I think I need a holiday after all these folding posts, that or cake. Yeah, send me cake.
Right, time to polish off our folding week, and we have two things for you today, the stats obviously, and the results for last week’s folding competition. So first thing’s first, let’s close the folding week once and for all. To have qualified for the following prizes, you’ll need to have met the criteria previously set on the week’s intro.
- £10 Amazon voucher
- £5 Amazon voucher
- 100 TSA points
So overall there were 58 (59 if I’m included) people who qualified, and thanks to Random.org, these are the people who should have received their prize before this goes live.
- 100 TSA Points – samiro05
- £5 Amazon voucher – 3shirts
- £10 Amazon voucher – Heedbaw
So congratulations to you.
If you’re reading this, then good on you for caring for more than the competition, if I could tell who’s reading this I would give you all a TSA point, but I can’t. What I can do is ask you to comment “I carried on reading”, that way I’ll know, and you’ll get a point for commenting.
So since last month AG2297‘s reign slowed down due to him being away for a week or two and reaching the more active folders. We also gained DeadlyChipmunk who tore up AG2297’s previous high-speed ascent and became the 2nd most Active folder on the team, churning through am impressive amount of work units and gaining an equally impressive amount of points. He also climbed from the bottom of our table (~300th) to his current standing at 26th. Ironically, DeadlyChipmunk started to fold after reading AG2297’s Meet The Folder article at the beginning of July.
As a team, over the past month we worked on 2,510 Work Units, earning us over 1.7 million points which allowed us to overtake four team. To find out who’s next, you’ll have to read through to page 2. You’ll also note a team called “pfv”, who aren’t (to my knowledge) linked with gaming, but they have been folding about the same as us for over a year, so that’s who we’re really aiming to overtake soon.