does have and needs an upgrade. I also like the idea of starting a new thread for nominations so we don't have to watch multiple threads. If everyone agrees, i'll leave the organization of the polling/nomination up to Aaron as long as he's game. We'll send him an ETA shirt or something for his efforts.
    What are the details? How long is the nomination thread going to be open? How long are people going to have to vote? How are you going to know that someone doesn't vote more than once?
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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    What are the details? How long is the nomination thread going to be open? How long are people going to have to vote? How are you going to know that someone doesn't vote more than once?
    This thread answers all

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/b...ml#post3073252
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    Quote Originally Posted by tungularafishcamp
    Thanks, I think he updated since the last time I looked at it.
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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    Below is the list of nominees from the nomination thread (found at: ETA TBN member nomination thread - Page 9 )

    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    Below is the list of nominees (in alphabetical order). If you aren't on the list (but should be) please let me know before 12 Noon Eastern time on Monday the 3rd.
    1. 4Shorts
    2. 94BULLITT
    3. Artisan
    4. catdozer
    5. charlz
    6. Furu
    7. john25mm
    8. LD1
    9. mjncad
    10. muddstopper
    11. PILOON
    12. Reyer Farms
    13. SPIKER
    14. spruce deere
    15. wroughtn_harv
    16. yelbike



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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    Below is the list of nominees from the nomination thread (found at: ETA TBN member nomination thread - Page 9 )

    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    Below is the list of nominees (in alphabetical order). If you aren't on the list (but should be) please let me know before 12 Noon Eastern time on Monday the 3rd.
    1. 4Shorts
    2. 94BULLITT
    3. Artisan
    4. catdozer
    5. charlz
    6. dstig1
    7. Furu
    8. john25mm
    9. LD1
    10. mjncad
    11. muddstopper
    12. PILOON
    13. Reyer Farms
    14. SPIKER
    15. spruce deere
    16. wroughtn_harv
    17. yelbike



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    Last edited by aczlan; 12-02-2012 at 10:26 PM. Reason: Add dstig1
    A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly. Specialization is for insects.
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