Performing various works for the Free TON Wiki and its development, including (but not limited to): content creation, translation, moderation, review editing, user support services, news-making, improvement service, technical support, administrative support.
Contest entry period
10.02.2021 00:00 UTC – 28.02.2021 23:59 UTC
Creation of additional value for the Free TON Wiki and development of this encyclopedia to better meet the needs of the Free TON community and help a wide range of users and developers.
Evaluation criteria and winning conditions
The contestant must write in the submission the completed work for the Free TON Wiki.
The list of work performed should be listed in the table made according to the template below (example):
The following types of work are acceptable:
- Content creation
- Chief editing
- Review editing
- Team support
- News making
- Improvement service
- Tech support
- Administrative support
You can write a different type of work, but the jury will consider such a submission especially carefully, and may reject this submission. Use one of the items on this list unless you have a compelling reason to do otherwise.
If the submission contains a URL linking to Wiki material (hereinafter - Wiki URL) with the type of work “Content creation” or “Translation”, then the submission must contain no more than 1 (one) Wiki URL, otherwise the submission will be rejected.
If the contestant submits multiple copyrighted materials with the “Content creation” or “Translation” work type, then he/she should submit a separate submission for each material, following the principle of “One submission - One Wiki URL”.
Contestants whose works do not contain a Wiki URL (for example, team tasks) may submit only one submission with a list of all their works.
Contestants whose entries are mixed and contain different types of entries with and without Wiki URLs are strongly encouraged to split their entry into parts and submit these entry types separately for the contest.
Recommendations for contestants
These guidelines are applicable to contestants who submit for the “Content creation” or “Translation” work type. These recommendations are optional, however, failure to follow them may deprive the contestant of reward.
Submit your submission as soon as your work is ready and don’t delay until the contest deadline. Submit your submission no later than 5 days before the end of the contest. If you ignore this, your submission may be rejected.
Only translate articles that are approved for translation. If you ignore this, your submission may be rejected.
Pay close attention to the results of the preliminary verification of work and correct the submitted material according to the comments. If you ignore this, your submission may be rejected.
If your work received correction advice after a preliminary review, you are strongly encouraged to correct the material to avoid rejection of your submission, and to request a re-review while the contest is in progress and/or send a corrected submission if the Wiki URL has changed in your work. Submit corrected submissions no later than 48 hours before the end of the contest. If you ignore this, your submission may be rejected.
For contestants who send submissions with other types of work (do not contain a Wiki URL), the recommendations in this section are not applicable.
Each contestant can claim the sum of the award not more than 5000 Tons in all submissions in total. If this amount is exceeded, the jury will reject all or part of the contestant’s submissions so that the total reward of the participant in this contest does not exceed the specified limit.
The actual reward will range from 0 to your claimed Tons, inclusive, depending on the quality of your work and the final jury score. Rejected submissions will not receive any reward.
Voting procedure and requirements for the jury
Each of the Free TON Wiki jurors can vote for any submission.
Each juror will vote on a scale of 1…10 for each submission, or may reject it if it does not meet the contest requirements, or may abstain from voting if it believes that it does not have the right to judge.
The judge must reject a submission if it does not meet the mandatory requirements of the contest. If a judge has given a mark or abstained from a submission that should have been rejected, the judge will not be paid for that vote.
The judge has the right (but not the obligation) to reject the submission if the contestant ignored the recommendations for the contestants. In this case, the judge must explain in his feedback which recommendation was ignored by the contestants.
The judge must provide feedback for each submission. This should be meaningful and disclosed feedback that leaves no doubt that the judge has studied the submission. Duplicate feedback is not allowed.
A vote for a submission for which a meaningless or shorter than 3 words feedback was provided to the judge will not be paid for that vote.
If the judge provided 3 or more duplicate feedbacks to different submissions, then all these votes will not be paid to the judge.
If a judge has provided 5 or more duplicate feedbacks to different submissions, then the judge will not receive any reward for this contest.
The judge must reject duplicate, incomplete, spam or non-compliant submissions. If a judge has given a mark or abstained from a submission that should have been rejected, the judge will not be paid for that vote.
The amount of 4000 Tons will be evenly distributed among all judges’ votes that are payable and meet the requirements above.
The jury rewards are NOT subject to change through the Fair Reward Ratio (FRR).
Procedural reminders and conditions
It is forbidden to submit work from other accounts (including other contestants) in order to circumvent the restrictions of the contest. If this is found, then all submissions in violation of the rules will be rejected.
Contestants must correctly upload their submission to the contest (in PDF format) in order for the jury to view it. If the submission is inaccessible or does not fit the criteria described, the submission will be rejected.
Contestants must submit their work before the closing of the filing of submissions. If not submitted on time, the submission will not count.
All submissions must contain the contestant’s online ID, preferably a Telegram ID by which jurors can verify that the submission belongs to the individual who submitted it. If not, the submission will be rejected.
The content published in the forum and in the provided PDF file should not differ, except for formatting, otherwise, the submission will be rejected.
If your submission has links to the work performed, the content of those links must have the contestant’s online ID, preferably a Telegram ID so jurors can match it and verify who the work belongs to. If not, the submission will be rejected.