Contests Results Interface
The task is to develop a web interface that displays the results of contests in the form of a resulting table, so that anyone can check the transparency of payments.
Contest entry period:
March 1, 11:59 PM UTC - March 14, 23:59 PM UTC.
- The web interface must support at least two ranking logics - the standard contest logic (by points) and the Yes / No logic (as in the Jury Selection contest).
- The code of the solution must be open-source.
- The interface should have the following functions: displaying a list of jury and participants and their rewards, sorting by score / submission number, interface to setting up prizes manually, the ability to export to excel.
- The ability to export the results in the form of a “wallet-reward” table to facilitate the process of paying out prizes by SubGovernance.
An example of a similar table - Link
Evaluation criteria and winning conditions:
● The interface should be simple and easy-to-use for an ordinary user.
● All sources must be open-source. Otherwise, the application will be rejected.
● The ability to integrate into existing voting interfaces.
●The visual and functional components of the interface will be evaluated.
Only submissions that receives average score 5 and above will get a chance to get prizes for participation.
1st prize…………………………………………… 20,000 Tons
2nd prize…………………………………………… 15,000 Tons
3rd prize…………………………………………… 10,000 Tons
Runners up from 4th to 10th place ……………… 3,000 Tons
Note: If the number of winning submissions is less than the number of rewards available, any remaining rewards are not subject to distribution and are considered void.
- The juror must have a solid understanding of the described subject in order to provide a score and feedback. If not, the juror should choose to “Abstain”.
- Jurors or whose team(s) intend to participate in this contest by providing submissions lose their right to vote in this contest.
- Each juror will vote by rating each submission on a scale of 1 to 10 or can choose to reject it if it does not meet requirements or vote “Abstain” if they feel unqualified to judge.
- Jurors must provide feedback on submissions or lose their reward.
- The Jury will reject duplicate, sub-par, incomplete, or inappropriate submissions.
- The number of days for jury voting is hereby set at X days
An amount equal to 15% of the sum total of all total tokens awarded to contest winners will be distributed among jurors who vote and provide feedback. This percentage will be awarded on the following basis:
- The percentage of tokens awarded to the jury will be distributed based on the number of votes each juror casts. For example, if one juror votes 20 times and another juror votes 5 times, the juror who votes 20 times will get 4 times more tokens than the juror who votes 5 times.
- Feedback is mandatory in order to collect any rewards.
Accessibility. All submissions must be accessible for the jury to open and view, so please double-check your submission. If the submission is inaccessible or does not fit the criteria described, jurors may reject the submission.
Timing. Contestants must submit their work before the closing of the filing of applications. If not submitted on time, the submission will not count.
Content. Please submit in PDF format. If all or a portion of the original content cannot be in the form of a PDF, simply submit a PDF with links to that original content. Such links must be to files that cannot be edited after this contest is in the voting phase. If the file links are editable after voting, the jury can reject your submission. This is CRUCIAL!
Contact. Each submission must have an identifiable contact that can be matched with your description. If you have not provided a forum description for discussion, then your application should contain links to your online persona, for example, a Telegram ID (preferred) or other direct contact information that can confirm that the submitted work is yours. In the absence of confirmation by the contestant of the authorship of the submitted work, the submission is rejected.
- Each contestant has the right to provide several submissions if they are all different from one another. If they are too similar, or in any way appear to be partially the same work done twice, or if they appear to be one whole body of work divided into parts to create several submissions, jurors have the right to reject such submissions.
- If the contestant wants to make an additional submission to replace a previously published submission, the contestant must inform the jury about this fact and indicate which submission is the one to be judged. In this case, only the indicated work will count. If the contestant fails to indicate which submission to judge, only the first submission made will count. The Jury will reject all others.
Estimated budget: 66000 + 0,15*66000 = 75900 TONs