wscontest is a collection of tools for running the Wikisouce’s Anniversary Proofreading Contest in your local Wikisource (Wikisource Anniversary Proofreading Contest, WAPC).
The Wikisource Anniversary Proofreading Contest is a competition held annually on Wikisource in November, during the contest people can help proofread and validate book pages on Wikisouce. For each page either proofread or validated the participant gain points. At the end of the contest, a prize is awarded to the Wikisourcian with the most points. Second and third-place prize are awarded with a random drawing from all the remaining contestants: each point that you gained during the contest is like a lottery ticket, so the more points you have gained during the contest (that is, the more pages you have proofread or validated), the more chances you have to win.
wscontest consists of three main parts:
votecounterscripts, to count the points for each contestant - see documentation;
rankingscript, to designate the winner (who has the most points) and to draw the second and third-place winners - see documentation;
You can read more about the Wikisouce Anniversary Proofreading Contest on meta.
For the tools: