Resources

This page lists the typical stages of a project, as well as any tools or instructions. For more details on the process, see Stages.

1

Challenge

2

Researching

3

Sketching

4

Prototyping

5

Launching

6

Promoting

7

Supporting

Instructions

Format

Room, refreshments and resources will be provided by our volunteers for mini-sprints starting right after DINAcon, at 18:00 on October 20. Teams that demonstrate dedication and potential to their hacks may be offered additional time, room and support to continue their projects by representatives of the DINAcon community. Projects may be posted (and remote submissions are welcome) until 18:00 on October 21.

Terms

The most important rule of the HACKnight event is:

Be Excellent to each other.

For further guidelines of conduct, please refer to confcodeofconduct. As this is an open source event, we will encourage all teams to publish their work under open licenses in open repositories, such as but not restricted to GitHub. The organizers, sponsors, and event staff shall not claim or request any endorsement or special rights and privileges to any work you do at the event. All project documentation created or shared during the event for projects published as above will be republished and promoted under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution license.

HACKnight 2017