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Important Batch Updates

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on February 18th, 2016

As Song of the Week releases have been postponed to prepare files for the next Official Tournament, there have been some important updates related to the Batch Forum.

• The new Batch Search Engine site for tracking user stepchart submissions is up and running. Please look at the Batch Search Engine User Manual for how to navigate this site effectively. All stepartists that have submitted since September/October 2014 have a user account on the site. The Batch Search Engine link can also be found under the Community tab in the navigation menu at the top of the site.

• A new condensed version of the Queue/Batch Discussion Thread has been created for more up-to-date information on the current file submission and judgment process.

• Remember that there is a new Public Judgment System in place for users to leave their thoughts on incoming file submissions. We’ve made good progress on January/February 2015, and the more input we receive the closer we get to the next Official Tournament. After reading the Public Judgment System, the Active Sets forum is where you can start providing your input to user stepchart submissions.

• Going to the above topic, I’d like to mention some statistics from the Batch Search Engine. We currently have 51 Accepted Songs and 39 Conditional Queue Songs. If those files in Conditional Queue are addressed, we will be at 90 Accepted Songs and will have many more songs available for the next Official Tournament. As of right now we have 157 of 328 files judged (going back to September/October 2014, all previous batches are already finished), around halfway through our backlog.

Tune into the Batch Forum for more updates regarding stepchart submissions, and feel free to leave a question there if something is unclear.

- DossarLX ODI

3 Responses to “Important Batch Updates”

  1. It’s a sad day when this is important batch news and the only comments on it is from this meme and it isn’t even relevant.

    Being halfway complete with the backlog is a major accomplishment and should get more credit.

  2. what is a backlog?

  3. First

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