Participants discussed the objectivity of the Free TON Wallet as a Chrome extension contest results and mentioned pending issues related to the ZKP contest.
FreeTON Wallet as a Chrome extension contest: voting results
Alex Novikov starts the agenda by announcing the voting results of the Chrome extension wallet contest and notes that not all the judges took part in the voting. The voting results that are currently available do not explain what criteria were used to score. In this regard, the contestants have many questions.
Some of the contestants expressed their desire to join the jury. In this regard, Alex suggests holding another jury contest.
Boris notes that the wallet contest turned out to be too energy-consuming for the judges and that the reward offered to the jury members is not commensurate with the amount of work they have done.
The need to write down the requirements for jury members was voiced as a wish.
Pavel Prigolovko believes that evaluation should be consensual, with the jury acting as a centralized body.
Pavel Prigolovko brought up the issue of the ZKP contest for discussion.
Mikhail Komarov’s team made a list of articles describing the solution, and Pavel asked everyone to read their proposal. Participants agreed to discuss the ZKP contest at the next meetup.