Nicole Alderman wrote:If there's a Badge Bit thread on felling a tree, you add it there. If there's not, I'd post to the appropriate badge page (the woodland one, right?)
Dillon Nichols wrote:
Digging holes specifically to get a badge strikes me as not very permie... perhap the site does not need holes. Perhaps it needs a ditch, or a foundation, or one enormous hole... I've got a few tens of hours in my excavator so far and have never yet operated it while other people are available as it's a one person job...
Perhaps some more flexibility in this scheme would be beneficial?
google wrote:The number of students projected to attend American colleges and universities in fall 2018 is 19.9 million
paul wheaton wrote:A formal PEP1 program would last 2 weeks (~80 hours). Completing the PEP1 program requires 16 sand badges.
I'm wondering if the number of badges has changed for PEP1, or if you pick and choose your badges. I count 28 possible badges.
Shawn Klassen-Koop wrote:There are a few threads in this forum that may look like badges but they are from brainstorming a few years ago and are not actually a part of the PEP program. Is that maybe how you got 28?
paul wheaton wrote:
What do we call that badge?
The "supreme innovator" badge?
Ann Soco wrote:I am glad I found this page because it answered a bunch of my questions. I do not know how I reached it because I did a bunch of searches and it did not show up. Then my computer did a strange "jump" and I was at this page. I do not know if the search fairies will be able to help me again.
The SKIP book says that at permies.com there are webpages for each of the sections that list the badges and badge bits but I cannot find this from the home page. Even clicking on "education", which seems like the intuitive route, does not lead to the webpages. Typing the names in the search bar yields many, sometimes conflicting pages.
Mike Haasl wrote:Hi Ann, the link I use to get into all the badges the quickest is this one: https://permies.com/f/178/
At the top (at least on desktop view) are icons for each badge that you can click on to drill down into each badge.
Ann Soco wrote:The book says the requirements for the badges are subject to change. So how do I tell the most current requirements?