75% of prize fund went to 5 participants (1028 works, with individual minimum of 119),
85% — 7 participants (1148 works, with a minimum of 57),
95% — 11 participants (1290 works, minimum of 26).
Leaders: 3 leaders have together created 762 qualifying contributions (15523 points, 57.83% of the prize fund), were additionally acknowledged by being named «Wikipedia Tatar World Ambassadors»-2021.
There was a proposal that a document confirming participation must be dual-level: any participant gets a "Certificate", whilst finalists are awarded with a "Diploma".
Stating that contest contributions must respect Wikipedia policies was not enough. Going forward we will need to state expressly that previously published materials are acceptable only with additional procedures to avoid any hints of possible copyright violation.
Tracking and judging improved materials ended up being more complex than newly created ones. Possible solution going forward would be requesting participant self-assessment with or without random checks of declared points by the jury.
We developed an understanding that newbies would benefit from a Tatar Wikipedia mechanism allowing them to generate the article backbone per best practices in the topic area (Bios, historic event, institution, etc.), which they can later just fill in with specific information, supporting source links and other formatting elements — this will most likely be easiest done in way already implemented within Russian Multilingual Wikinews.
Most active newbies later continued creating Tatar-language content in the framework of multilingual «CEE Spring 2021» contest (individuals, events and other cultural phenomena of the larger Central and Eastern European basin), so on top of international organizer provided symbolic gift certificates we would like to recognize them with the local organizers' issued Participation Certificates and Finalist Diplomas.