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0 Minifig Head with Uruk-Hai Scowl and White Hand Pattern (Hollow Stud)
0 Name: 3626cpm0.dat
0 Author: Howard Lande [HowardLande]
0 !LDRAW_ORG Unofficial_Part
0 !LICENSE Redistributable under CCAL version 2.0 : see CAreadme.txt

0 BFC CERTIFY CCW

0 !KEYWORDS Lord of the Rings

Status:
1 'hold' vote. (CCHX)
Size: 784 bytes

Reviewers' certifications:

MMR1988=certify
MagFors=hold
mikeheide=certify
smr=novote

Required (unofficial) subfiles:

parts/s/3626pm0.dat

~Minifig Uruk-Hai Scowl and White Hand Pattern

Certified! (ACCX)

Events

Related (unofficial) files:
(none)

File reviews and updates:

At Tue Oct 23 09:45:05 2012, the file was initially submitted.
Submitted by: HowardLande
Comments:
Renamed as suggested.

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At Sat Oct 27 19:25:26 2012, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: novote
Comments:
How should we handle these new heads?

This pattern is available both printed on 3626b (hollow stud) and 3626c (recessed stud).
This part is currently numbered "3626_c_pb719", but it uses subfile s/3626_b_s02.
IMO, that's an incorrect combination.

6006387 points to 10756, that points to this file, 3626cbp719, but is 10756 a 3626b or a 3626c?

Should we make both, 3626b???.dat and 3626c???.dat?

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At Sat Oct 27 19:45:03 2012, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: HowardLande
Comments:
Corrected as requested. 3626c... uses 3626cs02. 3626b... uses 3626bs02. 10756 points to 3626b... I know only of the version with the hollow stud.

Existing certification-votes were deleted.
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At Sat Oct 27 20:30:05 2012, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: novote
Comments:
If we are going down this road, I think you should subfile the pattern and reuse it in both parts, 3626b and 3626c.

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At Sun Oct 28 12:25:02 2012, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: HowardLande
Comments:
Pattern subfiled as suggested.

Existing certification-votes were deleted.
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At Mon Jan 21 16:50:09 2013, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: hold
Comments:
This, and all associated files, needs renumbering

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At Sat Oct 5 04:52:53 2013 part 'parts/3626cpb719.dat' was renamed to 'parts/3626cpsf.dat'.
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At Sat Oct 5 05:00:05 2013 part 'parts/3626cpsf.dat' was renamed to 'parts/3626cpm0.dat'.
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At Sat Oct 5 05:35:01 2013, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: mikeheide
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.

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At Sat Oct 5 08:55:07 2013, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: hold
Comments:
Now we need to decide how to distinguish the studs.

IMHO
All 3626b-heads have a "Blocked Stud"
All 3626c-heads have a "Hollow Stud"
hence, in this file, the keyword is wrong.

I gave the heads with standard grin pattern names like that:
3626ap01, "Minifig Head with Standard Grin Pattern with Solid Stud"
3626bp01, "Minifig Head with Standard Grin Pattern with Blocked Stud"
3626cp01, "Minifig Head with Standard Grin Pattern with Hollow Stud"

But, if I look at the unpatterned heads I find that:
3626a.dat is "Minifig Head with Solid Stud"
3626b.dat is "Minifig Head with Hollow Stud"
3626c.dat is "Minifig Head with Closed Hollow Stud"

I now think that all new heads could have the stud described as a keyword,
but that would mean that they all have the same description, like these two parts: 3626bpm0 and 3626cpm0.
(I don't think that we must recycle all heads, just to add a keyword)

Personally, I don't mind that, but I would like to see a definitive decision made.


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At Sat Oct 5 12:25:04 2013, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: mikeheide
Certification: certify
Comments:
Good point, but for me this isn't very important.

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At Sat Jan 18 10:15:14 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: smr
Certification: novote
Comments:
I'm just curious - what't the issue with this one?

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At Sat Jan 18 11:20:10 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: novote
Comments:
For the moment it's not clear how we handle the (three) different stud types in the description, if a pattern exist in different head mouldings.

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At Sat Feb 8 16:15:04 2014 a Parts Tracker Admin edited the header.
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At Sat Feb 8 16:20:05 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: mikeheide
Certification: certify
Comments:
Issue about the nameing scheme is solved now.

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At Sat Feb 8 17:00:08 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.


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