Dispute #350

Court Start Date Dispute Status Current Period Time remaining End Date
Curation 2020-08-17 17:55 Already Ruled Execution Already Ruled 2020-08-25 23:27
Arbitrable Creator
Curate 0xa07f...470a

Unique Votes in all the rounds

Yes No Refuse to arbitrate Pending
0 2 0 0

Round 0

Yes No Refuse to arbitrate Pending
0 3 0 0
Round 0 Vote Casting Date
0x48909739001fa130ea554d45508714824c2467b5 No 2020-08-23 17:19
0xf035561dce033ded865e15e69db06cffc88d9213 No 2020-08-22 12:03
0xf035561dce033ded865e15e69db06cffc88d9213 No 2020-08-22 12:03

Evidences

Evidences provided by Vagarish

Evidence #1:

Again and Again :) Perfecto question but ups wait a min :) almost forget it. So if the main point is the platform, how arbitrators ruled in favor of the submitter in this challange (i mentioned before). And let me think for your question please... As i know other social media platforms (mostly used ones for submissions on this contest) also supports GIFs. But why did the team used "Gifs.com" url on the example side of listing policies? You just talking about likes and retweets but if i post this GIF on twitter and ask my 5 friends to like/retweet my tweet, will this way be more useful? -,-

Evidence #2:

Thanks again Again I thank the submitter for reinforcing my point. The important thing is the platform, says. Now I ask, if I upload a tweet without any likes or retweets, should it be accepted? Clearly not, the story upload must meet a minimum of requirements and you wanted to earn money without trying hard enough.

Evidence #3:

Argument Again :) Are sure about to read whole rules -.- this challange (last one i mentioned) submitted with Gifs.com content. Evidences about another platforms reviews and likes doesn't mean anything. He/she participated with Gifs.com content and accepted via this link. So please don't understand what you wanna understand, the main point is the platform :)

Evidence #4:

Excellent comparison Thank you very much dear submitter for showing the jurors what a gif that takes a minimum of work is and explains, albeit superficially, what Kleros is. You have hit the mark yourself. I ask the jurors to please see the gif sent as evidence and compare it with the one in this case. Also note that the gif of this case was not even the slightest diffusion before pretending to be listed

Evidence #5:

Argument Here is another example about this challange; https://curate.kleros.io/tcr/0x7884a7ADf697e18357087FE8F994669042Af4ae9/0x93a60c56bec9d31d1c1a48cafe040321259402f85b27c8b46da388a04f3b15aa https://resolve.kleros.io/cases/329

Evidence #6:

Does not comply with any of the policies Please read the policies. The challenger only shows what can be uploaded not the characteristics that they should have. For example it does not meet: Accept submissions that: ➤ Is shared across social networks by a few users. Accept: An article, meme or tweet which is shared / liked by at least 5 users. ➤ Has a small audience on the platform it is posted. Accept: An article has been read at least 50 times. ➤ Consist of the creation or active animation of a small community related to Kleros or to Kleros dapp. Submission for the active animation of a community can be done each month. Accept: The submitter creates a chat group about a particular topic related to Kleros, this group has at least 10 members. ➤ Share Kleros knowledge (explaining the juror process, the flow and structure of dapps that integrate Kleros, the court process, etc). Accept: A short forum post explaining how a dapp related to Kleros works.

Evidence #7:

Argument https://telegra.ph/The-rules-list-this-platform-as-valid-08-17

Evidence #8:

Challenge Justification The storys standars must have a minimum of work and diffusion. I urge the juries to no longer accept this type of gif
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