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DINAcon Hacknights

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We've been running a Hacknight for several years as part of the DINAcon annual conference. In this open document, feel free to add any ideas of projects you'd like to see showcased, hacked and boosted, ideas of activities, any other comments...

The DINAcon HACKnight is a way to learn about and contribute to Open Source projects in a hands-on way. This event is open to all, and caters to all levels of technical skill. Our focus will be on all projects nominated and showcased at DINAcon.ch, the Swiss digital sustainability conference - other open source/data/hardware projects are welcome. Committers and experts are on hand to guide you through to your first bug report or code commit! All Challenges posted at hacknight.dinacon.ch are announced at the start.

Download the official wallpaper, checkout the Issues list, and get HACKing! See https://blog.datalets.ch/034/ for a recap of last year's event.

Terms

The most important rule of the HACKnight event is:

Be Excellent to each other.

For further guidelines of conduct, please refer to confcodeofconduct. As this is an open source event, we will encourage all teams to publish their work under open licenses in open repositories, such as but not restricted to GitHub. The organizers, sponsors, and event staff shall not claim or request any endorsement or special rights and privileges to any work you do at the event. All project documentation created or shared during the event for projects published as above will be republished and promoted under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution license.

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All attendees, sponsors, partners, volunteers and staff at our events are required to agree with the Hack Code of Conduct. Organisers will enforce this code throughout. We expect cooperation from all participants to ensure a safe environment for everybody. For more details on how our hackdays are run, see the Remote Guidelines.

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