This was a jury selection contest where in order to be accepted as a juror, the score was to simply be “yes” or “no”. Because no yes/no functionality exists, and because the only voting options are a score of 1 to 10, reject or abstain, the proper scoring of this contest should have been reject = no, any score = yes. Unfortunately, the current voting requirements state that scores will determine winners instead of a yes/no system, which is incorrect.
For the “#1 Analytics & Support Jury Selection” contest, as well as any future contest where the score should be based on a yes/no principle, any score from 1 to 10 means YES. Any score of reject means NO. 50% + 1 total votes from all who are scoring are necessary to pass the minimal acceptance threshold.