Hackathon for Aban

Attention: The Hackathon dates has been pushed to later dates and the registration period is extended

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.

Hackathon poster

Welcome to Hackathon round 2!

Aban Hackathon was first held last November to create a unified source of truth about Bloody November. In round 1 of this hackathon, the participants created a bilingual website (Farsi and English) that showed a record for innocent people who lost their lives in this tragic event. In round 2 of this hackathon we aim to build on this idea by adding features and functionalities.

Deadline: March 20, 2023 @ 12 am EST

Description and Timeline

In this round, you have the option to build on the work of winners from round 1 or start from scratch. In round 1, we asked for a bilingual website that showed the victims of Bloody November who lost their lives. The victims could be searched and found using a search bar and appropriate filters. In this round, we ask for additional functionalities and ask the participants to work on data improvements about victims. More information including the detailed requirements and judging criteria will be sent to the registrants.

Registration March 1 to March 20, 2023 (Extended)

Registration remains open during this period, however, we encourage early registration. You can register by filling out the form.

Development March 20 to April 20, 2023

On March 20, we will send the requirements and judging criteria through the email.

Judgement April 20 to May 4, 2023

The winners will be announced on May 4, 2023


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.

Round 1 winners’ submission:

Feel free to use any part of the codes, use them as baseline, or just use as examples and start from scratch:


First Team

One PS752 hoodie and mug * and, a certificate per team member and, $300 donation to the charity of your choice **.

Second Team

One PS752 T-shirt * and, a certificate per team member and, $200 donation to the charity of your choice**.

Third Team

One PS752 mug * and, a certificate per team member and, $100 donation to the charity of your choice**.

* Maximum team members are five people.
** The acceptance of the charity of your choice is subject to the approval of PS752 Justice board of directors.
Register here