Voting

We want this compo as fair as possible. Therefor we have a jury and public votes. 

How to vote 

Voting can be a very difficult task. Giving stars seems most appropriate to me, as it is similar to marks in school. 

  • You can give 1 to 5 stars.
  • 5 stars is the best possible vote. You can give it to a few or many entries.
  • No stars, means no voting.
  • Vote for all entries. But:
  • Do not vote for yourself (leave your own entry empty)
  • Stars:
    • 1 star is the worst entry. As everybody did his/her best, you should give this vote only, if you think that this entry is not worth being an entry. 1 star could be seen as equivalent of an F in school (failure /"not enough"). In short: avoid this vote.
    • 2 stars for pictures which could be improved  (so so)
    • 3 stars for average pictures (OK)
    • 4 stars for pictures good pictures (you like)
    • 5 stars for pictures very good pictures (you love)
  • When voting consider several factors:
    • Use of characters
    • Use of colors
    • Effort and complexity
    • Idea / fun / message
    • Uniqueness (vs copy, conversion, ..)
    • Novelty
    • Style
    • Shapes within the painting (squares are easier to paint than circles or other more complex objects)

Public voting

  • Please refer to the "How to vote".
  • Do not vote for yourself.
  • Your votes are private. They will not be published.
  • Voting is not anonymous to the organizers though. You don't need to be ashamed of your taste, do you?
  • So if you read until here, feel free to vote using this form.

Jury

Our international jury consists of following people:

  • Stefan Vogt is the creator of many text adventures like Hibernated and The Curse of Rabenstein. Moreover he is an expert in ANSI/ASCII. For example he took part in the development of ansilove
  • Wolfgang Bochar (wbochar): Made BBS GFX for C64 (PETSCII), Amiga and PC(ANSI). Programmed/GFX for Trogue64 a roguelike for the C64, designed and patched various BBS door's in the day and ran various BBS's (on c64, PC). Classically trained artist and still active in the scene. 
  • Alex Panchen (The Enemy): Expert for games and graphican on the C64. Former member of a famous group, now leading his own group. Used to own an Atari back in the day and is still a fan of it.
  • Daniel Koźmiński:  Atari coder and administrator of the polish Atari Area forum
  • Krzysztof Ziembik: Atari activist, administrator of polish Atari webpage atarionline.pl