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March 24, 2016 AT 2:05 pm

Cast Your Vote in the 1st Annual ESP8266 Design Contest @ESP8266COM

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The ESP8266 Community Forum website is conducting its 1st Annual Design Contest. 90 projects have been submitted, ranging from robot hamsters to timelapse photography rails to an International Space Station tracker. Voting has been underway for one week now and will continue for 3 more weeks. Because the contest is hosted at a forums website, it’s a little tricky to navigate, with all the entries hosted inside forum posts. But here’s the basic breakdown:

The Official Rules are here.
The Entrants are here.

Here’s the basic summary of the voting process:

Voting starts at March 15th 11:59PM GMT-5

Please vote for your top 3 favorite ESP8266 Designs

All votes are hidden until end of voting period.

Each user can vote for 3 entries each.

Select 3 entries and press SUBMIT VOTE button.

You can change your vote while voting is in progress.

Voting is for Registered Users, if you are registered before 2/29/2016 you can vote right away, if you registered after 2/29/2016 then you need to have 3 moderated posts to the community. I suggest that you view all the entries and ask questions to your top 3 picks in the corresponding topic, this would be an excellent way to get those 3 moderated posts!

Good luck to the contestants!


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