June is about to end. Summer's here (well, if you're in the northern hemisphere, that is.. otherwise, ... yay, winter!), and with it, vacations. We need a new community-challenge.
Let's play. I mean, let's find a game to play.
- Has to revolve around reviewing code, or posting code for peer review on the main site.
- Has to be open to anyone that wants to enter, at any point in time.
- Shouldn't require any specific programming language to be used.
Suggest anything, be creative!
It doesn't have to be in the shape and form of how we've been using the community-challenge tag so far, although it can be. Games could include various types of races - remember, we have the Stack Exchange Data Explorer (SEDE) that can be used to crunch some numbers!
Your votes have spoken.
Rags to riches refers to any situation in which a person rises from poverty to wealth, and in some cases from obscurity to fame - sometimes instantly.
All posts must remain on-topic for the main site. You can't just grab an answer on Stack Overflow and put it up for review!
Here's what the thing is about.
Your question must include a link to the Stack Exchange question that contains the original problem.
The code in your question must be working code, but grabbing a SO question and just making it work is not enough and should be downvoted. We want to review your code. Don't just make it work, make it shine!
Don't forget to tag your posts with rags-to-riches.
Then you can earn a bronze rags-to-riches tag badge with 100 upvotes on at least 20 answers; a silver tag badge with 400 upvotes on at least 80 answers, and a gold tag badge with 1000 upvotes on at least 200 answers... given that many questions :)