Originally Posted by Vince RnQ
If judges were to be tracked, they might get some feedback on their performance. You know, kind of like the way the judges give cooks feedback on their performance.
Cooks use the constructive feedback they get from judges to improve the quality of their cooking so it would stand to reason that judges could use the constructive feedback they get from tracking to improve the quality of their judging.
So, tell me, how is this a bad thing?
I assume you are directing this to me. I really thought I did explain it.
The question is calibration vs. Systemic bounding.
Do you really think that judge 6 does not know what they are doing?