I am working on a research project involving FIRST related programs and was wondering if the community could help me out.
For any team that submits chairman’s, which teams have you “started”? This basically means any FRC/FTC teams you have included on your chairman’s submission form/documentation as started and/or any team that meets the offical FIRST requirements for you “starting a team” which can be found on their website (at least I think so).
Edit: people want me to include Vex teams too, so if you started some of those, feel free to include them.
If you can put the team numbers in list form, that would be great, and if you aren’t open to posting this on a public thread, feel free to dm me. The data will be public at the end, once I feel like I have gotten an adequate number of responses.
Not helpful in fast acquisition but I believe every chairman’s paper is publicly published now so you could manually find your own answers. Depending on how papers are published (and your skills), you could significantly reduce the load with some regex text searching.
The official FIRST awards page has a list of all the chairman’s winners with access to their essays. If you want to chat about the teams we started and talk about how we did it for some context quotes for your projects, PM anytime!
FRC 4607 has started numerous teams in FIRST. We have mentored many more - and I can send you all of these in a spreadsheet if you wish. The spreadsheet includes the team number, the team name, years active, awards won (including Alliance Captain, selection, etc), contacts, HAC, and of course how we mentored them. Let me know if you want this info.
As for FRC teams that 4607 has started, here they are:
We have documentation for all teams. Not included are teams that we have mentored. These ‘mentored’ teams are included in our spreadsheet along with all pertinent information.
Let me know if you need more information - Good Luck!
Then 2102 helped start 3128 back in the day, and has claimed some amount of credit for starting 3647 and 5514. I wasn’t around at the time and don’t know how much involvement we really had in that process.