9 months ago

And the winner is...

The judges have weighed in, and we're excited to share the news! Go to the HACKoonaMatata gallery to congratulate the winners and check out all of the awesome submissions.

Even though the competition is over, you don't have to stop coding. Update your portfolio to inform your followers about new projects and get feedback from fellow hackers.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.


10 months ago

Delay in Result Evaluation

Howdy hackers,

Thanks to you all for submitting your projects in HACKoonaMatata. The projects looks great and the ideas are crazy smart. 

But due to the election duties of our respected faculties (judges), they will not be getting time to review your projects this week.

We request you all to be patient as judges are trying to free up some time in their schedule for it. 

Hope to see your project as a winner !


10 months ago

Public voting is now open

It's your turn to pick the Popular Choice award winner! Browse 'HACKoonaMatata' submission gallery, click on your favorite, and vote. Be sure to spread the word via your social networks, too!

Please note, as per the Devpost terms of service, you may not tamper with the vote process through manual or automated means, or attempt to compensate voters, at risk of disqualification. Find out more about public voting here.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.


10 months ago

Plagarism not as strict as you think - HACKoonaMatata IIIT Kottayam

Dear Hackers,

The rule for plagiarism doesn't refrain you from using open source tools and libraries. You can use frameworks like bootstrap.

What is not allowed is to take a whole project from sites like github, make minor changes and submit. That will be considered plagiarism.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.