During the month of October 2012, 48 community members participated at the Featured Member Contest and became featured for their activity.

The monthly contest highlights the site’s activity and rewards those members that keep the community alive with daily contributions: participating members get their avatar featured and stay highlighted at the homepage until another community member starts contributing and they get "kicked off" from Telecentre-Europe’s "Featured Five at Hall of Fame”

Every month, three of those featured members are awarded with a Gold, Silver and Bronze medal as Top Members and WINNERS (*)of the Featured Members Contest.

Medal winners for the month of October:

Karolina Jasvinaite Vilinius, Lithuania
Published the blogposts New website to encourage more e-services users in Lithuania and “IT for Your Tomorrow”: Let’s motivate young people! which together accumulate more than 150 views and 10 comments. She also published the photo album A few moments from “IT for Your Tomorrow" and pictures from TE's Summit in Warsaw.

Ivan Stojilovic Belgrade, Serbia
Published the blogposts Silver surfers conquer new spaces and ICT in a prison which together accumulate more than 150 views and 7 comments.
Juan Francisco Delgado Granada, Spain
Published the blogposts Workshop on Digital Skills Certifications in Spain Telecentres #CCD12 and The #MarketPlace model in social innovation Telecentres which together accumulated more than 70 views. He also published the video Innycia - Innovation Live (Market Place) and 17 comments on blogposts, videos & photos, shared content 5 times and posted 7 status updates.

Featured Members for the month of October:

Here's the list of reasons why above community members were featured during the month of October 2012:

(*) The ranking is automatically calculated through ning's leaderboard algorithm, taking into account a combination of quantity and quality of the content which boils down to the questions: “How much is the member contributing?" and: "How valuable are his or her contributions?”. We don't know how the algorithm exactly works, but publishing blogposts & events, marking attendance, and getting comments, views & sharescertainly has a lot of weight in the calculation of the ranking.

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