I completed my last task early this morning in the GBG games. Whew! I was able to get quite a bit completed – though I would like to have done more. I think this has challenged many of us in the genea-blogging world the last two weeks. Thanks to Thomas MacEntee, Miriam Robbins Midkiff and Kathryn M. Doyle for being the administrators for these games as well as the Genea-Bloggers Group on Facebook. You all really keep us on our toes and make us strive to research deeper, keep proper documentation, stay organized, remember to keep back-ups of our information, and to write what we know. Thank you!
So without further ado – these are my final stats:
1. Go Back and Cite Your Sources – completed over 50 citations using John Wiley’s “How to Cite Sources”. Platinum Medal
2. Back up Your Data – didn’t complete.
3. Organize Your Research:
B) More than 20 – complete
D) More than 20 – complete
E) Created at least 20 new entries in the database; scanned over 20 photos – Complete
F) Didn’t complete
Three Tasks – Gold Medal
4. Write! Write! Write!
A) Wrote a Summary of my blog
B) Participated in several of these
C) Prepared at least 3 items in draft mode and published later.
D) Wrote a Bio of my ancestor (finished today!)
E) Didn’t do
Completed 4 Tasks – Diamond Medal
5. Reach Out and Perform Genealogical Acts of Kindness
A) Commented on several new (to me) blogs
B) Joined more than 5 new blog networks
C) Sent an invitation to another genealogist to join Facebook
D) Didn’t do
E) Indexed gravesites for Find-a-Grave (over 20)
F) Didn’t do
4 Tasks Complete – Diamond Medal
Congratulations to all the participants and to all those who won any level of medals!