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Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by dimkadimon) | Reply
> Now the profile correctly says 52 competitions, but only 20 of the cards are visible

It seems you missed the point "In general, the new profile will show you all your successful MMs". :)

The 20 is number of successful MMs. I guess set of the successful MM's is currently defined as something like "not more than first 20 of a random permutation of MMs".

So the 52, that was there from the beginning, is incorrect and the 20 is fine. :)
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by anuj) | Reply
Now the profile correctly says 52 competitions, but only 20 of the cards are visible in the challenges section.
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by anuj) | Reply
Let's summarise progress after almost 2 months:

1. I only found one post about TCO from the main page: https://www.topcoder.com/blog/we-have-new-topcoder-open-champions/
I would like to see more posts about such an important event.

2. Still doesn't work

3. Still no ordering

4. This works, but useless without 3.
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by alegro) | Reply
@alegro: I can chime in from the R&D side. Regarding the issues you've mentioned:

  1. Seeing only 20 MMs on your new profile: Thanks for bringing this up. Taking a look at data for your account, turns out there is definitely some inconsistency in our API which shows you a much lower number of MMs now. Our team is investigating it and I can update you once I have more details. In general, the new profile will show you all your successful MMs.

  2. Total points vs Placement & Competitors on MM Card: Good feedback. I've put it on our list of things to improve!


Please keep raising these issues and the feedback coming. We have just started with the newer designs and code, and we want to keep making it better :)
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by mnorouzi) | Reply
This is not a bug, this is a feature that is related to filtration of unrated MMs. I do not see a sense to report about the developed feature. I am sorry about time that you spent in conversation with me, thank you.
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by alegro) | Reply
Thanks for clarifying your question!
>> Does your answer mean that half of my Topcoder "biography" disappeared in [topcoder]?
No, your data is safe in TC and this appears to be a bug. Can you please send to support@topcoder.com so the team can investigate and correct the issue with missing data?

Regarding the feedback for the new profile and your inabilty to easily observe the performance of MM competitors, hearing specific usecases like this is extremely valuable for us. I have alerted the members of our R&D team of this thread and they will likely have additional questions and possible updates for you.
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by mnorouzi) | Reply
Thank you for the detailed explanation. I asked about the full list. Let me to explain with an example that is based on my profile. I have competed in 52 MMs, the Rating Graph has 26 points, you pointed me to 20 rectangles (that I was able to see after several pressings of the "LOAD MORE" button). Does your answer mean that half of my Topcoder "biography" disappeared in [topcoder]?

BTW How does someone may use "TOTAL POINTS" values, that are shown in middle of the rectangles? As to me these values are not informative, e.g. why not show resulting placement and number of participants.

I suggest you to look on table from old theme, that I already mentioned, with the full list. The table was useful and easy to use for an observer of performance of MM competitors. If I understand correctly description of the performance is one of key reasons of existence of profiles.
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by alegro) | Reply
You can either use "Find Members" by clicking on the magnifying glass on the top right part of the screen or go directly to the member's profile using this link and their handle: https://www.topcoder.com/members/[handle]

Once in their profile, click on the marathon rating. That brings you to the statistics page, with the rating graph. At the top, if you select "Challenges" (where "Statistics" is already selected), you'll see a list of the challenges in which they've participated.

As noted in the previous post, clicking on the match name goes to a non-working "match details" page rather than the final results page for the match. This bug is actively being worked on.
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by mnorouzi) | Reply
How to view full list of marathon challenges of particular member? In old theme there was link from number of marathon challenges in the profile.
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by Sky_) | Reply
Past SRMs/Algorithms including TCO15
>>How to access it without direct link?

Learn -> Competitive Programming -> Past SRMs

Past Marathon Matches including TCO15
>>When I click on challenge name I see this page http://i.imgur.com/AsFHAso.png I don't see any link to problem statement.

You are right. Try this link which I got to by clicking on Registrants. I'll submit a bug for the Challenge detail link not working.
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by mnorouzi) | Reply
>> Past SRMs/Algorithms including TCO15
How to access it without direct link?

Past Marathon Matches including TCO15
When I click on challenge name I see this page http://i.imgur.com/AsFHAso.png I don't see any link to problem statement.


TCO15 Final Hackathon Presentations
thanks
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by Sky_) | Reply
Past SRMs/Algorithms including TCO15
Past Marathon Matches including TCO15
TCO15 Final Hackathon Presentations
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by jmpld40) | Reply
How to find problem statements from algorithm and marathon in new theme? I was able to find it only in old theme.
Is there any way to see submissions/presentations from Hackathon?
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by Nickolas) | Reply
Only after seeing the picture in this blog post I found out what happened to tourist. Turns out his medium failed and he didn't advance to the final. Even this blog post has little information about what actually happened. I would like to know why his medium failed and whether he tried any challenges and so on. All other sources I tried have nothing. tourist's profile gives a bunch of random SRMs and it is almost useless.

Guys, I am seriously disappointed. TCO is the biggest coding event on the planet and this sort of information should be easier to find (like in the past). Why should we have to dig it out?
Re: Horrible site coverage (response to post by jmpld40) | Reply
Can you tell me where CodeForces got their info about TCO for their site?

cgy4ever wrote a blog post about TCO at Codeforces.
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