Step 3: Judging

The length of time judging takes will depend on the number of entries, as well as any other commitments I find myself with at that time.

I reserve the right to approach other trusted members of the community for assistance with judging, but all final decisions will be mine, and final.

The winners will be announced in a forum topic, and recorded in an additional step to this announcement.

Any questions, either post them in a comment, or PM me directly.

Good luck, and get Making!
Dear Kiteman,<br> <br> Thank you very much. I am honoured to be granted the first prize!<br> <br> And congratulations to all participants.<br> <br> This may have been a small scale contest, but a proud one! I hope it is a start for more like contests like this.<br> <br> I think an important challenge is to bring this kind of initiatives to the attention of a lot of Ibles-members as possible. The Ibles-team is very kind to bring it to attention here and there, but there is still a big difference with being in the list of contests, obviously.<br> <br> Personally, I do not think big prizes are necessary for a contest.<br> <br> I am thinking to launch a contest of my own, but I'm always running short in time to work on my time machine ;-)<br> <br> Best Regards<br> <br> masynmachien
does that mean its a void in quebec?
The contest is over now, but anybody could enter, they just had to give any prizes to people who weren't allowed to enter official contests yet.<br><br>I may do another challenge soon.
So who won?<br><br>I got a patch :) Thanks!
masynmachien's &quot;Disarming Game&quot; came out tops.
I won a prize!!!!!!!!<br><br>Thanks a LOT!!!
You're welcome.<br><br>I may run another challenge, if I can get more entries next time ...
Only just informed of this competition!<br> And I'm only just in time! :)&nbsp;<br> <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Key-lanyard-from-bust-bicycle-tube/">http://www.instructables.com/id/Key-lanyard-from-bust-bicycle-tube/</a>
You're in - tell your friends about it as well, there's still a full day left to enter.
Awesome thanks!
When does the contest end? My exams just finished (YAY!!!!) and i'm making my first ible rite now.
It finishes on Sunday.
Here it is! Hope you enjoy and please give advice!<br><br>http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-teeny-tiny-boats-out-of-PVC-pipe/<br><br>
Hereby, I enter my step-by-step instructable <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Make-a-Blinky-Dragonfly-Maker-Faire-version/">&quot;Make a Blinky-Dragonfly&quot;, as can be viewed here</a>.<br> <br> In the case the Jury decides to award my entry a Prize, I would prefer a nice, shiny Patch. This is not because I despise the Pro-memberships, but because I can extend my current Pro-membership well beyond the year 2020 with the coupons that were given to me as a Prize(! Hey, isn't that illegal these days?) by one of Autodesks' Business Units.
Thank you! I'm glad there's still someone on this website who accepts my entries for contests :-&gt;
I have always found you to be acceptable...
If you need more Pro-memberships (12 months or 3 months) for prizes, I'd be more than happy to provide them.<br><br>I'm working on a new, very very internationally themed I'ble right now, which I will submit shortly :-)<br><br>Thanks for making me smile, Kiteman!
I have plenty, thank you (especially when you notice that I only have three entries to date...)
Does it have to be international for me? Or international for most other people? (Or both -.-?)<br>This is kinda funny cause I had the idea of an unofficial contest a while back but then I realized I have no prizes I could give and pretty much no-one would see it.<br>Its great to see someone else had the same stroke of genius as me, but were famous (by instructables's standards) and so could actually do it.<br><br>Oh... also I realized that since I have been very inactive for a while, I have a whole lot of spare patches so could I add some to the prize pool? Maybe for... uhh... silliest idea or something.<br>-eggy x 3
When I said &quot;international&quot;, I meant &quot;somewhat vaguely, in a distant kind of way, linked insubstantially to a thing you could link to the concept of &quot;international&quot;&quot;.
Dear Kiteman,<br> <br> I would like to enter this one:&nbsp;<a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Disarming-Game/">http://www.instructables.com/id/Disarming-Game/</a>.<br> <br> Something to train future &quot;International (Wo)Men of Mystery&quot; &nbsp;;-)
Thanks!<br><br>I would wave a Pro membership as I have one for some time to come, but I'm going for an &quot;honourable patch&quot;.
<a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Popsicle-Stick-Swiss-Army-Knife-Prop/">http://www.instructables.com/id/Popsicle-Stick-Swiss-Army-Knife-Prop/</a>
Accepted - second entry.
can i use drift wood? it is a imported material in a way
You're getting the idea...
So... the theme is anything 'international' based... right?
Absolutely anything you can crow-bar into the general concept.
Moustache pants, away!
What would you say to modifying a &quot;<strong><em>foreign made</em></strong>&quot; portable (battery powered but dead) electric drill to run off of mains current?
I probably could (note the restrictions in step 2, though)
Which in particular? Vaguely foreign theme? Or a MAKE as opposed to a re-purpose?
You're Making a thing from something that it was not.<br><br>A statue from a block of marble, a sheet of paper from a tree, a mains drill from a cordless drill. Same thing.<br><br>It is international in the sense that the project would be impossible without the imported raw materials.<br><br>Gotta lurv the sophistry!
Wiley subterfuge ;-)<br> <br> Ok, I was just wondering if there was something in particular in &quot;step 2&quot; that I was to look out for or look at (mentioned a few posts ago :-)&nbsp;&nbsp; As per normal however, I probably will not get enough time to&nbsp;finish it in time....&nbsp;
Good on you Kiteman. <br>I'll try to think of something great for this.<br>
<br> I've got at least 2 Pro memberships spare, ask me at prize-time.<br> <br> L<br>
This is a US entry about <strong>Soot</strong> !<br> <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/SOOT/">http://www.instructables.com/id/SOOT/</a><br> Soot is what is left over after Burning wood of the Man.<br> <br> It's International, not only because the overseas participants<br> ( some of whome I met ) or the content of many art pieces ( Trojan Horse ).<br> It is International because Burners like the Belgian entrepreneur who came<br> with a work force and built the grand Belgian Waffle in a previous BM event.<br> <br> This ible is no more then me personal decompression, but I agree to turn<br> over any cash prize to a deserving international runner up.<br> <br> I urge you to consider this crow-bar. . . . . . . .&nbsp; A<br> <br>
First entry!
I will kick in a second 12-month Pro membership prize (with Kiteman's approval!)
Approved!<br><br>I'll even let you help choose your own winner!
Yay! :)
LOL! I enjoyed this one! Very good!

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