That's right. It's back and better than ever even though nothing has changed. I'm assuming everyone remembers the rules, but if not, here they are.
Yes, this is very much what you think it is (except for a few differences here and there). The rules are simple -
- No real limit to how long it is (But try to keep it under 10 minutes)
- Try to keep the tricks realistic
- Edits are to be uploaded on here (Newschoolers), YouTube, Vimeo and/or any other websites that allow embedding
- Edits are to be due by 9:00 PM Central Time this upcoming Sunday (Next Sunday) (If it becomes to short of a deadline for everyone, I will move it to a later date)
- Everyone who wants to compete will say if they want to on here and then say the country/continent they want to represent. The first 5 people that choose a certain country will be the team representing that country. Nobody can join after 10 people. For Example: I, and the first 4 other people that choose "Sweden" for example will be the team for Sweden.
- Each member of a team will come out with a different edit than the rest of their team. For Example: I will not collaborate with my team member to create an edit, I will create my own and so will he/she. Therefore, each team will have 5 different edits that will be judged by the first 7 people that want to judge.
- The first 10 people that want to judge will be the judges. No one after that.
- Edits will be judged on a scale from 1-10 (very simple, but should work).
- The Judge's score for each edit will be averaged out to be one final score.
- The teams will be all of the regular teams of the JOSS. America, Down Under, Sweden, etc.
- Have Fun!
If more rules are needed, I'll add 'em. Let me know if I need any more rules.
I'd like more participants that last time if that's possible.
I'll post some of the edits from the previous comp on here after I post this so everyone can get an idea of what it should look like.