Please read our Code of Conduct here.
All project code, documentation, and pieces made during the hackathon are open source, free, and do not belong to anyone. However, Tech For Justice may act as a resource and potential partner for the further development of the project submitted.
This is not a chance for free labor; if you are involved you must participate. That means avoid dictating how the process should or should not be accomplished, while not contributing.
- This hackathon is a flexible event, therefore those who choose to participate may do so for the alotted time or for a fraction of the time. We are also allowing entry to project ideas that have been discussed before the event.
We do not allow discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status. Those exhibiting such behavior will be removed from hackathon spaces.