If we submit notes, does it have to be in cheat sheet form?
Quite the opposite. It will be easier if notes are not in cheat sheet form.
There is no standard format, so you can send in a cheat sheet if you want. The issue is that users often send in cheatsheets with two issues:
1. It's all
copy / paste, which makes it difficult to evaluate the quality of work put into the notes.
2. It's not PDF. Often files can't be opened or other issues arise that makes review impossible. This is because the files usually are densely packed with over 50,000 words and 20 images...That makes sense for a cheat sheet for yourself, but it can make it difficult for other people unless you organize it very
forever said this in the first post, but there are various examples of notes on the wiki pages of individual events (should be near the bottom) as well as a few on https://scioly.org/tests/
(for some reason...ctrl f "notes" for them). I also said that nobody can stop you if you use your sections of notes from your own cheatsheet (which ideally makes notes easier), but it'll probably be easier for us if you avoid using it for the entirety of your notes (this also should encourage you to do some studying / organizing of your notes!). Please double check those notes as examples and the explanations throughout the thread, but I hope that clears things up.
1. The first post says that you should name your resource in the title of your email, and my understanding of this is that each resource should be sent in a separate email. Is this correct?
2. If we say we don't want our resources publicized at the end of SSSS, are we allowed to publicize them at a later date? I'm just indecisive lol
1. If you would like to send in more than one resource, then yes, please send each one in a separate email.
2. From first post: "You must tell [referring to uploading a resource] us beforehand [referring to the end of SSSS]...". You can change your mind during SSSS or upload it yourself after SSSS, but more emails means more chances for mistakes. Does that clear things up?
Edit: Everyone, make sure to double check the first post please. Send PDFs, don't send cheat sheets that are heavily copy / pasted.
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