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Vote for the best t-shirt!


By theobroma
Published: Feb 10 2005

We are going to do our judging for the new KDE-Look t-shirt Contest a little different this time. The judges picked their favorite t-shirt designs and now we opened a poll (at kde-forum.org) for the whole KDE community to vote on the new KDE-Look t-shirt.

Click here to vote now.

Please note that you must register at kde-forum to vote.

So what do you think of this new judging method?


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 Wow thanks!

 
 by euxneks on: Feb 10 2005
 
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Wow, thanks for the nominations! Both of mine.. =) Cool.


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 judgind method

 
 by jpcohen on: Feb 10 2005
 
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This new method is cool, and practical... and will be as long as submissions works will be shown under the vote selection !

kde team you make an excellent work keep it up ! ;-)


Have a nice day.
j.p.

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 voting

 
 by arnonym on: Feb 10 2005
 
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I think the new method is cool. and better as the old one!

But it would be even better if one could use the kde-look.org-accounts for voting in kde-forum.org...

Arnonym


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 Re: voting

 
 by dadeisvenm on: Feb 10 2005
 
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dadeisvenmdadeisvenm
Venom 3D Incorporated
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ditto that


For Linux to catch up to Microsoft, Linux Development would have to stop all together and regress. - Donald Ade'
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 hmmm ?

 
 by meNGele on: Feb 10 2005
 
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yes, this is good way to vote, but one man can register million times with other username and vote,.. i think that IP (statick and dinamick - first numbers) adresses must be checked on day of closing contest !!!!

sorry fort bad eng. !!!


LINUXO Live!
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 Re: hmmm ?

 
 by dadeisvenm on: Feb 11 2005
 
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dadeisvenmdadeisvenm
Venom 3D Incorporated
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Now that is truly is one SSSAAAADDD individual. Yeah I guess the unique IP address vote would work but i work in a computer lab so getting 70+ votes a day would be tempting but wrong. Is it possible to add a restriction like physical location of an IP (latitude , longtitude ) ?


For Linux to catch up to Microsoft, Linux Development would have to stop all together and regress. - Donald Ade'
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 Re: Re: hmmm ?

 
 by theobroma on: Feb 11 2005
 
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Verry saaaaad indeed. We will be moving the voting for contests to artist.ked.org so yes we will be able to secure it any way that we want! But the CMS version of the artist.kde site will not be up for a couple of months yet. Lots of work to do. This maybe an interesting read for some. http://theobromas.blogspot.com Thank you all for your input.


Las cosas claras y el chocolate espreso. (Ideas should be clear and chocolate thick.) - Spanish proverb
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 Re: hmmm ?

 
 by Yaba on: Feb 11 2005
 
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IP Address checking does not help. Think of all the people that are behind a NAT with dynamic IPs. It could also prevent other people from voting.

Well, yes. Someone could create hundreds of accounts, but this is much more effort than it takes to manipulate the votes here on KDE-Look.


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 security

 
 by finiteman on: Feb 12 2005
 
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I think we sould crack into the spy satalite networks and track down these wipers of other peoples bottoms. Then we could do things to them.... bad things like read thier email. Of course they would have to be using Win XP service pack 2 with the new and freshly compromised free spyware/firewall "Microsoft is more secure than Linux." Steve Ballmer
Oh shit I am laughing so hard I can't breathe.


The best thing about owning a Linux box is it is mine and you cant play in it.
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 I've voted

 
 by p0z3r on: Feb 12 2005
 
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At this point, 02/12/05, there have been only 61 people that have voted on the shirt design. Get out the vote and pick your kdelook shirt of tomorrow!
Good luck to all the entries.


cheers,
-p0z3r

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