This year's virtual DINAcon HACKnight is a way to learn about and contribute to Open Source in a hands-on way, for all levels of technical skill. We especially encourage you to bring ideas, issues, questions about any of the projects shortlisted, nominated or otherwise presented at this year's DINAcon. All proposals to start or improve or support open source projects are welcome.

Image via Tobie Langel - Making the business case for contributing to open source

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All challenges posted here will be announced at the event start. Experienced developers will be available on hand to guide you through your first bug report or code commit! We invite everyone to join an online chat where β˜• virtual refreshments and πŸ€– online motivation will be provided by volunteers. Projects that demonstrate dedication and potential to their hacks may be offered additional time, room, crowdsourcing and other support to continue by the DINAcon community. Projects may be posted (and remote submissions are welcome) until 18:00 the next day.

If you have feedback or suggestions, please use the community forum on this page, or raise an issue on GitHub. There you can also find some goodies, like the official wallpaper. See you at the HACKnight!

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All attendees, sponsors, partners, volunteers and staff at our hackathon are required to agree with the Hack Code of Conduct. Organisers will enforce this code throughout the event. We expect cooperation from all participants to ensure a safe environment for everybody. For more details on how the event is run, see the Guidelines wiki.

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