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I have won the competition. Do I have to implement any changes?
Taking part in a competition, you are obliged to make sure that all source files you submit are technically correct and complete.
You are not obliged to do any artistic or aesthetic corrections. During a competition, the contest holder can give you some feedback. We advise you to try and adapt your creation to his feedback, because it will increase your chances of winning. If you win, making corrections has no impact on the prize (you do not get more money doing them). After the contest, you do not have to make any artistic/aesthetic corrections.

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