CARDANO MEME CONTEST πŸ†

I wish I could like this one twice

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Thanks buddy!
Have another :slight_smile:
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dive

@SeanAlimov

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Thank you everyone for participating! The MEME contest will no longer accept submissions, but don’t let that discourage you from posting more Cardano MEMES! those are always welcome on this forum.

We have so many great submissions, please give the judges a week to properly go through all of them!

Best, Sean

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Thanks thanks thanks!
I feel confident to say we have (one of the best if not) the best community!

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bon voyage, monsieur Charles
spread CARDANO word

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Edited and still messed up the quotation!

Why we need peer review

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What does this mean, then? We will be waiting another week?
The curiosity is kinda killing me. You should just judge them yourself. Only takes an hour to look through them all. I’d be happy with that. Enough of the rules have already changed that I don’t think people would have much of a problem with that.

It is efficient, but I was hoping to avoid that. For some it may just be a quicker way to loose.

Feel free to start a poll. If enough people prefer I judge the contest instead of a committee, I’ll oblige.

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What exactly is the problem with the current committee?

Lack of drive and initiative

I think a poll is a good idea. It’s an odd time to be bringing in new judges, and we are all familiar with and I am guessing more trusting towards you. So, at least to me, it seems not only fairer but kinda suitable for you to judge it considering it’s pretty much your contest.

But, I do not know how to run a poll on here. lol. So if someone else could, that would be great.

Is there a way for the community to judge the contest through a poll? By popular vote

I can narrow the field to top 10 MEMES (or top 10 user submissions) , if everyone’s agrees on the top 10, then the community can vote

Aww this is my favorite by far :slight_smile:

I have seen this sort of thing on Steemit and it ends more often than not with abusive voting by multiple accounts or people voting for their friends or in return for a cut etc.

All that is needed is a single person with integrity to judge the contest. If you are certain you do not want to do it, then perhaps you know who would be best suited to?

I think it is very important to ensure that the contest is judged in a manner that all are comfortable with though, and that there is no questions raised as to the integrity of the contest. That is, if you are planning to do more contests in future and want the same if not better participation levels.

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I agree, here’s how you build a poll…if enough people want me to judge the contest, I will

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