**REVISED** Final Standings of the 2010 Scripting Games

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2010 Scripting Games badge  Bookmark and Share VERY IMPORTANT REVISION TO THE STANDINGS: After posting what we thought were the final standings in the wee hours of the morning, it came to our attention that the data we were being provided behind the scenes was reflecting a different time zone than the script submissions on PoshCode.org. With that knowledge, we went back through to examine the 34 scripts that had previously been designated as having been submitted “late” (due dates for all events). We found 12 scripts that were marked late in our behind-the-scenes data that showed on PoshCode.org as having been submitted on time. Therefore, these 12 scripts were actually submitted on time. We are very sorry for this discrepancy, but we have now fixed it. These are the scripters whose final scores changed:

  • A.R.C.: Final score increased from 21.5 to 26.5
  • Boe Prox: Final score increased from 72.5 to 75.5
  • Charlie Jacobson: Final score increased from 45.66 to 48.66
  • ChrisWeber: Final score increased from 6 to 9
  • jgerse: Final score increased from 53.33 to 56.83
  • masami91: Final score increased from 36.17 to 39.17
  • Meredyth: Final score increased from 16.83 to 19.83
  • Neil Clinch: Final score increased from 16 to 24
  • Polin Yan: Final score increased from 16 to 20.5
  • WYN: Final score increased from 30.5 to 33

————  These are the final ratings and ranks of those participants who submitted scripts during the 2010 Scripting Games. Submissions received for an event after the due date were not counted.
What individual ratings mean:

    • 5 = Exceptional
    • 4 = Excellent
    • 3 = Very Good
    • 2 = Good
    • 1 = Okay

Beginner Events: All Submissions by Event and Author

AuthorEventRatingLanguage
10litrovSG2010Beg12Windows PowerShell 2.0
10litrovSG2010Beg23Windows PowerShell 2.0
10litrovSG2010Beg32Windows PowerShell 2.0
10litrovSG2010Beg42Windows PowerShell 2.0
10litrovSG2010Beg52Windows PowerShell 2.0
10litrovSG2010Beg63Windows PowerShell 2.0
10litrovSG2010Beg74Windows PowerShell 2.0
10litrovSG2010Beg83Windows PowerShell 2.0
10litrovSG2010Beg94Windows PowerShell 2.0
10litrovSG2010Beg104.5Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg12.5Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg22.5Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg32Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg42Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg53Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg64Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg72.5Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg83Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg95Windows PowerShell 2.0
A.R.CSG2010Beg105Windows PowerShell 2.0
Alberta RoseSG2010Beg12Windows PowerShell 2.0
AleksandarSG2010Beg12Windows PowerShell 1.0
AleksandarSG2010Beg32. 67Windows PowerShell 1.0
AleksandarSG2010Beg41.67Windows PowerShell 1.0
Andrew BidlenSG2010Beg32Windows PowerShell 1.0
Andrew BidlenSG2010Beg42Windows PowerShell 1.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg13.33Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg23Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg32Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg43Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg53Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg63Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg72.5Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg84Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg92Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andrew JarvisSG2010Beg104Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andy MelloSG2010Beg12Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andy MelloSG2010Beg22Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andy MelloSG2010Beg32Windows PowerShell 2.0
Andy MelloSG2010Beg42

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