It's been thrown around a few times before, so should we put it into practice with a trial run?
Idea is simple, I host one night (probably once a month) a little AT proficiency contest. There's a series of trials, where by we go one by one completing them, with points awarded for each. At the end, I can post a leader board, showing how everyone ranked up against each other overall, and then breakdown leader boards for each section.
I won't do anything script heavy at first, to just give it a try and see if it's worth putting time in for in the future.
Score would be derived from many factors; target acquisition time, SOP accuracy, actual accuracy, overall time.
An example section leader board could be:
|Member ||Score ||Accuracy % |
|Stationary Targets |
|Bosenator ||16 ||73% |
|Noosebator ||12 ||84% |
|Moving Targets |
|Bosenator ||15 ||67% |
|Noosebator ||13 ||92% |
This could be expanded upon into other proficiencies in the future, as previously suggested, but I want to focus on a particular aspect, get that to a level I'm comfortable with and then using those lessons learnt apply to other areas.
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