Left to the end of hackathon!
The hackathon has now officially started! If you had registered in time, you should have got an email with necessary instructions.
As we approach the third anniversary of Bloody November , a reference that includes all the collected and verified information still doesn't exist. With the lack of global awareness on this movement, having a website that represents this information to the audience in an effective way is a basic necessity. Such a website will help to raise awareness and ultimately, seek justice for all the victims. The goal of this hackathon is to have teams develop a reference website for Bloody November.
Registration remains open during this period, however, we encourage early registration. You can register by filling out the form.
On November 17, we will share a sample dataset, the objective, and judging criteria with the registered teams.
The winning submissions will be announced on December 5.
The judging committee will be announced before the Judgment Period begins.
We ask you to create a git repository with all your source code, push that repository to your GitHub or GitLab, and share the repository with an email that will be communicated after registration. We kindly ask you not to make your repository available to the public. The submitted repository needs to come with a README file that includes a link to your deployed working demo and instructions on how to run your code. Your submission needs to come with an MIT License . Submission of any malicious code results in an automatic disqualification
We are planning to conduct a second round of this hackathon for developing more features. The second round will be tentatively scheduled for the second half of January 2023. More details to follow.