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I have successfully solved some challenges, but can not find where can I use the given token to raise my score on WeChall. Please help me, thank you.
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Yea first I couldnt find it either. Here's the link:

https://www.wechall.net/14-levels-on-Hackit.html
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Does it seem reasonable to get 16180 points for solving 10 levels here and to get ONLY 63928 points for solving 3723 levels on SPOJ? I know how score formula works, yet this doesn't seem "ok" at all to me.

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I see your point but it's the same score for everybody so personally I don't see it as too much of a problem - what seems wrong to me is that sites which are dead or have been offline for a long time are still included in the rankings. New people to the scene are at an immediate disadvantage as they can't get points which are assigned to longer standing people.
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Well then why any scoring formula after all ? Should have been a constant score for all sites (10k). Smile
Regarding your "problem", I thought about it too few times. You're right, new comers are at some sort of an immediate disadvantage, yet considering the total score you could achieve on wechall ( > 1.000.000 points), they have loads of alternatives to "remove that disadvantage". And in the end, one way or another, those who solved the levels when sites were up deserve the points, don't they ? It's not their fault they were fortunate to be active in that period Drool .

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I think it's ok solving 3723 challs on SPOJ doesn't mean that you're 300 times better than someone solving 10 challs on RedTiger. It's the skills that count.
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Quote from Chaosdreamer
Jun 21, 2013 - 16:43:45

I see your point but it's the same score for everybody so personally I don't see it as too much of a problem - what seems wrong to me is that sites which are dead or have been offline for a long time are still included in the rankings. New people to the scene are at an immediate disadvantage as they can't get points which are assigned to longer standing people.


This.
I know I should be one defending the argument against as if hackquest is taken away from wechall, my score will drop significantly, but honestly I believe dead sites should be removed. There is usually a sense of 'well what if they come back?' In my opinion, IF they come back with the database in tact, they can rejoin the wechall network and users can relink - their progress wont be lost. On the other hand IF they come back with a fresh database and no user accounts then why should the users keep their wechall score? Have then restart same as a new user would and re-earn their right to be there.
I say flush away the dead sites also.

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Robots page on RedTigers Hackit has an error in SQL syntax.
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Robots page on RedTigers Hackit has an error in SQL syntax.


Smile))))))) Go dump the database !
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I finished the Hackit, but i don't have my score updated on wechall, what should I do?
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