Monday, February 3, 2014

User Rankings on the IFF app? Slightly messed up?

First we congratulate Vyazenkin as the winner at 71 points good work!

We also  must note that our friend Mahnkinen did well after being in the lead for a long long time and being fourth in points is utterly well done when all games have been played.
The former winner Houman at the WFC 2013 writes on his blog that he is 12 point away from the winner after things turned a bit crazy. He also mention his placement according to the app itself - but we here think that must be a mind warp - since the placement in the app is not based upon the actual points - the app just place people on the same points in some random or alphabetical order - not even related to the placement. This app therefore needs to be re-written or adjust its code a little bit - to show all the right placements.
So N) Mr. Houman you were not at 85th place. You were on a shared 12th place.

Ourselves? Well if we count as Mr. Houman or as the app does, we ended up at a 24th place. But since the app place us wrong and not according to the points earned we actually ended up on a shared 8th place among some 1022 people guessing - or making predictions on the World Floorball Qualifications.
You know what - we are utterly happy with this result - and we will do our best to be back guessing soon again.
And yes, the IFF should apply this app to a few other leagues too - we think!

Good work IFF and Asics!
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