First thing's first, I do plan to hopefully submit something for consideration. You'll see below why it may not happen.
I don't know how many submissions you've gotten lately but I think it would probably help the situation a lot if the writers could just write and leave the programming to someone else. Personally, I was getting all excited about submitting something this very night until I saw that it required learning something which is as of right now completely foreign to me. And while I do understand that we don't need to understand the whole thing, even the basics are a little math-ish for a lot of creative types.
I was like, "Hey cool. A tutoria-- What the shit is an fn setVariable?"
Long explanation made shorter: There's a steep learning curve. While I may be rather interested still, it's not likely to attract a whole mob of writers.
Second thing I figured I'd cover is the getting paid thing.
Writers and artists all over the internet are extremely aware of the fact that there's a very good chance that no payment will ever come from this. For several years I've been dealing with that annoyance both for my writing and my drawings. There are only a select few artists who receive payment on the regular. Even fewer who get paid well enough for it to be a job.
My point is not to discourage you from continuing the project or anyone else from submitting something. But I will say that I'm not even going to touch a project that expects me to write or draw a minimum per month without a super solid expectation to get paid enough that it could be a replacement for a part time job. Frankly that's not what's being promised here. Of course, I'm not expecting this to be a job replacement. I'm just not expecting to be treated like an employee.
With that in mind, I'm going to continue writing an event thingy now. I don't suppose there's any possibility of not having to enter it in the programming system?