The following rules & conditions apply to the Robonomics Hackathon V0 ("The Event")
The developments you make during The Event will belong to you, and you will own all credit, title, and interest in them, including any intellectual property rights. You recognize that you will have access to products, inventions, documents, and other materials belonging to other participants and/or third parties (“Third Party Materials”) of The Event, and that nothing in this Agreement transfers you any ownership, right, title or interest of such Third Party Materials. Your rights to the Third Party Materials are limited to those specifically given to you by their owners.
Security of information
You agree that Robonomics Hackathon v0 is designed for the free exchange of ideas, so sharing any information with other participants and/or other third parties of The Event is entirely at your discretion and risk. You are responsible for implementing any security measures to protect your information when disclosing it.
By entering The Event, you give the organization the right to use the name of your team, images of your projects, developments, materials and belongings made at or brought to The Event. You accept that you will be recorded on video, photo or other media. The created content can be used as promotional material on websites, publications and so forth.
Robonomics Hackathon stands for equality, so by joining it you agree to the community norms of The Event.
Our participants make up a tolerant and accepting community, which respects people of any race, gender and sexual preferences. It is a safe space where everybody can freely express themselves and have no fear of being judged.
Accepting the award
In case of winning Robonomics Hackathon v0 and accepting the award, the recipient is responsible for handling the taxation according to the laws of his/ her country.
All submission materials, including texts descriptions, videos and testing instructions, must be in English.
Any team participating in Robonomics Hackathon v0 must select one individual to submit a project on their behalf. Entering a submission of your project on DevPost means that you are authorized to act on behalf of your team.
Submissions to the Hackathon must include:
A project concept that is built with the required tools and meeting all the criteria
A text description that explains the features and functionality of the project (up to 500 words)
A URL to the publicly available code repository
In the light of not violating the IP rights or the rights of another entity or person you have to be the owner of the submitted work
Include a demonstration video of your Project. The video should:
be less than three (3) minutes
be uploaded to and made publicly visible on YouTube and a link to the video must be provided on the submission form on the Hackathon Website
not include third party trademarks, or copyrighted music or other material unless the Entrant has permission to use such material