Weekly Top of Utopian.io: June 28 - July 4

in utopian-io •  4 months ago

The Weekly Top of Utopian showcases Staff Picks from contributions made in the past week, hand-selected by our Community Managers from across all Utopian.io categories.


Staff Picks

This week we feature outstanding bug reports, tutorials, and efforts in analysing payout changes in HF20, among others. These are just some of the best contributions our Community Managers spotted on Utopian.io during the week.

SteemPlus [2.17.6] - Multiple instances of following indication being provided to user upon multiple author name clicks by @tobias-g [bug-hunting]

Credits: @steem-plus

As always, @tobias-g shows his generous knowledge and skills in his posts, serving as an example to other contributors. In this post, he details the discovery of a bug in the project in which he found multiple ajax calls appended to the UI that were getting triggered in the project. He then proposed and included a simple fix and submitted it as a GitHub pull request.

Total payout: 50.15 STU
Number of votes: 18

Busy.org Bug: Post with no json_metadata crashes the whole page by @jrawsthorne [bug-hunting]

Credits: @sndbox CC BY-NC-ND

This bug report by @jrawsthorne details an issue with busy.org: Any post without any json_metadata included will crash the renderer and result in a blank page displayed on busy.org. The report was written to be easily understandable and even proposed an ideal solution for this bug.

Total payout: 49.80 STU
Number of votes: 16

Writing an asynchronous STEEM web-app in Python with asyncsteem by @mattockfs [tutorials]

A fantastically written and well-illustrated tutorial showcasing the use of asyncsteem Python Steem library along Twisted framework, and eventually rendering the outcome of an asynchronous networking web-service via VisJS.

Total payout: 32.30 STU
Number of votes: 28

Tutorial: Building a web app with React, Redux, and the Steem Javascript API, PART 3 by @nicknyr [tutorials]

@nicknyr is a regular contributor, whose contributions are often staff-picked. This post is another beautifully written tutorial, an installment in his series on utilizing React and Redux with STEEM, how to properly use json-query for simpler interaction with JSON data, and includes an overview of Redux actions and reducers.

Total payout: 97.53 STU
Number of votes: 70

Godot Vertex Shader Documentation by @clayjohn [documentation]

@clayjohn is one of the contributors who has shown consistent improvement in his contribution, and this contribution, the result of his hard work, is worthy for a lot of praise.

Total payout: 114.40 STU
Number of votes: 92

My Design - Character Logo for Anole: A Chrome Extension by @naufal [graphics]

This contribution by @naufal shows thought and creativity in constructing this symbol. He used only circles and achieved really well balanced and compact shape. The typography chosen, with its rounded letters, fits the symbol perfectly. The presentation in the post shows every step of its creation, and all possible variants in clean and professional manner.

Total payout: 1.28 STU (not voted yet)
Number of votes: 30

HF20 Exploratory Data Analysis on Proposed PayOut Changes by @paulag [analysis]

Paula is a frequent contributor, and this exploratory analysis has generated a healthy discussion on how HF 20 will affect payouts in relation to the reverse auction time being reduced. It is one of the most commented on ‘Analysis’ contributions in the past few months.

Total payout: 190.56 STU
Number of votes: 99


Utopian.io Post Statistics

The staff picked contributions are only a small (but exceptional) example of the mass of contributions reviewed and rewarded by Utopian.io.

  • Overall, the last week saw a total of 194 posts, with 143 of them rewarded through an upvote by @utopian-io.
  • In total, Utopian.io distributed an approximate of 8120.74 STU to contributors.
  • The highest payout seen on any Utopian.io contribution this week was 327.674 STU, with a total of 64 votes received from the community.
  • The contribution that attracted the most engagement was HF20 Exploratory Data Analysis on Proposed PayOut Changes, with no less than 64 comments in its comment threads.
  • The average vote given by Utopian.io was worth 56.79 STU.

Category Statistics

CategoryReviewedRewardedTotal rewardsTop contributor
development40363229.71 STU@techtek
tutorials2212562.27 STU@leczy
translations22171218.86 STU@filippocrypto
bug-hunting5037663.38 STU@sourovafrin
copywriting22102.49 STU@olayhemy
blog87510.87 STU@irelandscape
graphics29201255.27 STU@tobaloidee
ideas8270.19 STU@zoneboy
analysis54342.23 STU@paulag
video-tutorials115.71 STU@alexendre-maxim
documentation11114.16 STU@clayjohn


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Thank you for the great picks! Development category continues to soar ... but why no staff picks on development?

Thanks for another staff pick!

Grats @naufal. I agree with the @utopian-io staff. Your proposal on my Task Request for Anole Chrome Extension showed high quality research and excellent forethought.

My colleague and I only thought it didn't quite resemble the requested species of lizard...nevertheless overall it's very strong work and a tough decision.

I hope you'll consider several other task requests I'll have in the near future. It'd be great to work with you soon.

The latest I'm working on is this one, and while I chose to do the graphics myself it definitely shows. I am no designer :)

dstillr — chrome extension, spam blocker for the Steemit wallet

I will also be posting in #task-documentation. Another area will I need lots of help.


Its okay, sorry if my work does not match what you want, but I have done my best. I'll will definitely join on your next task. :)