Amendment: Jury Voting & Reward Mechanics
There are 31 jury members. In order to reject any unqualified contest submission(s), at the moment 50% + 1 of all jurors must vote to reject a submission.
Since not all jury members vote, this means that; for example, if only 10 jurors voted for a rejectable submission, even if all of them voted to reject, the submission is still awarded tokens since the minimum number of votes to reject it are 16 given that 50% +1 of 31 jurors is 16.
At the moment the percentage of tokens awarded to the jury is distributed evenly among all jurors who voted regardless of how many votes they cast; so for example, if one juror voted 5 times but another juror voted 50 times, the reward they each receive is equal.
In order to reject a submission, only 50% + 1 votes are needed to reject from those jurors who actually voted for the contest submission. For example, if only 10 jurors voted for a submission, only 6 need to vote to reject in order for the rejection to pass.
The percentage of tokens awarded to the jury should be distributed unevenly based on the number of votes a juror casts in total. For example, if one juror voted 5 times and another juror voted 50 times, the juror who voted 50 times will get 10 times the amount of tokens from the total distributed than the one who only voted 5 times.