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💡 This project shows some of the capabilities of our hackathon platform. This is the "short summary"

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👉 English Ganz wichtige Fragen, die wir auf eine Projektseite beantwortet haben möchten:

Projekt Titel

(und ursprünglichen Challenge link)

Was wurde während der Hackdays erreicht?

-> ein gutes executive summary hilft auch uns über das Projekt zu kommunizieren!

Auf welche Probleme seid ihr auf dem Weg gestossen?

Was sind die nächsten Schritte für dieses Projekt?

  • Was sind die Aussichten?
  • Was würdet ihr noch brauchen?

Links zu Quellcode, Pitches, Demos und Prototypen.

  • einfach github & such verlinken. The synced "read me" will appear as a tab. The link will appear under the "source" icon at the bottom of your description.

Welche Daten habt ihr verwendet?

  • In welchen Formaten?
  • Alle relevanten Nutzungsbedingungen oder Lizenzen.

Wer ist das Team

und wie können seine Mitglieder am besten kontaktiert werden (z.B. über den Slack-Kanal)?

Tipps

👆 Mit dem Präsentations- oder Demo-Link kann einen Link zun einem Demo-App oder Ihrem Video-Pitch eingefügt werden (hier sind ein paar Tipps von uns). Für mehrere Links, fügen Sie sie einfach in die Description in einer eigenen Zeile ein und sie erscheinen in Form eines Live-Widgets. Zum Beispiel..

https://speakerdeck.com/jdorfman/open-source-is-people

...auf seiner eigenen Linie wird...

🎯 Auf die gleiche Weise sollten Sie auch auf Challenges oder andere Projekte und Datenquellen verlinken: einfach den Link auf seine eigene Zeile setzen, so wie hier:

🧠 In einem früheren Stadium des Projekts könnte dies auch ein Hilfsmittel für die Zusammenarbeit sein - wie z.B. eine Online-Tabelle, ein Notizbuch, ein Brainstorming- oder Wireframing-Tool. Je einfacher der Zugang ist, desto besser. Wir haben einige Vorschläge (und laden alle ein, uns andere mitzuteilen) im Kanal #tools-and-ideas.

PRO TIPP: Denken Sie daran, Post regelmässig über ihren Fortschritt zu berichten! Andere Teilnehmer*innen werden mehr dazu ermutigt, zu Join (Mitmachen) - dem Team beizutreten und dabei zu helfen, ein grossartiges Projekt zu entwickeln - wenn einige Beweise von eure Aktivitäten zu sehen gibt!

ℹ️ Für weitere Informationen besuche die Hackdays website oder kontaktiere das Organisationsteam im #help channel - einfach auf die Schaltfläche Kontakt unten tippen.


In English ...

🗽 Important informations we would like your project page to answer include:

Project titel

(and link to the original challenge)

What have you achieved during the Hackdays?

A good and sexy executive summary helps us as well to communicate about your project!

Links to source code, demos and prototypes.

  • you can easily link to any type of github & such platforms. The synced "read me" will appear as a tab. The link will appear under the "source" icon at the bottom of your description.

Any relevant terms of use or licenses on your work.

What problems have you encountered along the way?

What data have you used?

  • In what formats?
  • Licences?

What do you see as the next steps for this project?

  • What are the perspectives?
  • what would you need?

Who are you and your team mates, and how can you best be contacted (if not just via the Slack channel)?

Tips & Tricks

👆 With the Presentation or demo link you can paste a link to your demo app or video pitch, made with one of the supported sites (get some tips from us here). If you have multiple links, just add them to the Description on their own line and they will appear in the form of a live widget. For example,

https://speakerdeck.com/jdorfman/open-source-is-people

...on it's own line becomes...

🎯 You should also link to your challenge or any other projects and data sources in the same way, just by putting the link on it's own line, like this:

🧠 At an earlier stage of the project, this could also be a collaborative tool - such as an online spreadsheet, notebook, brainstorming or wireframing tool. The easier it is to access, the better. We have some suggestions (and welcome you to share yours) in the #tools-and-ideas channel.

PRO TIP: Remember to Post regularly about your progress! People will be more encouraged to Join the team and help produce a great project if they see some evidence of your activities: even if you are hitting a roadblock!

ℹ️ For more information, visit the Hackdays website or contact the organizing team in the #help channel - just click the Contact button below.

These contents were scraped from an external site. Visit the original location to see all the formatting.

This content was automatically synchronized from a README.md in a GitHub project using the [Sync] feature.

Git repo for the https://opendefinition.org/ website focused on the the Open Definition (OD).

The current OD version is 2.1. Numerous translations are available on the website. The ideal way to submit new translations is by adding an od/2.1/{language code}/index.markdown file and sending a pull request on the gh-pages branch. See https://opendefinition.org/participate/#translation for additional guidance.

Many pages in the repository are related definitions and domain-specific guides which are not highlighted in the site navigation; there's a list at https://opendefinition.org/participate/. These are all still of interest but in need of review and updating. Feel most welcome to file issues, submit pull requests, and discuss on our forum.

Also see the related https://licenses.opendefinition.org/ and its source repository. Eventually these two sites and repositories will probably be merged.

Event finished

29.04.2021 18:00

Event started

28.04.2021 09:00

Worked on documentation

27.04.2021 05:26 ~ Maud

Synchronized

Readme fetched from source

12.11.2020 15:32 ~ loleg

Team forming

loleg has joined!

12.11.2020 15:32

Project started

Initialized by loleg 🎉

12.11.2020 15:32
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