"No duty is more urgent than giving thanks."
Good projects go without praise and many users are not aware of the mistakes they are making. The latter need a helping hand to pick up the core skills. If they don't recognize the errors they won't ask for help.
We'd like to thank the students who came together for the DGPE Summer 2021 project to give feedback to other students, and learn feedback giving skills. As a result, we managed to deliver feedback on 653 JS projects, or about half of the projects that had any feedback at all.
It's only a small fraction, but it's still about 1 1/2 full day’s worth of delivered official JS projects. It includes feedback to 12 students who had signed up in advance to get feedback on their official projects. We also identified 165 cases of plagiarism and 2 inappropriate projects, which were handled by the Guardians.
The students who earned participation by putting in at least 1-2 hours of work (usually more!) were:
You've earned no badges, but you have earned our gratitude.
On behalf of DGPE,
Inger Hohler, Evan Lewis, and Chris Rennick