izlyforever's blog

By izlyforever, history, 3 weeks ago, In English

Successful hacks makes Codeforces better. Here are at least two reasons:

  • A successful hack helped stable ProblemSet
  • The defenders can quickly find bugs in their own code through the test provided by hackers

So hackers make contributions to the community, they deserve some contribution.

UDP1

VLamarca's number of hacks(number of problem hacks) also a good suggestion.

If it does increases contribution, $$$\frac{100 x}{100 + x}$$$ contribution may be simple nice, where $$$x$$$ is number of problem hacks.

Fade hacks mentioned by Real_Father_Of_Ash is really annoying, it does know how to improve, but I believe that people who are loving codeforces and care about contribution won't do like this.

Really hope admin: MikeMirzayanov and geranazavr555 could take it into consideration.

 
 
 
 
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If it'll give me contribution, I'll make 10 fake ids and put

if(t==696942)cout<<"Yay! FREE CONTRIBUTION";

in all Div3, EDU contests.

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Maybe a simple number on the profile "number of hacks" would be more apropriate

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    I think adding it to the profile will really make it crowded. It is a good idea to add it under the graph of solved problems though.

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stdmultiset will be the top contributor.

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Auto comment: topic has been updated by izlyforever (previous revision, new revision, compare).

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What are the advantages of having more contribution.

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but I believe that people who are loving codeforces and care about contribution won't do like this

I don't think that it works that way...