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Hello everyone! We had a blast doing this contest and we are so happy to see the response of the community. We had 93 article entries and they were all increidible and, although it wasn't possible, we would've loved to put them all in the magazine. So before we say anything else we just want to give a huge shout-out to all participants, we really enjoyed reading through all of the articles and we encourage you to do so, too, by visiting this thread. You won't regret it. Yesterday we closed the poll of the contest and we contacted all winners to let them know they were chosen by t
Hello everyone! Do you remember the Bug Hunting Contest we made for the pre-release of Kerbal Space Program: Loud and Clear? In case you forgot, it consisted of participants making quality bug reports on the pre-release project on the KSP’s Bug Tracker. The QA team would then nominate some 'bug report finalists' based on the relevance of the bug and quality of the report, and the winners were able to add a name to a kerbal or waypoint random name generator. Finally, during the 1.2 launch party that we celebrated on KSPTV with DasValdez, the Ultimate Bug Hunter was announc
Hello everyone! We have new winners for the Bug Hunting contest: @LameLefty http://bugs.kerbalspaceprogram.com/issues/12243 - a great spot, since it only affects one gender! LameLefty decided to add the name "Lefty Kerman" to the Kerbal name generator, so a lucky kerbal will be named after his find! @Newnard http://bugs.kerbalspaceprogram.com/issues/12130 - Very detailed report and a great example of how to make one! Newnard de4cided to add the name "Serenity Valley" in the Waypoint generator. The third winner is a user with mjn as his bugtracker name http://