Rules & Guidelines
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Audience & Code-of-Conduct
This hackathon is open to everyone of most ages and skill levels. Whether you’re a designer, developer, writer, or want to be one, your presence is welcome! This is as much a place to build on the QRL ecosystem as much as it is to build the QRL community.
Covering this is our Code-of-Conduct, which broadly boils down to treating everyone with respect.
- Attendees from all backgrounds, genders, and geographies are welcome. There is no age restriction to attend the hackathon. In case you are under 18, your parents/legal guardian should contact the hackathon to request a waiver authorizing you to attend the hackathon.
- There can be up to five to a team, which is spearheaded by a single individual.
- It’s possible to be part of multiple teams, but not to lead multiple teams.
- It’s possible to work on something on your own, (ie. a team of one)
- QRL Team members are eligible to participate in the hackathon independently, but not for any prizes.
- Project should have a major theme or component be QRL, and is recommended to use the QRL ecosystem.
- Adding new features to existing projects is allowed, such as adding QRL to another ecosystem.
- Teams can work on an idea that they have worked on before.
- Any intellectual property developed during and within the scope of the hackathon must be open source and licensed under one of the licenses referenced in https://opensource.org/licenses.
- Projects that violate the Code-of-Conduct are not allowed.
- Teams can be disqualified from the competition at the organizers’ discretion. Reasons might include but are not limited to breaking the competition rules, breaking the Code-of-Conduct, or other unsporting behaviour.