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Well, it's been a while.

To our new(-er) users, welcome to Topic Challenges. To our old(-er) users, welcome back.

In the spirit of improving the site, its questions and the amount of fun and learning (and teaching) that goes here, a tradition lost to time is now rekindled.

I'm talking, of course, about Topic Challenges.

The idea is to have a competition of sorts. Rather than have users compete, their questions compete. A better and more thorough description is in the linked post.

The abridged version is:

  1. A topic is chosen by the community, in Q&A style, right in this post. You can suggest a topic theme (see challenges #1 and #2 if you want a better idea of what's what) by posting your suggestion as an answer to this very question
  2. Once a Topic is chosen, a meta post (like the previous two) will go up, and the challenge will begin 24 hours later (specific time will be stated in the post)
  3. The challenges last one (1) week*. At the end of the week, a winner is announced by our all powerful amazing mod team.
  4. You can find more details in here.

And remember: There's no such thing as a wrong answer here! It's not CS Education if you're not allowed to make mistakes. So suggest to your hearts contest content!

Whichever topic is chosen, remember: It's best to add the comment:

*This question has been entered into [#### challenge question contest](https://cseducators.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/...).* to your question, once a challenge is announced and the 24 hour period passes.


* Usually

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I'll not sure if there's enough support for a topic challenge, but if we did one, perhaps it should be simply for the number of well-received questions within the contest period?

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  • $\begingroup$ but still include the *This question has been entered into [#### challenge question contest](https://cseducators.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/...).* comment... because we have to raise awareness. $\endgroup$ – ItamarG3 Jun 5 at 10:42
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Suggestion:
Properly visible.

quite simple. Any ,, tagged question (should the asker choose to participate).

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