So I thought I should clarify some stuff about the CodeWalrus Monthly Project Award
that starts tomorrow night. Here is how it will work:
1-Basically, once June is over, a poll will be posted on the forums and front page, with a news article listing all active projects this month.
2-In the poll, you will check boxes for your 5
favorite projects or projects that you find the most worthy.
3-The number of projects you can select in your vote will vary on per-month basis, depending of how many active projects there were. For June, there are 28 so far.
4-The project with the highest score will win the June 2016 (or later months) Project Award.
5-Once a project won, it cannot win again until next year.
6-All projects compete against each others, regardless of the platform and language.
7-At the end of the year, each monthly winner competes against each other in a final poll.
8-You need 20 posts in order to vote.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask below