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05/04/2007 07:07:46 AM · #1

I don't know if this has already been discussed, but I did not find anything related in the archives so I'll give it a shot.

The Free Study challenge has a submission time span of one month and usually 400+ plus entries but only one week to vote. As a result, the first week of each month has almost twice as many photographs available for voting as any other week.

Would it make sense to allow 15 days or even a full month of voting period for the Free Study challenges (or for any other challenges that have longer submission periods)?
05/04/2007 07:11:52 AM · #2
I believe it would be good to have a longer voting period for the free study. 2 weeks would be nice I believe... (A month would probably be too long)

05/04/2007 07:25:07 AM · #3
I'd be open to a two week voting period, but don't think it would make much of a difference in total votes received. Worth a try though to prove me right. ;-)
05/04/2007 07:45:15 AM · #4
Most people go crazy waiting for voting to be completed in one week. You would be glueing them to the update button for two weeks.

Maybe thats a good thing, then we could all get our submissions in for the next challenge while they are sidetracked.
05/04/2007 09:13:15 AM · #5
I think a two-week period would be nice for ANY challenge with over... say... 400 entries(?)
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