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    Quote Originally Posted by ejls View Post
    How do you all feel about that? Do you want your votes made public?

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    Isn't the rule that you can't reveal the contents of a PM without permission from the sender?
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    Isn't the rule that you can't reveal the contents of a PM without permission from the sender?
    Not sure exactly, but I'm sure our wonderful Mod Ejls will check into all of that and get us all legal and protected.

    Now, I need to go get some therapy because I have some memory loss. Not only did I read about some blonde, busty vixen being butt banged but also voted for it and I can't remember a word of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cijababe View Post
    Isn't the rule that you can't reveal the contents of a PM without permission from the sender?
    I just don't see it as an issue if everyone who votes is aware that the votes will be made public. Would this be an issue if only the TOTALS were made public and not the identities of the voters?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ELaken-Palmer View Post
    I just don't see it as an issue if everyone who votes is aware that the votes will be made public. Would this be an issue if only the TOTALS were made public and not the identities of the voters?

    I think all that would be needed is a statement in the contest rules stating that any votes cast by PM will be revealed at the end of the voting period and by casting a vote you are consenting to have your vote revealed.

    If you didn't make it clear I can see how it could an issue. Some newbie could concievably be upset if he thought it was a secret ballot, only to find out his vote was revealed in the end. Afterall, most of us come from a culture with a tradition of secret ballots. I can see why some newbie might assume his vote was going to remain secret unless we make it clear in the contest rules that all votes will be revealed in the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1BadDaddy View Post
    I think all that would be needed is a statement in the contest rules stating that any votes cast by PM will be revealed at the end of the voting period and by casting a vote you are consenting to have your vote revealed.

    If you didn't make it clear I can see how it could an issue. Some newbie could concievably be upset if he thought it was a secret ballot, only to find out his vote was revealed in the end. Afterall, most of us come from a culture with a tradition of secret ballots. I can see why some newbie might assume his vote was going to remain secret unless we make it clear in the contest rules that all votes will be revealed in the end.
    I agree. Totaling up votes that came in PM's and then posting the totals of all votes is hardly the same as giving up the content of a PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chagrin View Post
    Hmm... in previous contests, the voting was always a poll, and whether it was a public poll or not was the relevant question. I like how this would be completely private, so no one knows the tally beforehand to be influenced by. However, there would certainly be a thread that announces that voting has begun, and people who want to reveal their votes can say so there if they want to. This would not be mandatory. That's kind of like having exit polling at an election.

    But to disclose private PMs defeats the entire purpose of creating the voting in that way. You might as well just make a public thread if you're going to do that. Besides, revealing PMs violates the standard forum rules that PMs cannot be made public regardless of content.

    If the voting is going to be completely annonymous and secret, then we better be able to fully trust the host. If the voting is never revealed, then an unscrupulous host could simply pick the next winner. Maybe he would pick his friend, or pick the story that he thought SHOULD HAVE won.

    Considering the shannigans that go on here, I think you have to publish who voted for who. That way everyone could see that it was done honestly.
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    If voting is done via pm, then the votee would automatically be giving express permission for their vote to be made public if there should be a public tally at the end (and I believe there should, to do away with suggestions that voting has been rigged in favour of friends, etc).

    This could be stipulated in the new challenge thread, by the OP, with a disclaimer stating that it is up to each votee to make sure of the terms of the voting system.

    I also agree that there should be more than one person who keeps a tally. Voters should put all tally-counters in the addressee bar (NOT BCC any of them). That way, all can be aware that the votes are going to all relevant parties.

    One thing I find myself not agreeing on is that the stories should go on the story site. While I understand that some may not like reading from the forum, I would be hesitant to put my work up on there, due to the skimming of stories that has been done in the past, and ended up on different web sites without my permission. None of the stories put up on the forum seem to have appeared anywhere else, just the story site.

    oOo before I finish...some of the competitions have been tainted by bickering between members. Claims of favouritism, pandering for votes, and other stuff (am I right that it wasn't just the last one that has seen accusations of all kinds fly about?)

    While there is little we can do to stop disgruntled members from posting accusations, we can all choose to ignore the comments, and *force* the competitions to carry on in the vein in which they were started; i.e. friendly competition. I would think that if the majority ignores the minority, the minority will get very bored very quickly and give up. It is a shame to see these competitions descend into rabid chaos just because of a few remarks.
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    Aren't we getting just a little bit precious here?

    There was nothing wrong with how the voting was run in previous CAWs. Yes some stories have won by landslides but usually its reasonably close.

    No one seems to remember the writers; for most getting a vote or, God willing, a few votes is mana from heaven. Why torment them? They sweat over their offering and have to wait a month before they know if anyone voted for them?

    How fair is that?

    And as for Rule 5. You can't put your story up because someone might plagiarize it? Hello? We are serious here aren't we. A copy of someone else's story is readily apparent and would bring disdainful mocking on the writer concerned.

    Rule 5 on the grounds a story might be forgotten? Wouldn't the anointed one put them in a folder?




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    Quote Originally Posted by smcaaphd View Post
    If voting is done via pm, then the votee would automatically be giving express permission for their vote to be made public if there should be a public tally at the end (and I believe there should, to do away with suggestions that voting has been rigged in favour of friends, etc).

    This could be stipulated in the new challenge thread, by the OP, with a disclaimer stating that it is up to each votee to make sure of the terms of the voting system.

    I also agree that there should be more than one person who keeps a tally. Voters should put all tally-counters in the addressee bar (NOT BCC any of them). That way, all can be aware that the votes are going to all relevant parties.

    One thing I find myself not agreeing on is that the stories should go on the story site. While I understand that some may not like reading from the forum, I would be hesitant to put my work up on there, due to the skimming of stories that has been done in the past, and ended up on different web sites without my permission. None of the stories put up on the forum seem to have appeared anywhere else, just the story site.

    oOo before I finish...some of the competitions have been tainted by bickering between members. Claims of favouritism, pandering for votes, and other stuff (am I right that it wasn't just the last one that has seen accusations of all kinds fly about?)

    While there is little we can do to stop disgruntled members from posting accusations, we can all choose to ignore the comments, and *force* the competitions to carry on in the vein in which they were started; i.e. friendly competition. I would think that if the majority ignores the minority, the minority will get very bored very quickly and give up. It is a shame to see these competitions descend into rabid chaos just because of a few remarks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prurient Purveyer View Post
    Aren't we getting just a little bit precious here?

    There was nothing wrong with how the voting was run in previous CAWs. Yes some stories have won by landslides but usually its reasonably close.

    No one seems to remember the writers; for most getting a vote or, God willing, a few votes is mana from heaven. Why torment them? They sweat over their offering and have to wait a month before they know if anyone voted for them?

    How fair is that?

    And as for Rule 5. You can't put your story up because someone might plagiarize it? Hello? We are serious here aren't we. A copy of someone else's story is readily apparent and would bring disdainful mocking on the writer concerned.

    Rule 5 on the grounds a story might be forgotten? Wouldn't the anointed one put them in a folder?

    Rule #5 goes back to the original CAW and the second one. It is much easier for the host to track stories all submitted at the same time. Readers will have plenty of time to view all of the stories and are less likely to forget a story they read 4 weeks earlier.

    We've already had one instance where a writer did not follow the directions as to how to advise he was entering, never confirmed the post where the host announced who had submitted and did any one have anything else. After the poll went up this writer became extremely angry because his entry did not make the poll.

    There is no waiting a month for the results. Voting will be done over a nine day period and then announced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejls View Post
    Rule #5 goes back to the original CAW and the second one. It is much easier for the host to track stories all submitted at the same time. Readers will have plenty of time to view all of the stories and are less likely to forget a story they read 4 weeks earlier.

    We've already had one instance where a writer did not follow the directions as to how to advise he was entering, never confirmed the post where the host announced who had submitted and did any one have anything else. After the poll went up this writer became extremely angry because his entry did not make the poll.

    There is no waiting a month for the results. Voting will be done over a nine day period and then announced.
    And as a CAW participant, I have no problems waiting 9 days for results. Are there any other CAW participants who see 9 days as an issue?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahorsewithnoname View Post
    And as a CAW participant, I have no problems waiting 9 days for results. Are there any other CAW participants who see 9 days as an issue?
    Well...if the doctor tells me I only have eight days to live, I can see it being an issue!!

    Mind you, I might get sympathy votes. Better he tells me I have four days to live...more time for more people to vote sympathetically
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1BadDaddy View Post
    If the voting is going to be completely anonymous and secret, then we better be able to fully trust the host. If the voting is never revealed, then an unscrupulous host could simply pick the next winner. Maybe he would pick his friend, or pick the story that he thought SHOULD HAVE won.

    Considering the shenanigans that go on here, I think you have to publish who voted for who. That way everyone could see that it was done honestly.
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    Just my opinion - the whole thing has gone too far and become way too serious and political. It would be nice if it could just be simple and fun. Unfortunately the nature of these things is that they get more difficult to control as they gain momentum and interest, that is to say that more rules and restrictions need to be put in place to keep it under control. Unfortunately that makes it far less appealing if you ask me.

    On a personal note, I will be sitting out of future CAW challenges until further notice because I feel that the type of story I write is better suited to other sites and forums which attract a different kind of audience. This combined with what I said above makes it sort of pointless for me to enter CAW challenges. I will be keeping an eye on it and will keep an interest in seing it develop. I'll look forward to reading your entries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejls View Post
    Rule #5 goes back to the original CAW and the second one. It is much easier for the host to track stories all submitted at the same time. Readers will have plenty of time to view all of the stories and are less likely to forget a story they read 4 weeks earlier.

    We've already had one instance where a writer did not follow the directions as to how to advise he was entering, never confirmed the post where the host announced who had submitted and did any one have anything else. After the poll went up this writer became extremely angry because his entry did not make the poll.

    There is no waiting a month for the results. Voting will be done over a nine day period and then announced.
    Well it probably is but is convenience for the organizer the most important thing here?

    Voting is over nine days. Nine days? Why so short a time frame?

    This just seems nonsensical to me but I have no say so just do what you want.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Prurient Purveyer View Post
    Well it probably is but is convenience for the organizer the most important thing here?

    Voting is over nine days. Nine days? Why so short a time frame?

    This just seems nonsensical to me but I have no say so just do what you want.
    Because the reading should be able to be completed before voting, we don't need 2 weeks to vote. Nine days because if someone is going to be away on vacation it normally encompasses a week and two weekends. This can't be convenient for everyone but I want to try to make it available for most.

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    Because the reading should be able to be completed before voting, we don't need 2 weeks to vote. Nine days because if someone is going to be away on vacation it normally encompasses a week and two weekends. This can't be convenient for everyone but I want to try to make it available for most.
    Who said anything about reading? I'm talking about making up our minds.

    This all sounds terribly perfunctory; write the story, send it at the appropriate time, get on with your life for one month, or part thereof plus nine days and then you find out if anyone voted for your story.

    So where is the thrill for the writers to find if anyone voted for them on a day by day basis. I've done 2 and there is real excitement for us average Joes in the daily check.


    These are the guys who should get ,if no reward, at least a little ongoing excitement in their lives.

    Its as if all that matters is winning the bloody thing and to me its not.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Prurient Purveyer View Post
    Who said anything about reading? I'm talking about making up our minds.

    This all sounds terribly perfunctory; write the story, send it at the appropriate time, get on with your life for one month, or part thereof plus nine days and then you find out if anyone voted for your story.

    So where is the thrill for the writers to find if anyone voted for them on a day by day basis. I've done 2 and there is real excitement for us average Joes in the daily check.


    These are the guys who should get ,if no reward, at least a little ongoing excitement in their lives.

    Its as if all that matters is winning the bloody thing and to me its not.
    That is why people should (and a whole lot more do) comment on the stories as they read them. That (during that month) should keep the writers satisfied that they have done well. Then the voters can leave comments on the voter thread (if they want to) stating who they cast their vote for and encouraging others to vote. There will also be a new element of anticipation as we await the day the winner is announced. It will be like the Oscars or the Emmys or the Golden Globes. I think it all sounds exciting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prurient Purveyer View Post
    Who said anything about reading? I'm talking about making up our minds.

    This all sounds terribly perfunctory; write the story, send it at the appropriate time, get on with your life for one month, or part thereof plus nine days and then you find out if anyone voted for your story.

    So where is the thrill for the writers to find if anyone voted for them on a day by day basis. I've done 2 and there is real excitement for us average Joes in the daily check.


    These are the guys who should get ,if no reward, at least a little ongoing excitement in their lives.

    Its as if all that matters is winning the bloody thing and to me its not.

    Not that PP sees this because I'm on his ignore list, but I'll answer anyway since others may benefit from the answer.

    1. Nine days is plenty of time to make up one's mind. We're talking about voting for a story on a porn site, not picking a Pulitzer Prize winner.

    2. No one is saying you can't get feedback about your story. You can post it here and get feedback via the forum. You can post it in the stories site and get comments and votes/ratings over there. You can get PMs from people telling you what they thought, or how they voted. You can see comments in the voting thread if people choose to publicly disclose their vote.

    The idea of holding off reporting the results has good merit. Right now, out of how many posts...you seem to be the only voice of dissent. Perhaps you should consider that this has been discussed, debated, thought out, compromised, and dissected via 50+ PMs over the past several weeks...it isn't something that was just tossed together on a whim.
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    Nonsense Horse.

    You can have all the nice encouraging comments you like but they're not a vote and last time I checked they don't count.

    You and the fifty others don't seem to give a rat's arse about the writers.

    Is it this American fixation with winning?

    And 9 days is no where near long enough to make a decision; not when there are 25 stories and none of them has set you on fire.Or, being positive so many are just so good.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Prurient Purveyer View Post
    Nonsense Horse.

    You can have all the nice encouraging comments you like but they're not a vote and last time I checked they don't count.

    You and the fifty others don't seem to give a rat's arse about the writers.

    Is it this American fixation with winning?

    And 9 days is no where near long enough to make a decision; not when there are 25 stories and none of them has set you on fire.Or, being positive so many are just so good.
    And here you were saying that winning isn't important to you, yet, now you say you're only interested in votes and not the comments.

    Maybe I and 50 others care, and you are simply about stirring up shit, which is sure what it seems to be. You just dissed every other person who posted in this thread. Shame on you.

    Yep, you're just going back to being a troublemaker and not really interested in being at all helpful. And as far as your anti-American comment, that just shows your ignorance. I'm surprised at you. Well, after dissing every one here, I guess I shouldn't be surprised.

    I think I'll just stop responding to your whinings and instead work in a more positive way that is beneficial to the majority and doesn't insult everyone else here.
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    You really are unbelievable.
    As usual you resort to personal attacks.

    I stand by what I said, what's proposed has nothing in it for most of the entrants.

    if you think that winning is all that matters the good for you. I think you're an idiot and so far I have seen nothing from you to suggest I'm wrong.

    Note that applies to you only not the other 50 poster I'm supposed to have insulted.




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    I agree with most of the rules as stated. However, I do have one suggestion. At the end of Rule #1:

    If it is discovered that you have voted more than once, using alternate accounts, only your first vote will count. All others will be removed. No exceptions.
    I think ALL votes by the cheater should be removed. If the result of getting caught cheating is to be no worse off than those who never cheated in the first place, where's the incentive NOT to vote multiple times?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddycums View Post
    I agree with most of the rules as stated. However, I do have one suggestion. At the end of Rule #1:

    I think ALL votes by the cheater should be removed. If the result of getting caught cheating is to be no worse off than those who never cheated in the first place, where's the incentive NOT to vote multiple times?
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    All right, all right boys. Stop and breathe.

    PP has raised some points that should be addressed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Prurient Purveyer View Post
    Aren't we getting just a little bit precious here?

    There was nothing wrong with how the voting was run in previous CAWs. Yes some stories have won by landslides but usually its reasonably close.

    No one seems to remember the writers; for most getting a vote or, God willing, a few votes is mana from heaven. Why torment them? They sweat over their offering and have to wait a month before they know if anyone voted for them?

    How fair is that?

    And as for Rule 5. You can't put your story up because someone might plagiarize it? Hello? We are serious here aren't we. A copy of someone else's story is readily apparent and would bring disdainful mocking on the writer concerned.

    Rule 5 on the grounds a story might be forgotten? Wouldn't the anointed one put them in a folder?
    The original CAW concept was to have a fun event where people wrote stuff based on a common theme. Voting was included, in large part, to pick a member to run the following Challenge. The competitive nature of humans caused some people to look for an edge, not only in their writing, but also in their social networking -- they don't stop working just because their story has been submitted. A few created sock accounts to "stuff the ballot box." In the last one, several entries were removed, either because their writer's had gotten banned, or because they broke stated rules of that particular CAW, entering more than one story and casting pretty obvious sock votes. Yes, it's precious. Apparently, it's also necessary to try to prevent the cluster-fuck we had in CAW #10. Clearly stating rules, hopefully, will minimize confusion, bickering, and cheating.

    SMC's mention of plagiarism wasn't about some idiot copying a story from somewhere on this site and submitting it as his own. She was concerned with some of the fly-by-night websites out there that have been known to rip off the contents of the entire front page of http://stories.xnxx.com/, assigning new user names to our work, while letting our forums alone. The proviso that you can post where you like answers that concern.

    The CAW host doesn't put anything in a folder. He/she isn't actually posting the stories, just a list of links to them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Prurient Purveyer View Post
    Well it probably is but is convenience for the organizer the most important thing here?

    Voting is over nine days. Nine days? Why so short a time frame?

    This just seems nonsensical to me but I have no say so just do what you want.
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    Who said anything about reading? I'm talking about making up our minds.

    This all sounds terribly perfunctory; write the story, send it at the appropriate time, get on with your life for one month, or part thereof plus nine days and then you find out if anyone voted for your story.

    So where is the thrill for the writers to find if anyone voted for them on a day by day basis. I've done 2 and there is real excitement for us average Joes in the daily check.


    These are the guys who should get ,if no reward, at least a little ongoing excitement in their lives.

    Its as if all that matters is winning the bloody thing and to me its not.
    Nine days is the "voting period," which follows a "reading period" which will encompass as many days as there were stories submitted. If you have, say twenty entries, you then have twenty-nine total days to read and make up your mind. Your opinions of a story form as you read it, don't they? By the time you're done reading a group of stories, don't you have at least a vague idea of which ones deserve your consideration for a vote?

    I understand your concern about writers getting feedback. As others have said, here and elsewhere, honest comments on stories are a huge reward to a writer and can often help him/her to hone his/her skills. In the ideas proposed so far, there's nothing discouraging people from giving a writer a thumbs-up or a thumbs-down publicly, from the time a story is first posted. The idea of a secret ballot is to give the writers a second chance at gratification.

    This whole thing is being proposed to HELP the writers. The control part of it comes from a fairly obvious need to introduce some structure into the chaos that CAWs have become.

    I can't speak for anyone but myself here, but winning, to me isn't everything. Sure, it was cool having my name up in lights for a little while, and I've "met" some interesting people because of it and probably expanded my readership.

    BUT, I personally believe that some of my better stories have been ones that either didn't come close to winning a CAW, or weren't written for a CAW at all.

    Some writers maintain they do it for the love of the craft, or to still the beast eating up their soul, or something. They claim they don't care who reads them or whether their stories are well-received. Okay, maybe. But I have to wonder why they bother to post their stuff, if that's really true.

    To one degree or another, everyone who has posted a story on this site since it's inception is an attention-whore. We like our "attaboys." Getting good read counts, ratings, comments, and votes in a Challenge gives us a sense of satisfaction. Winning a CAW is the forum version of staying at the top of the front page on the Stories Site, so, yes, winning is, to many people, important.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wantsomefun View Post
    All right, all right boys. Stop and breathe.

    PP has raised some points that should be addressed.



    The original CAW concept was to have a fun event where people wrote stuff based on a common theme. Voting was included, in large part, to pick a member to run the following Challenge. The competitive nature of humans caused some people to look for an edge, not only in their writing, but also in their social networking -- they don't stop working just because their story has been submitted. A few created sock accounts to "stuff the ballot box." In the last one, several entries were removed, either because their writer's had gotten banned, or because they broke stated rules of that particular CAW, entering more than one story and casting pretty obvious sock votes. Yes, it's precious. Apparently, it's also necessary to try to prevent the cluster-fuck we had in CAW #10. Clearly stating rules, hopefully, will minimize confusion, bickering, and cheating.

    SMC's mention of plagiarism wasn't about some idiot copying a story from somewhere on this site and submitting it as his own. She was concerned with some of the fly-by-night websites out there that have been known to rip off the contents of the entire front page of http://stories.xnxx.com/, assigning new user names to our work, while letting our forums alone. The proviso that you can post where you like answers that concern.

    The CAW host doesn't put anything in a folder. He/she isn't actually posting the stories, just a list of links to them.





    Nine days is the "voting period," which follows a "reading period" which will encompass as many days as there were stories submitted. If you have, say twenty entries, you then have twenty-nine total days to read and make up your mind. Your opinions of a story form as you read it, don't they? By the time you're done reading a group of stories, don't you have at least a vague idea of which ones deserve your consideration for a vote?

    I understand your concern about writers getting feedback. As others have said, here and elsewhere, honest comments on stories are a huge reward to a writer and can often help him/her to hone his/her skills. In the ideas proposed so far, there's nothing discouraging people from giving a writer a thumbs-up or a thumbs-down publicly, from the time a story is first posted. The idea of a secret ballot is to give the writers a second chance at gratification.

    This whole thing is being proposed to HELP the writers. The control part of it comes from a fairly obvious need to introduce some structure into the chaos that CAWs have become.

    I can't speak for anyone but myself here, but winning, to me isn't everything. Sure, it was cool having my name up in lights for a little while, and I've "met" some interesting people because of it and probably expanded my readership.

    BUT, I personally believe that some of my better stories have been ones that either didn't come close to winning a CAW, or weren't written for a CAW at all.

    Some writers maintain they do it for the love of the craft, or to still the beast eating up their soul, or something. They claim they don't care who reads them or whether their stories are well-received. Okay, maybe. But I have to wonder why they bother to post their stuff, if that's really true.

    To one degree or another, everyone who has posted a story on this site since it's inception is an attention-whore. We like our "attaboys." Getting good read counts, ratings, comments, and votes in a Challenge gives us a sense of satisfaction. Winning a CAW is the forum version of staying at the top of the front page on the Stories Site, so, yes, winning is, to many people, important.

    This is good but ( you knew a 'but' was coming ,huh?) I go back to my original issue and that is ; where is the fun for the writers who aren't going to come anywhere and for whom a vote can mean so much.

    You say it really is about them but plainly it isn't; its about organizational convenience.A nice comment is a nice comment but a vote! Wow, they can sit there gazing at the screen and know that someone somewhere though their entry was the best of the lot. With the best will in the world a nice comment doesn't carry that much weight.

    On time frame, no, you're wrong.

    If one rips into a story, skim along, doesn't engage, just looks for the plot and onto the end then rates it, well its an insult to the writer and a waste of time.

    If you want to read them properly you have to get right into them, understand or try to the characters and, as the saying goes, where he's coming from (or she) and its a real effort. I don't know about you but for me it's quite draining; rewarding but draining. And it isn't what you want to do one day after another surely?

    So on that basis alone I think the time frame from Posting to Close of Voting is too short and if the nine day period is to limit the agony then isn't that saying they (the writers) really do want to know how their little epic got on in which case wouldn't they really want to know day by day?




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    All the proposed rules in their present form seem fine to me, although to be honest most of them are so straightforward as to make it seem not wholly necessary to set them in stone like this. Although I always did like being able to have more than one entry, as the primary appeal of the challenge for me was always that it increases my readership about tenfold, and a lot of the time I have two (or three) different story ideas that are on-topic and could use the attention. But one entry per contestant has a nice sense of unity to it, and the reading period is time-consuming as it is, so I don't object all that strenuously.

    Frankly, the only thing I have a problem with is having to wait until May to get the new one started. I guess I understand that doing this is actually a lot of work for the host and s/he (she in this case) appreciates a breather, but by the time CAW 11 draws to a close half the year will be gone with only two challenges to show for it. We're all here to write, so I'm for getting to the writing part as expediently as possible.
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    Black Ronin - I am personally glad to see a new CAW challenge coming up; as CAW 10 was the first one I ever entered I figured there would be almost a full year between them.

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    I've need the last few weeks to decompress from the fall-out from the CAW, and from real life in general. My next priority was to create an SOP for all future CAW's so no one will question actions taken by the host. I agree it's sad that a writing exercise should have to come to this, but it was forced upon us. This is the first I've written anything; I haven't even worked on the story I was writing before the CAW.

    I am trying to decide what the inspiration will be for the new CAW. I've got it down to a couple of selections. I hope it will be worth the wait.

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    I'm going to play devil's advocate here for a moment.

    Quote Originally Posted by Prurient Purveyer View Post
    This is good but ( you knew a 'but' was coming ,huh?) I go back to my original issue and that is ; where is the fun for the writers who aren't going to come anywhere and for whom a vote can mean so much.
    I will say, seeing that I received a vote is rewarding in its own special way. It gives a sense of accomplishment. I can only wonder what it's like to receive a dozen votes on an entry. Saying that, knowing the play by play of how the votes are tallying up is both detrimental and inspirational. Seeing 'Xmember' has several votes on the first day of voting compared with your own zilch isn't exactly a pleasant experience. Though when the last few days of the contest are rolling around and one or two people decide that what you've written is worthy of their (voting) admonishment, it is truly the best feeling in the world as far as this forum goes.

    You say it really is about them but plainly it isn't; its about organizational convenience.A nice comment is a nice comment but a vote! Wow, they can sit there gazing at the screen and know that someone somewhere though their entry was the best of the lot. With the best will in the world a nice comment doesn't carry that much weight.
    In the latest CAW10, I received many comments on my entry. A few notable members helped me to realize what power I have with my minimalist style. That in and of itself made entering worth my effort.

    On time frame, no, you're wrong.

    If one rips into a story, skim along, doesn't engage, just looks for the plot and onto the end then rates it, well its an insult to the writer and a waste of time.
    That is how most people tend to 'read' their stories. This is a porn site. If the guy isn't spewing loads of baby gravy into a tight fertile teen twat by the second paragraph, your story will most certainly be ignored. What you've written is judged not by the color of its book jacket but by the content of its pages.

    If you want to read them properly you have to get right into them, understand or try to the characters and, as the saying goes, where he's coming from (or she) and its a real effort. I don't know about you but for me it's quite draining; rewarding but draining. And it isn't what you want to do one day after another surely?

    So on that basis alone I think the time frame from Posting to Close of Voting is too short and if the nine day period is to limit the agony then isn't that saying they (the writers) really do want to know how their little epic got on in which case wouldn't they really want to know day by day?
    I disagree with this to a point. I've read all of the entries in two days. In that time, I've already ruled out half of them. I read what is left again, a day or so later and some of those don't make the next cut. Usually, there are a handful left. I then go into the technical aspects. Punctuation, paragraph separation, overall content, dialogue, continuity...

    In seven days I usually have one or two entries to decide between. Nine days is actually too long in my opinion but it seems fair enough.

    Seeing the results is both detrimental and inspirational as I've already addressed above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onehandedtypist View Post
    Seeing the results is both detrimental and inspirational as I've already addressed above.
    You make a good point.

    Two CAWs ago ELP wrote a great story that ran away with the vote right from the beginning. It's my belief that if someone comes to the voting section, sees that one story is a virtual runaway train with little chance of being caught, they might not bother reading all of the stories and vote. Authors typically will read stories and vote. But others might look and go "Oh, well, this is already over, what's the point?" and move on. THAT's one thing I think can be avoided by non-disclosure of the actual results until the end.

    We're talking about 9 days of not knowing results. I think we can all live in suspense for 9 days. As others have pointed out, there will be pseudo-exit polls where bits and pieces will be found. And in comments too.

    Quite frankly, I'd be more than happy if we abandoned the voting entirely and simply had topics to write about. I think it is the voting, etc. that gets everyone hyped up here. Take the voting away. Come up with a way to announce new writing topics, and let people write. I care far more about comments than votes. Hey, a vote is nice...I know that. But it takes a click. A comment takes someone actually putting to words, good or bad, something about your story.

    But I feel I'm in the vast minority about doing away with voting entirely, so, the next best thing is to try and make things as fair as possible.
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    I've not read all the post on this tread so I don't know if this has been discussed but I'd like to propose an idea that I proposed a long time ago.

    1) Every story is posted with its own poll.

    2) After reading a story (and while it is fresh on their minds) the reader gives the story a point value from 1 to 5.

    5 points if they thought the story was excellent.
    4 points means the story was very good.
    3 points means it was good.
    2 points means it was just Okay.
    1 point means they didn't like it.

    At the end of the challenge the votes are totaled and the story with the most cumulative points ... wins.

    This is not some new weird idea. This kind of voting is used in many professional contest and it works just fine. (IE Professional Photographer use this method to judge prints.) In a sense, a lot of the TV contest work this way. The judges vote on each contestantís performance and it is the cumulative vote that determines the winner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardrive View Post
    I've not read all the post on this tread so I don't know if this has been discussed but I'd like to propose an idea that I proposed a long time ago.

    1) Every story is posted with its own poll.

    2) After reading a story (and while it is fresh on their minds) the reader gives the story a point value from 1 to 5.

    5 points if they thought the story was excellent.
    4 points means the story was very good.
    3 points means it was good.
    2 points means it was just Okay.
    1 point means they didn't like it.

    At the end of the challenge the votes are totaled and the story with the most cumulative points ... wins.

    This is not some new weird idea. This kind of voting is used in many professional contest and it works just fine. (IE Professional Photographer use this method to judge prints.) In a sense, a lot of the TV contest work this way. The judges vote on each contestantís performance and it is the cumulative vote that determines the winner.

    Just a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardrive View Post
    I've not read all the post on this tread so I don't know if this has been discussed but I'd like to propose an idea that I proposed a long time ago.

    1) Every story is posted with its own poll.

    2) After reading a story (and while it is fresh on their minds) the reader gives the story a point value from 1 to 5.

    5 points if they thought the story was excellent.
    4 points means the story was very good.
    3 points means it was good.
    2 points means it was just Okay.
    1 point means they didn't like it.

    At the end of the challenge the votes are totaled and the story with the most cumulative points ... wins.

    This is not some new weird idea. This kind of voting is used in many professional contest and it works just fine. (IE Professional Photographer use this method to judge prints.) In a sense, a lot of the TV contest work this way. The judges vote on each contestantís performance and it is the cumulative vote that determines the winner.

    Just a thought.

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    Hey HD,

    The problem with this is that a mediocre story could win over an outstanding story. How?

    Let's say I write a mediocre story. (Setting myself up there, eh?) Let's say Writer A writes a great story. I, however, use good marketing and I get, oh, 80 people to come and read and then vote for my story. The average vote is 2, so I get 160 votes. Writer A does no promotion, and only 30 people vote for that story, but they are all blown away and all vote 5. 150 votes. I win 160 to 150.

    Is that what we would want to potentially have happen? My example might be a bit extreme, but something like it could happen.
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