Official Notes all aroundIn the last few days a slew of projects got their 1k review. No projects were rejected at this point. This leaves the Female Minifigure Set as the most supported current project with no Official Lego comment.
"How to Train Your Dragon" deletedIt has been a long time since a project in the post 200 count has been deleted but it did happen this week. According to comments posted by the project creator "Stormbringer" the project was deleted because supporters complained about the new models that were replacing the originals posted.
Projects have been deleted for changing the content before, famously ARAKN3 after divorcing itself from Ghost in the Shell. But to my knowledge no project has ever been deleted/archived for altering the project while maintaining the IP.
Approaching 1k MilestoneThe UCS All Terrain Armoured Transport and Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grandsport both crossed the 1k mark in the last week. The Rhinoceros, which has been slowly climbing to 1k, got a boost from "modern art" week on the Lego Cuusoo Facebook page.
A note on the Lego Pokemon project for pokemon fans: Kevinhink, the project creator, is accepting votes on the last two pokemon that will be added to the project. Voting for one of those two will end when the project reaches 1k.
Support Level: 997
Support Level: 976
Support Level: 976
Deadline ReviewThe next review is March 3rd, 2012. That is 80 days from today. The Exo Suit is keeping a good pace. Although I will wait one more week before posting my "official" numbers on the Shuttle Crawler, as predicted it is slowing down considerably and its current rate would put it outside the 80 day deadline.
Do you want to speed a project up?As Purdue proved, projects can get to 10k much faster than what is shown here. Projects need active fans to accelerate or even keep pace. This link has many examples of how fans can help out their favorite projects.
Days to 10K
Not on the List? First, I tend to cut off projects after a certain day count, usually 10k. Additionally, I only monitor projects that have at least 200. Projects less than that are a little too volatile for proper assessment. Finally, I track several weeks worth of data to get these numbers, so you might not show up until your project has been post 200 for a few weeks.