DebateNet Demo at BarCamp Boston 2

DebateNet was demoed at BarCamp Boston 2 by Steven Bao this weekend on Saturday, March 17, 2007. This is a picture of the demo.

BarCamp Boston 2 DebateNet Demo

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By Love of Math.

I have to say, I absolutely adore math. It is probably one of the most amazing things, well, ever. It is obviously applicable in the programming environment – but this is the first time I’ve messed around with math itself.

Debates (38% filled, 24 of 63 speaker positions filled, 39 available)

Here’s the quick ‘n’ dirty script to get it done. Place all of the UIDs inside their own array, and apply this.

$countfilled = count($numfilled);
$countfree = count($numfree);

$total = $countfree + $countfilled;

if ($countfilled != 0 AND $countfree != 0) {
$filledfreeratio = floor($countfilled / $total * 100);
} else { // evade divide by zero
$filledfreeratio = '0';
<h2>Debates <span style="color:#999999;">
(<?php echo $filledfreeratio; ?>% filled, <?php echo $countfilled; ?> of 
<?php echo $countfree + $countfilled; ?> speaker positions filled, <?php echo $countfree; ?> available)

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Transitioning from Old Software

The release date of DebateNet for Northeast JSA is tomorrow, and we’re just putting the finishing touches on the system, adding a few nice icons, as well as transitioning from the old software. It’s simple, but it works:

PETE and DNet

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The sweet sight of being on track.

Ryan and I are working on DebateNet and we experience a thrill as we check off completed tasks. We become even more excited when we see that DebateNet is progressing very nicely. In fact, we love it so much, that we would like to share with you the following image.

On Track


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We are DebateWare.

Welcome to the DebateWare blog, where we will write about development and other news related or not related to DebateWare.

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