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By my count (well, by the ordered list count on my homepage) I'm on 67 solo edited entries and 8 edited uni entries
Which gives me 75 !!
Can I have a badge please ?
I'll see what I can do
*runs off to the stock cupboard*
How's that looking?
Congratulations once again, well deserved, and by looking at your list of Entries they're on a wide range of subjects too. Very impressive.
Please keep them coming
[just a note to myself here.
The Ripley page is showing the 75 badge, but the Pliny version is either showing a cached version, it still shows the 50 badge, or there's a glitch. I hope it will catch up soon, if not I'll log this as an issue.]
actually turns out to be 76, I found an old one that wasn't on my list ... !!!
The norse gods one went a hiding from me
it still says 50
Damn - I'll log it now jon. Sorry about this, I hope Pastey can fix it soon.
The list of Solo Entries can be found here, this automatically updates with Approved Entries that are registered as individual efforts:
Ah, so only solo Entries count?
I was under the impression that it was only solo Entries that counted. This excludes Flea Market and Updated Entries.
I'm glad we have a scavenger badge for helping rescue entries from the Flea Market, but I'd like to reward those for doing substantial amounts of work with some of the updated Entries as well.
ps Matt, I can't get that link to work. Does it have an A-number as well please?
No it's a named entry link it's a realy useful one though, it's got a list of everyone and how many solo entries they've had.
All Entries have numbers as well as their names. Never mind, I'll try and find it another way
I don't think this is an Entry at all. I'm glad Matt mentioned it though, as we need this sort of editor tool.
Here it is, ( in Alabaster ) I don't think it may exist at all so far in Pliny. I'll add it to the feature log.
I can only get it to work in the old skins, not Pliny, but it is very useful as far as Editors are concerned.