Edit:Results on message 10 in this thread
As discussed in this thread:
I am running the Best Reviews competition for the second time (the last time was in 2018).
This is sort of an experiment, so if things go terribly wrong I’ll probably not try it again. But hopefully, it works out well.
There are two categories to vote in:
This is for reviewers who you feel did a great job on review coverage, meaning they either did many good reviews or helped review lesser-played games.
Scores are assigned from 1-10. You do not need to vote for each reviewer. Scores will be computed via the Bayesian method, meaning that several ‘okay’ scores are better than one score of 10.
Google form for Best Coverage:
Best Individual Reviews
This is for high-quality reviewers who made great in-depth analyses of games. Even having one great review is good enough reason to score someone highly in this category. There is no text entry for which reviews in particular you liked, but you can add that if you like in the comments at the bottom.
Scores are calculated similarly.
Google form for Best Individual Reviews:
I hope this goes well. Feel free to add to the comments any positive things you want me to pass on. Reviewers can vote for each other but not for themselves. If someone would lose because they voted for someone else, I’ll reverse that vote, unless we get a Gift of the Magi situation where two reviewers make each other win, in which case I’ll add a special prize for both.