I was thinking - should we have a separate storage place for challenge entries? It would make judging easier, that's for sure.
Two thumbs up! :)
That make the three of us.
Makes four I like the idea.
OK, it seems like something that should be done then.
James, could you do it? Perhaps integrate it with the current file archives.
Sure, I'll set it up withing the next 12 hours.
Sorry guys, it seems I'm failing to deliver! And I hate breaking promises.
You see, I've been preoccupied with upgrading the News, Did You Know…, Featured Article and Featured Command frameworks on the site (and when you "tag" a page, it doesn't show up in the "recent changes", unfortunately). I'm sure you guys are as excited about the new framework as I am (… randomly selected articles/commands/DYKs, how cool!).
Anyway, although it seems to be a straight-forward process (and it is), I'm not sure I should set it up the same as the current archive system. I'm thinking of adding features such as:
- Option to submit code (in parallel with the option to submit programs) for those without calculators/cables etc, etc.;
- Automatically sort into challenge categories;
- A section for reviewer to comment on the program/code.
So it may take a little longer than anticipated. Hopefully it will be done this night.
Once again, I'm sorry for breaking my promise. I hope you guys understand.
I like all those ideas.
I like the idea of commenting on challenge entries, but why limit it to the reviewer? — I think everyone should be able to comment on them.
Anyway, we understand =D Good luck.
Done. It took 29 hours, 17 hours longer than I anticipated.
To submit solutions to the program challenges, just go to the challenge page, then click "more details" of the challenge, and then click on the link to submit. It also utilises the same to-do list as the archives, for easier moderation.
Instead of going with my idea of a section for the reviewer to comment on the solution, I went with Edward H's. Everybody simply comments on the discussion page (which is embeded on each individual solution page).
Very cool! This is pretty slick. Nice job!