Derby #41: Alphabet

Sign Language Alphabet

Gots to use the Latin alphabet. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_alphabet

Rejected because: Gots to use the Latin alphabet. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_alphabet

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dufaultm


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watsonalgas


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Re: Sign Language Alphabet


Booh on the rejection! Talk about ostracism.

dufaultm


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watsonalgas wrote:Booh on the rejection! Talk about ostracism.


Maybe resub with the letters included? They can't reject that! Wouldn't be as good as the original though...

bluchez


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dufaultm wrote:Maybe resub with the letters included? They can't reject that! Wouldn't be as good as the original though...


Based on the Morse and Braille rejections, I believe they probably would.

SydneyB


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Awwww! This was really nice!!

Geckotek


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bluchez wrote:Based on the Morse and Braille rejections, I believe they probably would.


Which is completely contradictory!! The rules they are applying here imply you must use the latin alphabet characters at least and only once.

The rules applied on the morse code and braille entries imply that latin characters ARE counted.

This is wrong and they need consistency in the judging of this rule.

Geckotek


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Geckotek wrote:Which is completely contradictory!! The rules they are applying here imply you must use the latin alphabet characters at least and only once.

The rules applied on the morse code and braille entries imply that latin characters ARE counted.

This is wrong and they need consistency in the judging of this rule.



Oops...meant to say:
The rules applied on the morse code and braille entries imply that non-latin characters ARE counted.

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