I hope that this scheduling change will not be too inconvenient for anyone. The change from the January/July schedule to the April/October one was intended to boost participation. I'm not sure it did that, but maybe it helped. In any case...after I inherited the new schedule along with becoming the event organizer, I felt the pain as the schedule just didn't work for me. I feel like the event suffered from my distraction, and I'm still hoping to rectify some of that...stay tuned?
RC2018/09 -- Open for Entrants!
So, with all that said...it is about that time of year again! Who is ready for another round of RetroChallenge?!?!?!
Entries AcceptedIf you plan to join us in the RC2018/09 competition, now is the time to make yourself known. Feel free to refer to our "RetroChallenge Rules" page for reminders, but the basics are "do something interesting with an old computer, and blog about it for month". Please note that microcontrollers now qualify under similar conditions to video game consoles (i.e. made in the previous century).
Whatever you are going to do, please send me an email describing:
- Your name (or alias);
- Your picture (or I'll find something online);
- Your Twitter handle (if applicable);
- Your blog location (for project updates); and
- A brief synopsis of your project.
Get Things Rolling!Well, then, that's all for now -- just over 4 weeks until the start of the competition! Currently I do not have any prize donations to announce, but I am hopeful as always that our retro-oriented friends will come through with some great prize offerings. Don't worry! Remember, the competition is it's own reward... :-)
Anyway, get your entry to me, order your parts, and make any necessary preparations. September will soon be here!