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10-17-2021 at 08:59 AM
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I am not getting any of my Credibility Points & Submission points for my 30+adjudications

I am not getting any of my Credibility Points & Submission points for my 30+adjudications Can you please look into this. I should be at 29,900 plus credibility points I was at 29,500 yesterday Saturday October 16,2021 morning when I started adjudicating video game submissions. Also, Submission points should around est. 2750 + plus

@Jace Hall something is wrong adjudication system here on giving out credibility and submission points here this happened yesterday now today I only 3 credibility and 1 submission points. No way! from yesterday 3 hours today something is not right here.

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Credibility:29570
Submission points: 2672

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  1. Blackflag82's Avatar

    How many cred points do you think you get for each correctly adjudicated submission?

    You're thinking you should have gotten 400ish points for 30ish subs? I think I can guess the problem...

  2. JJT_Defender's Avatar

    I have done over 186 so far It was at 29567 for a 5 hours even after a number of submission i adjudicated were accepted that I was on right side of the voting and it went from Saturday to Sunday morning when I started adjudicated again only 15 credibility points and 5 submissions point that only 5 video game submissions.

    it looks like I am being shorted, nothing surprising on this site anymore, it might be programming of distributing CR and Submission points

    i do not know ??????

    30 the 30 was the most recent I am

    Quote Originally Posted by Blackflag82

    How many cred points do you think you get for each correctly adjudicated submission?

    You're thinking you should have gotten 400ish points for 30ish subs? I think I can guess the problem...

  3. Blackflag82's Avatar

    I'm not entirely sure I'm following...you've done 186, or you've voted on 186?

    Also, don;t you think it could be a lag in calculation versus TG short-changing you? I mean, you've posted these sorts of things before about how you're missing cred only to be shown you're actually not missing cred at the end of the day.

    You could be entirely correct, but your numbers analysis and the lack of clarity makes it hard for anyone to really know

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  4. nads's Avatar

    Sometimes when I do voting and the submissions get accepted, I need to refresh the browser to have my numbers update


    I see you are at 29669 currently

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  5. thegamer1185's Avatar

    I thought if a submission was accepted at any point during the day, it wouldn't calculate anything SP/CR wise until a specific time of the day? I feel like 2:00 AM Pacific Time was the time? Could be wrong, but I'm rather positive any cleared TGSAP submissions didn't process until a certain time of day so there was a delay.

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  6. stella_blue's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by thegamer1185

    I thought if a submission was accepted at any point during the day, it wouldn't calculate anything SP/CR wise until a specific time of the day? I feel like 2:00 AM Pacific Time was the time? Could be wrong, but I'm rather positive any cleared TGSAP submissions didn't process until a certain time of day so there was a delay.


    My understanding of the submission and CR update processes:

    At regular intervals (every 10 minutes or so) the system determines whether any open submissions have completed the review process (based on several criteria):

    • The total number of "raw" (i.e., unweighted) votes cast

    • The total CR weight of the "Yes" votes

    • The total CR weight of the "No" votes

    • The duration of the adjudication period (i.e., how long the submission has been open)


    If all necessary conditions are met, each submission is either accepted or rejected, and the poll is closed. The CR update process begins immediately and takes approximately 10-12 minutes to finish. The processing time depends on the total number of (a) completed submissions, and (b) votes cast.

    If you voted "Yes" on a submission that was accepted at 2:00 PM, you should notice a CR increase of 3 points no later than 2:15 PM.

    The CR Recalculation Service is a separate process that runs once every 24 hours (overnight). I'm not certain of the precise timing, but my best guess is that it kicks off at 3:00 AM (ET) and takes several hours to complete. As its name implies, the service recalculates CR by applying any necessary adjustments.

    Let's take a hypothetical example (with the following parameters):

    • As of 9:00 AM, your credibility rating = 1500

    • You have voted "Yes" on 10 submissions

    • All 10 submissions are currently open

    • The submissions are listed in ascending order by original submission date



    The initialized CR scenario looks like this:



    Submission #8 is Rejected at 10:00 AM, the first of the 10 submissions to complete.

    You are penalized 75 CR points (5% of 1500) for the incorrect "Yes" vote.

    Your new credibility rating = 1425 (1500 - 75) as of 10:15 AM (see below):




    The other 9 submissions are all Accepted between 11:00 AM and 11:00 PM.

    You earn 27 CR points (3 x 9) for the correct "Yes" votes.

    Your new credibility rating = 1452 (1500 - 75 + 27) as of 11:15 PM (see below):




    When the overnight service is run, a cumulative CR adjustment is applied.

    The adjustment is necessary because the 5% penalty (for 1 wrong vote) is based on a dynamic CR value that increased throughout the day:

    Old CR penalty = 75 (5% of 1500)

    New CR penalty = 76 (5% of 1521)

    Your final credibility rating = 1451 (1500 - 76 + 27) after the CR Recalculation Service completes (see below):



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  7. stella_blue's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by JJT_Defender

    I am not getting any of my Credibility Points & Submission points for my 30+adjudications Can you please look into this. I should be at 29,900 plus credibility points I was at 29,500 yesterday Saturday October 16,2021 morning when I started adjudicating video game submissions. Also, Submission points should around est. 2750 + plus

    @Jace Hall something is wrong adjudication system here on giving out credibility and submission points here this happened yesterday now today I only 3 credibility and 1 submission points. No way! from yesterday 3 hours today something is not right here.


    Hey Juan,

    I have a master file that tracks the credibility data for all TG members whose CR is at least 1050.

    The file reports your Total CR and CR Gain/Loss for every 24-hour period in October 2021, as of 9:00 AM (ET) each day.

    I could post it here for your review, but I will only do so with your permission.

    @JJT_Defender


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  8. dracobeulmont's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by stella_blue



    My understanding of the submission and CR update processes:

    At regular intervals (every 10 minutes or so) the system determines whether any open submissions have completed the review process (based on several criteria):

    • The total number of "raw" (i.e., unweighted) votes cast

    • The total CR weight of the "Yes" votes

    • The total CR weight of the "No" votes

    • The duration of the adjudication period (i.e., how long the submission has been open)


    If all necessary conditions are met, each submission is either accepted or rejected, and the poll is closed. The CR update process begins immediately and takes approximately 10-12 minutes to finish. The processing time depends on the total number of (a) completed submissions, and (b) votes cast.

    If you voted "Yes" on a submission that was accepted at 2:00 PM, you should notice a CR increase of 3 points no later than 2:15 PM.

    The CR Recalculation Service is a separate process that runs once every 24 hours (overnight). I'm not certain of the precise timing, but my best guess is that it kicks off at 3:00 AM (ET) and takes several hours to complete. As its name implies, the service recalculates CR by applying any necessary adjustments.

    Let's take a hypothetical example (with the following parameters):

    • As of 9:00 AM, your credibility rating = 1500

    • You have voted "Yes" on 10 submissions

    • All 10 submissions are currently open

    • The submissions are listed in ascending order by original submission date



    The initialized CR scenario looks like this:



    Submission #8 is Rejected at 10:00 AM, the first of the 10 submissions to complete.

    You are penalized 75 CR points (5% of 1500) for the incorrect "Yes" vote.

    Your new credibility rating = 1425 (1500 - 75) as of 10:15 AM (see below):




    The other 9 submissions are all Accepted between 11:00 AM and 11:00 PM.

    You earn 27 CR points (3 x 9) for the correct "Yes" votes.

    Your new credibility rating = 1452 (1500 - 75 + 27) as of 11:15 PM (see below):




    When the overnight service is run, a cumulative CR adjustment is applied.

    The adjustment is necessary because the 5% penalty (for 1 wrong vote) is based on a dynamic CR value that increased throughout the day:

    Old CR penalty = 75 (5% of 1500)

    New CR penalty = 76 (5% of 1521)

    Your final credibility rating = 1451 (1500 - 76 + 27) after the CR Recalculation Service completes (see below):




    So if we get the vote wrong, it is a 5% credibility point penalty? What should we vote if the gameplay seems legit, but:

    The person didnt show a boot up?

    Or the person booted up, showing only his screen but not hardware?

    These I am confused on what to vote. If he is a senior verified I choose to trust him, but if new, like me, I pick no, but even that might be incorrect. Any advice?

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