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Bob, Joe, Tom - confusing names?

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-<text >At first, many badges will be people-powered in the awards process: 1. Bob creates a badge named &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot;. 2. Tom nominates Bill to be awarded the &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; badge. 3. Bob sees the nomination, decides that Bill is indeed a wrangler of monkeys, and approves Tom&apos;s nomination. 4. Bill sees that he&apos;s eligible to claim the &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; badge, and adds it to his collection. But, as a lazy coder, anything I do more than twice gives me an irresistible urge to write a script. And, as a gamer, I love the little thrill of satisfying the requirements for [an achievement on my Xbox 360][achievement]. [&lt;img src=&quot;img/monkey_achievement.png&quot; style=&quot;display: block; margin: 1em auto 1em auto&quot; /&gt;][a_generator] [a_generator]: http://achievements.schrankmonster.de/ Let&apos;s say that Bob considers a &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; anyone who&apos;s fixed 25 bugs on the new FunkyMonkey JavaScript engine. So, we can build a system that watches bugs and keeps count, and Bob can build this into his badge. Once Bill has met the requirements for Bob&apos;s badge, the nomination and approval happen automatically and goes straight to Bob&apos;s inbox to be claimed. [Mozilla Pulse][pulse] and [LizardFeeder][] are systems that could play a part in this, feeding events into the badge system that could eventually be turned into automated &quot;thank you&quot; badges to contributors. I&apos;m not entirely sure how things in this area will work out, but I&apos;d like to build a system here that allows non-programmers to declare conditions for achievements and monitor those conditions on any web site or service. On the other hand, this could be an area where &quot;Help Wanted&quot; can connect people with badge ideas to people with badge programming skills. [pulse]: http://pulse.mozilla.org/ [achievement]: http://www.xbox.com/en-US/live/engineeringblog/achievements-unlocked.htm [lizardfeeder]: http://feeds.mozilla.com/</text>
+<text >At first, many badges will be people-powered in the awards process: 1. Bob creates a badge named &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot;. 2. Tom nominates Joe to be awarded the &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; badge. 3. Bob sees the nomination, decides that Joe is indeed a wrangler of monkeys, and approves Tom&apos;s nomination. 4. Joe sees that he&apos;s eligible to claim the &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; badge, and adds it to his collection. But, as a lazy coder, anything I do more than twice gives me an irresistible urge to write a script. And, as a gamer, I love the little thrill of satisfying the requirements for [an achievement on my Xbox 360][achievement]. [&lt;img src=&quot;img/monkey_achievement.png&quot; style=&quot;display: block; margin: 1em auto 1em auto&quot; /&gt;][a_generator] [a_generator]: http://achievements.schrankmonster.de/ Let&apos;s say that Bob considers a &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; anyone who&apos;s fixed 25 bugs on the new FunkyMonkey JavaScript engine. So, we can build a system that watches bugs and keeps count, and Bob can build this into his badge. Once Joe has met the requirements for Bob&apos;s badge, the nomination and approval happen automatically and the award goes straight to Joe&apos;s inbox to be claimed. [Mozilla Pulse][pulse] and [LizardFeeder][] are systems that could play a part in this, feeding events into the badge system that could eventually be turned into automated &quot;thank you&quot; badges to contributors. I&apos;m not entirely sure how things in this area will work out, but I&apos;d like to build a system here that allows non-programmers to declare conditions for achievements and monitor those conditions on any web site or service. On the other hand, this could be an area where &quot;Help Wanted&quot; can connect people with badge ideas to people with badge programming skills. [pulse]: http://pulse.mozilla.org/ [achievement]: http://www.xbox.com/en-US/live/engineeringblog/achievements-unlocked.htm [lizardfeeder]: http://feeds.mozilla.com/</text>
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1. Bob creates a badge named &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot;.\par
-2. Tom nominates Bill to be awarded the &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; badge.\par
-3. Bob sees the nomination, decides that Bill is indeed a wrangler of monkeys, and approves Tom&apos;s nomination.\par
-4. Bill sees that he&apos;s eligible to claim the &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; badge, and adds it to his collection.\par
+2. Tom nominates Joe to be awarded the &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; badge.\par
+3. Bob sees the nomination, decides that Joe is indeed a wrangler of monkeys, and approves Tom&apos;s nomination.\par
+4. Joe sees that he&apos;s eligible to claim the &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; badge, and adds it to his collection.\par
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But, as a lazy coder, anything I do more than twice gives me an irresistible urge to write a script. And, as a gamer, I love the little thrill of satisfying the requirements for [an achievement on my Xbox 360][achievement].\par
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[&lt;img src=&quot;img/monkey_achievement.png&quot; style=&quot;display: block; margin: 1em auto 1em auto&quot; /&gt;][a_generator]\par
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-Let&apos;s say that Bob considers a &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; anyone who&apos;s fixed 25 bugs on the new FunkyMonkey JavaScript engine. So, we can build a system that watches bugs and keeps count, and Bob can build this into his badge. Once Bill has met the requirements for Bob&apos;s badge, the nomination and approval happen automatically and goes straight to Bob&apos;s inbox to be claimed.\par
+Let&apos;s say that Bob considers a &quot;Monkey Wrangler&quot; anyone who&apos;s fixed 25 bugs on the new FunkyMonkey JavaScript engine. So, we can build a system that watches bugs and keeps count, and Bob can build this into his badge. Once Joe has met the requirements for Bob&apos;s badge, the nomination and approval happen automatically and the award goes straight to Joe&apos;s inbox to be claimed.\par
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[Mozilla Pulse][pulse] and [LizardFeeder][] are systems that could play a part in this, feeding events into the badge system that could eventually be turned into automated &quot;thank you&quot; badges to contributors.\par
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