Hopscotch March Madness Judging Topic

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#1

Continuing the discussion from Hopscotch March Madness (Do Not Put This On Watching):

Attention all judges: We will discuss the winning projects HERE and ONlY HERE. Tags: @tankt2016, @MYD, @Qubertion, @SmileyPanda, @IntelligentScooter, @MobCraft

Round 1
The Giraffes Are Humans Too win against The Cool Kidz.
The Uptown Coders win in their practice round.
Team Delta G wins in their practice round.
The Team People win against The Golden Dunks, (because The Team People made a topic and showed that they wanted to win) even though neither made a project.


#2

OK. My first invite!!!


#3

Wow. I once invited myself. Okay, this is where we will judge the winning projects.


#4

Are the teams working on it? And do you know ig-pay atin-lay?


#5

Ig-pay atin-lay? No, whatever/whoever that is, no. And there are no challenges—yet.


#6

It's pig Latin. You take the first letter, put it at the end, then add ay after the moved letter. Asy-eay easy


#7

Because obviously the teams will look at this so we need to speak in code


#8

Kay-oay. (Okay). Still, it's hard to understand, may not want to use it for judging. But we should definitely use pig Latin so they don't spy, but it is hard to understand…@Intelligentscooter, I thing it's okay for the, to know.


#9

Do you know any code? Wow! This sounds so much like I'm a secret agent!


#10

Hopscotch code, get it?
We shouldn't use a code, it's time-wasting. Plus it's okay if the team players see what we're talking about, they just can't tell anyone.


#11

To know? Typo. :thinking: To


#12

:stuck_out_tongue::joy:. Filling space ttttttt


#13

Yeah, when we're discussing the winners i think we should use ig-pay atin-lay


#14

No, we shouldn't. Pig Latin is to hard to understand for me, maybe Happyish, the language @AHappyCoder created? He can teach us it.


#15

And I haven't fully invented it :confused:


#16

Oh, well, how do you do it, basically?


#17

Um, you can write "you" as
Uyo
Ouy
Uoy

There is no real translation, it only works if the person that you are talking to can understand a very large number of combinations.


#19

I think it's okay if contestants see what we are saying. Eventualy the contestants are going to know who the winner is, they would just find out a couple minutes earlier.
Plus I don't think any of the contestants would look if we nicely ask them not to.


#20

If you guys would be more comfortable knowing the contestants cant know what we are saying we could make a hopscotch account called Judges where we could chat back and forth in the drafts section.


#21

Well, what of a judge says one team isn't the winner of a game, someone sees it, and tells their team? Then the team makes a version 2.0 of their game for a better chance? Anyway, we should do @Intelligentscooter's idea of using Scootercode (great idea!).