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    Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    Basic information for the ST5 Project, including number of people registered, the latest vote results and costs, can be found in the link below.

    From our main man Recoil .

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...kUTR3Ync#gid=1


    LE number list

    2013 ST5 LE NUMBERS
    Last edited by hked; December 14th, 2012 at 02:59.

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    Re: Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    How and when can i pay? Dan Samson

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    Re: Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    Is it time yet to sticky this thread?

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    Re: Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    The two lists show different LE numbers, but we are being asked to use those numbers now to register preferences. Can you tell us which is the correct LE number list to you, before things get too far out of hand?

    I'm 126 in the master spreadsheet and 108 in the one that shows only LE numbers. I suspect the former is the correct one, but if I'm confused others might be, too.

    Rick "always confused" Denney

    EDIT: Nevermind. I figured it out. The registration number is not the LE number (D'OH!)
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    Re: Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    Indeed it appears some mistakes have crept into the first spreadsheet (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...kUTR3Ync#gid=1)

    For example mine should be #31, but on the first chart that was swapped with AlbertaTime.
    The LE number list appears correct (AFAIK anyway.)
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Re: Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    Quote Originally Posted by Rdenney View Post
    The two lists show different LE numbers, but we are being asked to use those numbers now to register preferences. Can you tell us which is the correct LE number list to you, before things get too far out of hand?

    I'm 126 in the master spreadsheet and 108 in the one that shows only LE numbers. I suspect the former is the correct one, but if I'm confused others might be, too.

    Rick "always confused" Denney

    EDIT: Nevermind. I figured it out. The registration number is not the LE number (D'OH!)
    Quote Originally Posted by skywatch View Post
    Indeed it appears some mistakes have crept into the first spreadsheet (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...kUTR3Ync#gid=1)

    For example mine should be #31, but on the first chart that was swapped with AlbertaTime.
    The LE number list appears correct (AFAIK anyway.)
    There is no mistakes in the registration spreadsheet, it is a list of the order of registration by each member. The LE number you were allocated has nothing to do with the registration list number. In order to obtain a LE number you had to register your interest first.

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    Re: Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    Quote Originally Posted by Recoil View Post
    There is no mistakes in the registration spreadsheet, it is a list of the order of registration by each member. The LE number you were allocated has nothing to do with the registration list number. In order to obtain a LE number you had to register your interest first.

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    Thank you for the clarification. Judging from the comments on the color registration thread, I think many of us were a bit confused about that.
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Re: Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    I have a question/concern on the dial colour registration. The default colour is blue and, currently, neither of the other versions has gone over the magic number of fifty. If we hit the 28th of feb' and enough people haven't bothered to vote, we may be in a position where we all have to have blue because the other versions don't have enough orders to get into production.
    Would a fairer way to do it be to allocate those orders where no preference is expressed to one of the versions that needs the votes? That way, everyone who expresses a preference should get the colour they want. Those that do not request a specific colour get whatever they are given.

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    Re: Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryF View Post
    I have a question/concern on the dial colour registration. The default colour is blue and, currently, neither of the other versions has gone over the magic number of fifty. If we hit the 28th of feb' and enough people haven't bothered to vote, we may be in a position where we all have to have blue because the other versions don't have enough orders to get into production.
    Would a fairer way to do it be to allocate those orders where no preference is expressed to one of the versions that needs the votes? That way, everyone who expresses a preference should get the colour they want. Those that do not request a specific colour get whatever they are given.
    Funny enough, almost exactly what we are discussing right now.

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    Re: Summary for 2013 WUS ST5 Project

    I reckon the default should be red.

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