WCA Regulations - July 2015
WCA Regulations - July 2015

A new version of the Regulations and Guidelines is going into effect July 1, 2015. The scramble program will be updated soon to accommodate these changes.
The current Regulations are always available from https://www.worldcubeassociation.org/regulations/
For an exact list of changes from 2014 to 2015, view differences on GitHub.
Summary of changes:

Stickerless puzzles are permitted. (#177 | 580ea35, a4e289c)
Competitors may be given tentative extra attempts during incidents with an unclear outcome. (#245 | dd7527e)
A recommended standard procedure for giving extra attempts is described. (#228 | 45cf5a5)
Competitors may DNS an individually scheduled attempt and still be eligible for future attempts. (#263 | 3711345)
Competitors must not compete with the intent of intentionally poor results or a DNF. (#203, #225 | ba0308c)
Newer competitors may be given an extra attempt for their inexperience in a competition. This only allows a full extra attempt, and does not allow ignoring individual penalties. (#251 | 65c3e7e)
Organizers may enforce the use of an object to prevent a Square-1 from being altered in transport to the timing station. If used, competitors must remove this object during inspection, and the organization team must make it clear that such a tab is being used. (#192 | 3dc5d83, 1946e9a)
It has been explicitly clarified that the Board has the ability to modify results when the WCA Regulations have not been observed. (#262 | 5b002e0)
O-rings and padded battery compartments for timers are strongly recommended. (#235, #243 | 67ab825)
Competitors must not reset the timer until the end of the attempt, and it has been explicitly clarified that judges must not write down times from memory. (#206, #218, #222, #230 | e5a4879)
Competitors are allowed to use a clock during FMC to keep track of time. (#217 | afea552)
It has been explicitly clarified that competitors don’t need to turn in their solution on an FMC sheet (#215 | a0382d7).
The organization team may require stronger measures to ensure correct scrambles. (#214 | 9d7c310)
Pyraminx must require at least 6 moves to solve (rather than 7), matching the number of moves in the current Pyraminx world record solution. (#213 | 49c8503)
Cameras are explicitly permitted as long as the competitor is not interacting with them (#178 | c24c70d, 04cdc58, 8699359).
It has been explicitly clarified that not resetting the timer before an attempt is the judge’s fault, and results in an extra attempt. (#260 | 52a4a03)
The starting orientation of the clock does not specify a certain side of the clock for scrambling. (#269 | 3cd54d8)
Using video evidence to recover a time that a competitor reset is not allowed. (#270 | 718f5a0)

Endlich steht was über die Reihenfolge von Extra Attempts in den Regel: https://github.com/cubing/wca-documents/...2579d832bd
Sprich man macht jetzt alle seine regulären solves fertig und dann erst den extra. Das wurde ja in Deutschland bis jetzt meistens anders gehandhabt.
Zu der Änderung:
Competitors may be given tentative extra attempts during incidents with an unclear outcome. (#245 | dd7527e).

Wird dieser vorläufige Versuch irgendwie in die offiziellen Results aufgenommen, damit im nachhinein bei Klärung zum Beispiel per Beweisvideo der Extra gewertet werden kann oder ist das eher dafür gedacht, dass der Delegate nach der Runde mit dem Teilnehmer/Judge reden kann und dann selbst entscheidet?

Feet made me sad ):

Zitat:11e3) If it is unclear whether an incident should result in an extra attempt, the competitor may be given a tentative extra attempt that will be used only if it is later found that an extra attempt was appropriate (e.g. by a decision of the WCA Board).
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