1. Ram Chandra Giri 2. Chirag Bhansali 3. Creatico 4. Péter Gyöngyik
I can't even dream of this.
18 approved so far.... BTW Only four Creator Masters(?)
6 approved many declined well, it takes a long time .....
@Krishna It's an official bot, right? So we make 5 here :)
@Agus: 150 approved 200+(just keeps on increasing) declined
Only 5 approved
2 Approved 26 Declined 😅😅😅 can't count how many in Pending
What about SoloLearn?
1 approved 15 declined 9 pending
34 approved... 102 declined... 4 pending... I won't get that badge for sure.
I have 100+ pending too
@Dayve : Well, Sololearn is also a Creator Master.
Today more than 25 quizzes of mine were declined. The reason stated was that too many similar questions already exist. I wonder why 4 questions exist for commenting a tag in HTML. I have also noticed that most of the questions declined for this reason never appear again.
8 approved 30 pending 20 declined veryhard -__-
3 Approved 3 pending 5 declined 😅😅
@@bayoishola : Some of those are special case based questions and they got declined due to community downvotes. Some got declined saying they were out of scope as they are based on concepts not covered in courses. I think resubmission won't help in such cases.
@Krishna, in that case, it's indeed unnecessary to re-submit.
@Krisha, the ratio of your declined quiz is huge. Do you attempt re-submitting after taking heed of the reason for your quiz decline?
4 approved 2 declined (used to be more, but I deleted some) 29 pending At this rate I'm not getting that creator master badge before the singularity. Recent post on topic: https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/378292
I think since PLs evolve rapidly there should also be a review of not only challenge questions but also course content so that those who have already finished them can also learn more concepts. The questions SoloLearn receive should be like feedback on what people in this time and age need to learn, and if there are similar questions i believe it won't hurt to replace those questions that have become worn out from being answered a million times with the one they decline.