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Quoting Aidan Moon
I'm not sure how we are going to judge, so if anyone has any ideas, they are welcome.

Here is a good simple judging system.

#1: All entries are submitted and the judges see them all.
#2: One of the admins makes a scores conversation and locks it.
#3: All admins post their scores in the scores conversation. The way the admins judge is by giving a max of 10 points. Each judge gives each entry points 1-5 for a creative idea and 1-5 for the way they carried out the idea.
#4: After all judges have submitted their scores for all the entries. The head judge adds all the scores for each contestant together and finds the average.
#5: The head judge posts the final scores in the scores conversation and says congrats to all the contestants.

I hope that was easy to understand. Its a really simple process when you think about it.
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