Is it the time of the year...?

  1. that we should choose pf's experts of 2004?

    if i can i will run in the category of the most un-experienced expert of 2004...
    :rofl: :surprised o:) :yuck: :biggrin: :tongue: :bugeye:
     
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  3. Phobos

    Phobos 2,020
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    Yep, I think it is time again. Greg? Chroot?
     
  4. Greg Bernhardt

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    haha sure, why not :biggrin:
     
  5. How does this work excactly?
     
  6. Greg Bernhardt

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    We have 5-6 categories, the staff selects 10 members most suitible for the category and then ya'll vote.
     
  7. Moonbear

    Moonbear 12,265
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    Will you include a Philosophy Expert category so we can finally recognize Les Sleeth? I only recently realized he doesn't have a medal and apparently philosophy doesn't qualify for medals?
     
  8. I'll get that medal soon *shakes fist* . (perhaps in a couple of years). :grumpy:

    But Les Sleeth does deserve a philosophy medal. I do hope he gets it.
     
  9. Tsu

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    Do I get an X-ray X-pert medal? :biggrin:
     
  10. Gokul43201

    Gokul43201 11,141
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    I tried clicking on the link set up for this but my password was rejected...should I just wait till the 29th ?
     
  11. I think Gokul...i had the same problem...

    marlon
     
  12. Hmm...so all those Science Advisor and Homework Helper medals are from yearly awards? Did you guys give out multiple awards for those categories last year? PF has only been around since 2003, so how could so many people (all the Advisors and Helpers) win the same category?

    Thanks
     
  13. Greg Bernhardt

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    The medals are not accociated with yearly awards
     
  14. Phobos

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    Actually more like December 2000-ish. We've upgraded the site like 3 times since them which reset some settings like post counts, member join dates, etc. March 2003 was our latest upgrade. I joined sometime around Jan 2001.
     
  15. Tom Mattson

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    Yes, that's correct. We prefer to count from the emergence of one systemic anomaly to the emergence of the next. In which case, this is the third version of the Matr--erm--Physics Forums.
     
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