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  Cronological List:

Nov.24: Galleries are online.

Oct.24: I _finally_ added the IR beacon information. It's the cleanest way of differentiating between predators and prey - and it's quite simple to do as well! Full details are available here.

Oct.23: The basic demonstration has been fully defined, and the information about the Tx boards not being available until Christmas is a lie. They're here now, and you'll need to demo them on Nov.25.

Oct.17: The current marks are now available online, from the course administration page. The design review is finally over - phew! Oh, I also put up a list of parts suppliers - retail, surplus and mail-order - in the project resources.

Oct.4: Updated information has been posted regarding my suggestions for the tagging implement. Details are in the FAQ, and the new specs are available on the Rules and Regulations page.

Sep.15: (more) The project proposal help is online, Team S.C.U.D.'s information is online, group 3 has a picture up.

Sep.15: I posted information about the Virtual Ventures introduction to the World Wide Web course, updated the main page with a large disclaimer indicating the course is full (lots of people are applying), and put Team Gemini's information on the teams page.

Sep.13: Group 6 has been added to the team page, I put up a list of Frequently Asked Questions, added this "What's New" page, and pushed back the Sept. 15 due date for the proposal until Sept. 18. Hopefully this will give me time to meet with all the groups before they write their proposals.

Aug.24: I finally finished the contest rules & regulations and got them on the web. They need revising, but most of the rules will remain the same (some of the language needs to be clarified). Prof. Huissoon had some excellent comments almost immediately, so I made those changes right away.

Aug.22: I posted the team information to the web, with information on the five Carleton for-credit teams, the Carleton IEP team, and the Waterloo 4A team.

Aug.21: I finished the weblinks in the technical reference section. I also changed some of the book and magazine links to correctly capture the material available.

 


 
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