Summer Milestone 5
This is an overview of the milestones we wish to accomplish this week. The goal is for each person or team to complete at least one milestone. You can choose whichever ones you are interested in and can dedicate the time to. They can be found as boards on Trello.
Add yourself as a member on Trello to any milestone that you plan to complete this week.
This week we are continuing to focus on Micro/Macro (how can we make our platform scale the whole spectrum of crowd work, from mTurk-like microtasks to oDesk-like macrotasks?) and open governance (how can our platform adapt itself to respond to the needs of users over time?) as well as engineering our platform. We are also continuing the collaborative writing process for our paper submission.
We need to submit all milestones for this week by 11:59pm Pacific Daylight Time on Thursday 25th June.
- Youtube link of the meeting today: watch
- Summer Meeting 5 slideshow: exploring next steps for open-gov and micro-macro (pdf)
Macro + Micro
This week's goal:
- Practical exploration of micro and macro platforms
- Review results and pay: convergence and HTML prototype
UIST poster paper
Check the boards on Trello.
Learn Django: A web framework in python
Submitting and Peer Feedback
Create a wiki page
For each of the submissions (with the exception of Research Engineering - with Research Engineering you're submitting pull requests on Github), please create a page on this wiki for your submission.
See here for instructions on creating new pages. Name your wiki page "Summer Milestone 5 YourTeamName TaskYouAreDoing" (substituting YourTeamName with your team name, or your Slack username if you're going solo, and substituting TaskYouAreDoing with the name of the task you're submitting for)
Submit at http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/ in the category according to which of the tasks you did
After submitting, please post to the submission to the trello board as a comment, to notify others and get their feedback.
Vote and comment on others' submissions
Please look through the submissions at http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/ and vote and comment on others' submissions! Comment as much as you can - constructive feedback is valuable!