Challenges will only be available from 12 noon (Sydney time) 7 May 2014 to 12 noon 8 May 2014 -? no further responses may be submitted after this time.
Access this site is via: HTTPS://scoring. Supercharging. Com. AU/ The specific logon for your team is: Scoring Surname: deal Scoring Password: bioinformatics 3.
Accessing the Challenge IIRC The IIRC server will allow teams to communicate with the exercise control NC he Tellers infrastructure team, in the event that they are having issues.Teams can connect to the server through the web interface provided at: http://IIRC. Supercharging. Com. AU Teams may request direct IIRC client access to the IIRC server by submitting a request (see Support below) with your IIRC nickname, full name, institutions name and IP address you will be connecting from. Teams should review the Mood when connecting to the IIRC server.
Players are free to create their Orr channels for their team. Players are reminded of the terms and conditions when using the IIRC server.The IIRC server has been setup with channels for requesting support: #Supercharging – For general discussions, game announcements and requesting assistance from exercise control. #VPN – For assistance with VPN configuration, routing and game infrastructure.
This server will be available until 10th May 2014. 4. The Challenge Twitter feed – @Consonance The Challenge twitter feed, @Scanner, is the main site for broadcasts to all teams by Exercise Control, particularly during the 24-hour competition. It will be used for: C Providing up to date information to teams during the eventUpdating all teams’ scores Following each team’s progress This twitter feed will be in operation before, during and after the competition 5.
Support Prior to the competition, university representatives and teams may email general queries or comments to: [email protected] Com. AU During the game, to contact Exercise Control or the Challenge administrators participants may use IIRC (see above).