A good tool to stay on top of the Mandatory Play Rule is important but so is the management. Two techniques I’ve seen used are:
- Start hard and get a big lead so it doesn’t matter.
- Defend hard and use the weaker players on offence while the strong defend and then win the game in the final quarter.
Here are some more ways to Creatively Manage Minimum Plays.
For 2015 the following shall be the Minimum Mandatory Play Rule (MPR) for all Pop Warner teams: 16-25 Players (10 Plays), 26-30 Players (8 Plays) and31-35 Players (6 Plays).
I have a new MakerBot courtesy of the MakerBot Influencers Team. My first Mini was purchased in August 2014 just after the release, it arrived broken and was returned, the second was nothing but trouble and would not print without jamming and MakerBot was unresponsive but we reached an agreement that I get a full refund.
The MakerBot Influencers reached out to me again to see if I was interested in a free printer now they have fixed their problems. Surely enough they sent me another broken printer. They replaced the broken printer with one that didn’t work and now I am waiting on a new extruder.
Does anyone at Popular Science fact check or are they just printing press releases now?
This is the first print from my forth MakerBot printer. This is the furthest I have printed on a MakerBot before the first failure. I call it success.
I broke the last one and needed a test print so here he is. The orange roctopus.
I picked these two up from Ali Express to monitor my room temperature and the temperature inside the enclosure. Without the enclosure the temperature was about 13C in winter but the enclosure warmed up to about 25C.
Lulzbot Taz 5 and MakerBot mini with my notebook and Raspberry Pi running OctoPrint
This is is a nice login screen:
This is not:
And why did I need to login again?
Shouldn’t this be a showcase for what you want developers to aspire to?