We pause the submission form on April 5, 4:00 p.m. UTC. Until then, and after we reopen it, you can still ask your questions!
But before doing this, you need to know the following:
Remember, we will only reward those questions that 1) meet the entry requirements and 2) pass the validation.
As more questions arise, fewer are now uniqueThis means that they no longer meet the uniqueness requirement. So we wanted to save time for future submitters by sowing some non-unique questions.
We will also provide examples of ineligible questions because QUALITY (one of the requirements) is what determines what the newbies will learn about Free TON. And if we only teach them the basic things that don’t matter, then we won’t achieve the goal.
Simply put – if the answer to your question can be found in the first 3 lines of a Wiki page, don’t submit it. If someone doesn’t have to think at least a little bit to answer, don’t submit it. If you’re just in it for a reward, asking questions like throwing spaghetti at the wall, hoping some of it will stick, don’t submit it. It’s not mean – it’s clear.
There are quite a few questions that do not meet the quality requirements. We give the illustrations below so that you can do it better. AND there are more questions that are interesting, non-trivial, brilliant, and fun to solve. People – go faster! We know you can.