We're still recovering from the fantastic time many of us had at SteemFest 3, but that doesn't mean we don't have some excellent posts for you in this week's Top of Utopian. This week, we have exemplary posts from the Translation, Anti-abuse, Tutorials and Blog categories. Check them out to learn what great Utopian contributions look like!
Ordinarily, we prefer posts to stick to a specific lane. If it’s a Blog category post, it should be the best blog post it can be. If it’s a Dev category post, it should be the best dev post it can be. If it’s a Tutorials category post, it should be the best tutorial it can be. @anthonyadavisii broke all the rules in his staff-picked post about the Steem Downvote Report Tool. It’s a development oriented blog post that’s also kind of a tutorial on an anti-abuse tool. Top of Utopian posts are usually exemplars of how you to post, but do not attempt this high level of difficulty unless you’re a skilled writer!
Total payout: 66.87 STU
Number of votes: 101
Scam: Your Funds and Friends Aren't Safe by @lovenfreedom [anti-abuse]
This is the third time in the short history of the Anti-abuse category that @lovenfreedom has made it to the Top of Utopian. Her contribution is easy to understand and is a quick read. She explains why everyone needs to be involved in fighting this type of abuse. She teaches readers how to stop clicking and start thinking. She shows the importance of knowing what you are clicking on before you click. Everyone who loves Steem apps, and wants to keep their Steem safe, should read this post. It is good knowledge for everyone to gain. Don’t get Phished, get smart.
Total payout: 80.05 STU
Number of votes: 181
Writing a simple Compiler on my own - Abstract Syntax Tree Principle [C][Flex][Bison] by @drifter1 [tutorials]
Another round in the amazing series that @drifter1 has been bringing us while taking us on a journey of building a simple C compiler. In this session, a high level theoretical overview is presented while exploring intermediate code generation, relevant representations, along with Abstract Syntax Tree design. This well-crafted and well-illustrated tutorial paves the way for the hands-on implementation in following parts.
Total payout: 53.34 STU
Number of votes: 328
Simplified Chinese translation of Node.js #6 - 1267 words by @aafeng [translations]
With his professional background in programming, the translator had a 100% accurate translation of 1267 words. In the post, the translator highlighted the most interesting part of the discussion about the different ways to allocate a buffer. He highlighted the potential problems and proposed solutions to the performance problem. He used his expertise to show how to translate the long strings to fluent and easy to understand Chinese. Great examples are given to the post.
Total payout: 57.00 STU
Number of votes: 104
Utopian.io Post Statistics
The staff picked contributions are only a small (but exceptional) example of the mass of contributions reviewed and rewarded by Utopian.io.
- Overall, the last week saw a total of 200 posts, with 177 of them rewarded through an upvote by @utopian-io.
- In total, Utopian.io distributed an approximate of 7420.96 STU to contributors.
- The highest payout seen on any Utopian.io contribution this week was 290.253 STU, with a total of 216 votes received from the community.
- The contribution that attracted the most engagement was Task Request: Kindly Help Us Build Ulog-Witnesses Page On Ulogs.org, That Allows Users To Vote On Witnesses Who Are Also "Certified Uloggers". (An Additional Bounty Of 20 SBD), with no less than 7 comments in its comment threads.
- The average vote given by Utopian.io was worth 41.93 STU.
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