Many people of the Free TON community grew up on the books of John Ronald Ruel Tolkien. And if not everyone could get through the complex flow of character connections in The Silmarillion, then every Tolkien fan knows the trilogy about Frodo and The Ring. In one of the books of this trilogy, the author showed us Palantir. Palantir is a legendary artifact of the universe, a crystal sphere that cannot be destroyed. With the help of these spheres, it was possible to see what is happening at present in another place or happened in the past, and it was also possible to talk with someone who is far away (if he also has a Palantir). Palantir cannot be forced to show what is not (even Sauron did not succeed).
Palantir has an important feature. It can be used only by the owner of great willpower and reason. For others who tried to use the artifact, the stones showed unreliable visions, and the future passed too.
Roman_D’s proposal suggests creating Palantir for Free TON. It will be a special service, a platform for analyzing all user actions in social networks, chats, new registrations, discussions, and content analytics.
Such a service will be created based on competition. It is calculated that the competition will be held from December 5 to December 25. The main functions that should be in the Palantir service:
- Online Dashboard Reports (ODR): Real-Time, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly
- Map visualization (Better platform, more user engagement)
- A quick way to add a new platform should be developed
- Collecting analytics by the number of subscribers, likes, reposts, and retweets from social networks and Free TON chats
- Ability to download data in PDF format (graphs and metrics)
- Comparison of data by period (1st week/month vs 2nd week/month)
- Free mentions of TON in the media field (Google alerts)
The work will be judged according to the following criteria:
- Compliance with the stated requirements
- Coverage of sites and social networks
- The convenience of the platform
- Speed of work
In turn, for the creation of Palantir, the award for the 1st place was 35,000 TONs, for the second 25,000 TONs, for the third 15,000 TONs. Users from 4th to 10th place will also be awarded.
Also, in the comments, it proposed an option in which one of the winners of the competition will provide a solution through the already existing paid data collection services of this type. How the judges will make a decision in this situation is not entirely clear. But such a technology should be implemented in its way, without the use of third-party proposals.
We are holding patience and waiting for the transition of the competition from proposals to active ones. To speed up this transition, I propose to join the discussions in the comments at the link.