Challenge choices and judging

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Challenge 2 - KILT related
#### Track J - Only for judges and mentors!
This track is an optional one for the judges and mentors. They are in their position for a good reason, so will they show-off their 1337 coding skills? What would they do in 24 hours while the players are competing? ... We will see :)
### Choosing challenges and deliveries
Playing teams will need to choose one challenge as their main one. Additionally, they also need to choose at least one from the other track and create a proposal for improving the projects.
Overall, three things need to be delivered by the teams: the main challenge solution, a proposal for the second challenge, and a proposal for the third challenge.
The teams need to initialize a git project on or when the 24 hours start and commit all their development there. Commits after the finish of the end of the 24 hours won't be accepted.
### Judging criteria
Judges will score each team's project based on the following criteria:
- Idea, ecosystem fit
- Is it a realistic project and would it be useful for the ecosystem?
- Logic flow and topology
- Is the logic flow of the program well thought out?
- If this is a proof of concept, did the team think about making the flow better?
- Note: drawing a high-level logic topology is not a must, but good to have
- Presented demo and code
- Did the demo work?
- How well-written is the code?
- Note: the code does not need to be long, but working and should be written during the hackathon.
- Libs/StackOverflow/etc parts are fine, but there needs to be original code.
- Sustainability
- If the presented project would get funding, would it be sustainable in the long run?
- Would anyone keep this project running, would it be interesting enough for the community/users?
- Practicality
- When it comes to using the project, would it be practical or burdensome?
- Note: the proof of concept doesn't need to be like that, but knowing that future improvements would make the project practical is important.
- Security Model
- How is the project protected against threats and abuse?
- Second and Third challenge proposal
- Did the team present a realistic idea for the two other tracks?
- Note: don't spend more than an hour as a team on this, but make sure to do it. 5/5 is the maximum score per proposal.
Each criterion has a maximum score of 10 and the judges will decide individually how many scores they vote for the teams. The maximum score a team can get for their main project is 70. After the scores are finalized, they will be presented in the Hall of Fame smart contract.
## Support and feedback for the prequalification
We don't help with solving the challenges, but if something is unclear or you think you've found a bug, we are always open to hear from you.