Anchoret Posted March 10, 2018 Share Posted March 10, 2018 09 Mar 2018 overclocker under the nickname CSN7 submitted own result to the Rookie Rumble # 53 - HWBOT x265 Benchmark 1080p already as a Novice. This competition has a limit, as it's not the first time (but nobody care as in the case of Ackerman): Only members of the rookie league may participate. CSN7 is registered on the HWBOT 30 Nov 2017 and now has the status of Novice. Yesterday, he had two entries on the wall that he joined the Novice League 8 days ago and 9 March (last notification on the wall). I was surprised that he two times joined the Novice League. Between these events he managed to join a division. Let's count the months: 1) 30 Nov - 30 Dec; 2) 30 Dec - 30 Jan; 3) 30 Jan - 28 Feb or 02 Mar. The obvious violation, as of March 9, the term of more than 3 months. I wrote to the moderator through the form "Report this submission" to check his result. And what do you think: was his result removed from the competition? Absolutely not! Moderator wiped his wall, namely the notification of joining the Novice League 8 days ago (as of March 9) and the notification of joining a division. But the date of his registration is not changed! Is it an epic fail?! Or not? I'm confused. CSN7 is a moderator's friend? Or, perhaps, moderator engage in bot breeding? Or, maybe, CSN7 is a hacker? But, he definitely has the "Special Member" status. Apparently, many will want to get that status. Dear Administration, I want you publish a link with cost rates and a function to receive the "Special Member" status, which allows one to violate the HWBOT rules. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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