rglee129 wrote:Thanks a ton for doing all of this. It really is a helpful resource for the artists- I used it last night to see what I had subbed and I figured out that I had a couple of near-prints from the woot derby I hadn't subbed anywhere else (so I just subbed them elsewhere today).
If you ever figure out how to combine the rglee129/robbielee thing that would be killer. Again, this is purely because I want to see my name on more of the top10 lists, so please put my request near the bottom of your priorities, if anywhere.
Done, I still need to fix some of the stats for "printed" (not due to your issue), but it should be working. Your collaborative shirt not included in stats though.
Sales Stats, your Artist Page, and your Catalog should all be updated.
Any other users that have an Alias let me know, and I can set that up.
bluchez wrote:This is the case for all of the inspired by derbies, as well as resubs and other entries that require renaming. From my (considerable) experience, the best bet on matching entries is going to be the "3rd place in Derby #123" listed on all derby winners for quite a long time at this point.
I see potential doing it this way, but I don't store place rankings for derby entries. This would also not work for things like "Editors Choice" that may be named differently.
I was thinking about having a link on the artist/derby page where you can report a shirt as printed that doesn't show as printed, with a dropdown of selections of that artists catalog prints. That way, I can just compare screenshots of the two shirts, and link them after they are reported.
For new shirts, I can just keep an eye on them, easy enough.
marceepauff wrote:Wow, liquee, you're like... magic. It's awesome and amazing and astonishing and astounding that you've done all this work and continue to update with people's tips and requests. I'm beyond impressed. I hope this translates to something great for YOU.
Thanks! I've had a couple of donations (Thanks fellas) after launching the Derby. I try to stick that stuff back to the community with contests and such. I enjoy the work, and the experience from doing it.