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About the drone contest: Answered

I read in the desciption for this contest: Individuals and small groups (from universities and hackerspaces) will be creating projects around airborne autonomousandradio controlled vehicles. So does it only count if you enter with an instructable for a flying autonomous vehicle or does any kind of radio controlled project count (like a car or a boat)?

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vtxstar
vtxstar

6 years ago

After much editing, photography, and review, I thought my entry into the DIYD contest was in time. In fact I had a pop-up telling me my entry was pending a moderator approval. Alas, it is not listed as an entry and I did not receive a rejection as to why.

Was there an 'edit-moderate-post-edit- repeat' cycle that I goofed up in the effort to do a good job?
-=Doug

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Kiteman
Kiteman

6 years ago

The contest description specifically states "around airborne", so whatever you enter will have to be either capable of flight, or suitable for use on a flying vehicle.

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Bauwser
Bauwser

Answer 6 years ago

Oke thank you, thats all i needed to know. :P

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bwrussell
bwrussell

Answer 6 years ago

There's no harm in entering a non airborne project if you're working on one. If it doesn't fit it will just be rejected for entry to the contest, no harm done.