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Contest proposal: Subgovernances efficiency analysis

Contest proposal: Subgovernances efficiency analysis

Short description:

There are 10 approved Subgovernances in Free TON, which already started its activity. There should be ongoing efficiency analysis of their work by the community.

Type:

Contest

Contest entry period:

November 25, 11:59 PM UTC - December 12, 23:59 PM UTC.

Requirements:

  • Efficiency of one or several Subgovernances should be analyzed.
  • Efficiency metrics should be proposed, which could be unified or SG specific.

For example, the following metrics could be used: discussion group(s) size(s) and diversity of members, achievement of planned contests results and diversity of participants, compared efficiency of efficiency.

  • Summary tables should be included.
  • Reference to raw data should be included and methodology of raw data collection should be described.

Evaluation criteria and winning conditions:

● Whether results are transparent and useful for the community.

● Comprehensives of analysis.

● For similar analysis quality the more SGs were covered in a submission the higher rate it should get.

Voting:

● Each of the Global Free TON jurors can vote on submissions. Jurors 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 they can choose to abstain from voting if they feel unqualified to judge.

● Jurors will provide feedback on your submissions

● Duplicate, sub par, incomplete or inappropriate submissions will be rejected.

Reward:

1st prize…………………………………………… 20,000 Tons

2nd prize…………………………………………… 15,000 Tons

3rd prize…………………………………………… 10,000 Tons

Runners up from 4th to10th place ……………… 5,000 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.

Jury rewards:

An amount equal to 5% of the sum total of all total tokens actually awarded will be

distributed equally between all jurors who vote and provide feedback. Both voting and feedback are mandatory in order to collect the reward.

Procedural remarks:

● Participants must upload their work correctly so it can be viewed and accessible in the formats described. If work is inaccessible or does not fit the criteria described, the submission may be rejected by jurors.

● Participants must submit their work before the closing of the filing of applications. If not submitted on time, the submission will not count.

Disclaimer:

Anyone can participate, but Free TON cannot distribute Tons to US citizens or US entities.

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That and your another contest for Jurors analysis seems to me like an one-time measuring, what doesn’t solve the problem. What we will get on output? Just static data. After certain time frame we will need to redo that again and again. Why not to do that in some dynamic way? Let say we unite all truth seekers of community under the flags of SubGov of Investigations and let him do the audit on permanent basis. Of course we should be carefully while rewarding them, just not to force them to “overdo the plan” :slight_smile:

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what for need to make another SubGov of Investigations when Analytics SubGov already exist?
And what’s wrong with “just static data”? Static data show real picture of SubGovs activity.
And by the way dynamic data is a source for static for period)

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Then why not let Analytic Gov carry out that screenings? That fits exactly in that picture.
There is nothing wrong with static data, except that it becomes outdated day by day. To update them, you need to start the procedure again. So a black sheep can creep in between the two screenings.

Why do I need statistics? To see the status of the Sub-gov and make improvements. Isn’t it? As I see it, this is what you need to develop an initial sample of Analytics. This will be the result of the contest.

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Duplicate of functions. Support analytical subgovernance can do that.

Notification on potential submission project. I can professionally do that. 18+ years of experience in goverance and control system diagnostics, 6+ years of work in social (digital) goverance.

That’s where this competition came from. There is no duplication here.

Get to work if you have to!

support and analytic sub-governance should do the analysis by providing questionnaire for the community to vote for the most performed subgovernance instead of contest.

Well, the contest will probably be the best solution for some reason.

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I think this one is best and very important step to analyse our contest achievements.

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The idea is that firstly we should take a look at different analysis and later we can discuss what should be the right process

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This is very reasonable. Then you will get a synergistic result.