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Hey Deepak, thanks for the feedback! In terms of viability, please see our updated judging instructions. We're using the Stratum protocol, which gives you credit based on work done, not Bitcoins mined. Sorry for the confusion!
Thank you, sir.
Hi iapain, thanks for your comments! We couldn't agree more that most teachers would not want to write their own JSON files (and it's certainly true in the US and Canada as well).
However, there's only so much you can do in 48 hours. Since most of the people who would be evaluating tut would be avid JS coders, we figured this was a good solution for, plus JSON is a great format for what we're doing here.
However, as the project moves forward, we'll be partnering with teachers (we already had one elementary school teacher volunteer to help test it) in order to make sure we could create an easy to use UI allows them to create the quiz files, without having to touch the JSON themselves.
Thanks. Yes, not much innovation here. We were looking for an Open Source version with good aesthetics.
Thanks! It actually supports a few audio/video formats with the HTML5 <video>/<audio> tag (MP3, MP4, WAV, OGG, OGV, WEBM), but it doesn't work too well cross-browser. This is definitely something I want to work on improving.
Sorry to hear the video didn't work. Were you using chrome? Feel free to hit me up @joelongstreet if you wanna try playing a game or debugging your issue.