Wanna help judge SoME3?
Today is the deadline for people to submit entries to the third Summer of Math Exposition, but there’s still room to take part by joining in the peer review process. This involves signing up to take a look at pairs of videos (or pairs of non-video entries) and offer your input about which one in each pair is better. You can do this for as many or as few pairs as you’d like.
With enough peer reviewers doing this enough times, an underlying algorithm will give us a loose partial ordering to them all that helps us to allocate our time and the time of the finalist judges we recruit. Also, it’s fun! Also, also, in past years this peer review process seems to have helped kickstart some meaningful viewership on some of the YouTube entries.
I talk more about it here.