Follow the spirit and rules described in the Hack Code of Conduct.
The templates should be created by using Whiteboards for Jira or Whiteboards for Confluence apps;
Usage of any assets protected by copyright intellectual property laws is prohibited.
The project should contain at least:
description of the idea behind the template;
a demo video for the template;
link to download the template.
NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT IS NECESSARY. A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.
Hackathon Name: Templates for Whiteboards for Jira/Confluence Competition (the “Hackathon”)
Hackathon Website: https://whiteboards.devpost.com (the “Hackathon Website”)
POSTER & ADMINISTRATOR
Poster (the “Poster” or “Sponsor”): Spartez Software sp. z o.o. sp. k. Bernarda Chrzanowskiego 11, 80-278 Gdańsk Poland
The Poster is the Sponsor and entity responsible for the Hackathon.
Administrator (the “Administrator”): Devpost, Inc. (“Devpost”), 222 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10038.
The Hackathon IS open to:
Individuals who are at least the age of majority where they reside as of the time of entry (“Eligible Individuals”)
Organizations (including corporations, not-for-profit corporations, and other nonprofit organizations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and other legal entities) exist and have been organized or incorporated at the time of entry.
To receive monetary prizes, winners have to issue an invoice to Spartez Software sp. z o.o. sp. k.
The above are collectively, “Makers”.
Text Description, Image, and Video Requirements
(i) Text Description: The text description should explain how to use the template, what activity it supports, and when it can be useful for other people.
(ii) Images: The image(s) should be photographs or screenshots of your template.
(iii) Video: The required video portion of the Submission:
a. must include footage that clearly explains how to use the template;
b. the link to this video must be provided on the submission form on the Hackathon Website;
c. must not include third party trademarks, or copyrighted music, or other material unless the Maker has permission to use such material.
A. Maker Rights: Subject to the licenses described below, any applicable intellectual property rights to a Submission will remain with the Maker.
B. Poster Rights: By entering the Hackathon, you grant to the Poster, Administrator, and any other third parties acting on the Poster’s behalf a royalty-free, non-exclusive, worldwide, perpetual license to display publicly and use for promotional purposes the Submission, in perpetuity. This license includes, but is not limited to, posting or linking to the Submission on Poster’s, Administrator’s, and partners’ websites and applications, including the Hackathon Website, and display and promotion of the Submission in any other media, worldwide.
By entering the Hackathon, you grant the Poster rights to add the template to a list of templates inside Whiteboards applications created by Spartez Software. The Poster can make edits to the templates before adding them to its templates library (changing colors, moving elements, editing text, etc), but will keep the main concept of the template unchanged.
C. Submission Display: The following Submission components may be displayed to the public: name, description, images, video URL, website URL.
Other Submission materials may be viewed by the Poster, Administrator, and Judges for screening and evaluation.
D. Makers represent and warrant that the Poster, Administrator, and Hackathon partners are free to use Makers’ Submission in the manner described above, as provided or as modified by the Administrator, without obtaining permission or license from any third party and without any compensation to Makers.
A. Judges: Eligible Submissions will be evaluated by the judges selected by the Poster (the “Judges”). Judges may be employees of the Poster or external, may or may not be listed individually on the Hackathon Website, and may change before or during the Judging Period.
B. Criteria: The Judges will score eligible Submissions using the following equally weighted criteria (the “Judging Criteria”):
Quality of the idea (including creativity, originality, and fit with the Jira and Confluence users possible needs)
Implementation of the idea (including user experience, design)
Quality of the supporting content (demonstration, description)
The Maker(s) that are eligible for a Prize, and whose Submissions earn the highest overall scores based on the applicable Judging Criteria, will become potential winners.