Hackerspace is the Official GovHack competition submission site and allows you to submit all components required for your team’s GovHack entry.
Note: submission elements and times are system controlled so no extensions are available! Teams are required to submit the following as part of their competition entry on Hackerspace:
- Register all Team members in Hackerspace
- All team members must be registered as a user with their email. This ensures you get an invite to awards nights and so you can receive any awards you may win.
- A descriptive project page must be created for each project
- Team members and Team Captain
- Project Description
- An image that best captures your concept e.g a logo or image.
- Nominate challenges – nominate for multiple challenges and from all levels of competition that you can view including International, National, and Regional. Check you fulfill any special challenge eligibility criteria such as a specific datasets.
- Record data used – For each significant dataset you use record the URL and explain how this data was used in your entry. For each award category you nominate make sure you check for any specific data reuse eligibility requirements and record the data. This field will be used to validate the eligibility of your entry.
- Evidence Repository URL (Mandatory) This is your proof of concept. You must provide evidence of your work over the weekend any code, graphics, plans, drawings, data analysis and cleansing, mashups, applications, website URLs, models, photos of each stage to create your artistic representations. Submit a link to a digital repository such as a Google Drive or Dropbox shared folder (public) or a Git repository such as public GitHub or public BitBucket
- A maximum 3 minute Video entry (Mandatory), must submit actual Video URL not link to another website. This a video pitch of your entry that tells a story of how you have reused data. The video should demonstrate your hack concept, the benefits or value the concept could achieve and where possible introduce your team. The most common method is to use a screencast, with a voice-over narration.
- Note: Judges will stop watching videos after 3 minutes
- Demo URL (Optional) If judges are able to see and play with it that is useful, but this is a minor component of the judging.