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Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? #277441
02/03/15 11:51 AM
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Last time I checked, maybe December, I could access.
Today I need a US Sailing login id, to access the "current tables".

Can anyone confirm that US Sailing finally put the Portsmouth tables behind their firewall?

I used to be a member, and I think I just found out a reason to join : to actually see the ratings that I race under, when racing in open class.

Jim Casto
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Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: jcasto1] #277442
02/03/15 12:01 PM
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Yup - its paywalled. What would you like to know?


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Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: jcasto1] #277443
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Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: jcasto1] #277444
02/03/15 12:39 PM
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Cool. The Google link I followed the first time clearly asked for username/password.


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Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: jcasto1] #277457
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I'm glad they didn't bury that. While it is a valuable asset (and its existence, not lack of access, should be enough incentive to join: sort of like rule books), it would create huge logistical issues to hide that table.

Mike

Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: brucat] #277466
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I used the link on this site's home page and it opened


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Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: jcasto1] #277468
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And I too tried the link, from tghe CS page- it won't open for me either.


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Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: Todd_Sails] #277469
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Originally Posted by Todd_Sails
And I too tried the link, from tghe CS page- it won't open for me either.


They are on to us Batman! I could access the table Tuesday but not today.

You can get the table from the SailWave download site. It's a CSV file you can load into your spreadsheet of choice or you can just use SailWave.



David Ingram
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Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: David Ingram] #277470
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Originally Posted by David Ingram
Originally Posted by Todd_Sails
And I too tried the link, from tghe CS page- it won't open for me either.


They are on to us Batman! I could access the table Tuesday but not today.

You can get the table from the SailWave download site. It's a CSV file you can load into your spreadsheet of choice or you can just use SailWave.



Good to know. How accurate/recently updated is the table in SailWave?

Mike

Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: David Ingram] #277471
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Originally Posted by David Ingram
Originally Posted by Todd_Sails
And I too tried the link, from tghe CS page- it won't open for me either.


They are on to us Batman! I could access the table Tuesday but not today.

You can get the table from the SailWave download site. It's a CSV file you can load into your spreadsheet of choice or you can just use SailWave.



First...yes, it looks like it's now behind a paywall...I really don't understand that...and second

If that Sailwave table has my name credited to it - it's OLD. I haven't updated that sailwave table in years. The F16 number in that table, in particular, is bad wrong compared to its current rating.

I'll add that to my to-do list but it could be a little while.


Jake Kohl
Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: Jake] #277472
02/05/15 11:52 AM
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oh, yeah....I was working on a simple scoring tool (unfinished) and have them from 2014 in an excel sheet. I'm trying to link it here but the site won't let me. You can download it at the following link (Excel Spreadsheet)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4zrh5410qbsqmp9/2014%20Portsmouth%20Numbers.xlsx?dl=0



Jake Kohl
Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: Jake] #277478
02/05/15 09:10 PM
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It's just the f16 and f20c number but I'm pretty sure we can get that smile

ah ussailing, you still irritate the piss out of me.



David Ingram
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Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: brucat] #277481
02/06/15 06:23 AM
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Originally Posted by brucat
Originally Posted by David Ingram
Originally Posted by Todd_Sails
And I too tried the link, from tghe CS page- it won't open for me either.


They are on to us Batman! I could access the table Tuesday but not today.

You can get the table from the SailWave download site. It's a CSV file you can load into your spreadsheet of choice or you can just use SailWave.



Good to know. How accurate/recently updated is the table in SailWave?

Mike


See my previous post. That table is from 2011 and has some old numbers in it. I'll work on updating that table sometime in the next two weeks.

I'm hoping that the paywall thing is a mistake. Has anyone contacted the Portsmouth Committee?


Jake Kohl
Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: Jake] #277482
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I saw it. Besides the F16 and F20c where there any differences? :-)


David Ingram
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"Excuses are the tools of the weak and incompetent" - Two sista's I overheard in the hall
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Re: Portsmouth tables on US Sailing site? [Re: David Ingram] #277485
02/06/15 07:46 AM
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Originally Posted by David Ingram
I saw it. Besides the F16 and F20c where there any differences? :-)


I haven't heard of any other differences but I haven't analyzed it.


Jake Kohl

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