Thanks for the great feedback and suggestions!
Thanks for the feedback Gleb. May I ask why you rated low on completeness and innovation? Did you find something that didn't work? Have you seen an app that tries to help improve real life relationships before? Would love to hear more specifics in those areas so we can improve missing pieces. Also, you should try the questions feature as it's a core part of what we're trying to do.
P.S. DUO Interactive is the name of our company and not related to our team size :)
Sure. I felt the overall application is incomplete. I can enter data about each person (and the data input works fine). What happens next? That was the missing piece. It would be nice if the app suggested something, or had reminders.
We're certainly going to add suggestion+reminders later on but we were fortunate to complete the functionality we did have in just a short 48 hours. Plus it's better to test with a simpler MVP and then add features later once user behavior has been observed. I'm surprised you think we could have gotten to reminders as well... very flattering ;)
Also, regarding the low innovation score... you don't think this idea is innovative? What other apps do you know of that are trying to solve what we're trying to do with this one?
Thanks for your feedback Gleb. You're right about examples but we explicitly put "real world" collaborations, rock is raw and dirty as our examples :)
Thanks for taking the time to vote and give us feedback. Yeah you're absolutely right about the number of rooms. Unfortunately we spotted a bug late in the competition when the number of rooms got above a certain number causing the UI to overflow, so decided to setup a cronjob to limit the number to keep the UI looking good. We also definitely could have done a better job of explaining the technology involved. Each room tracks its position and the sockets are used to communciate with the clients, to ensure they remain in sync with the playlist and to provide new tracks when the play queues run out.
Hi Gleb, thank you for your feedback! You're right, the blocks are incomplete but it is something we want to fix in Waterbear and there was not so much time to do that during nko. We are planning to work on that, thank you about your comments on code generation too. In this way, we agree with your vote on 'completeness'. But we are sure that there was no Scratch-like visual language to code in ProcessingJS yet, and it is useful for people trying to learn Processing at a first time (e.g. no syntax errors). Maybe the votes in 'utility/fun' and 'innovation' could reflect better that.