Engage the community in a friendly competition over the month of October, as part of the Hacktoberfest event.
Participants will form groups (squads) of up to five members and contribute to Open-Source projects. The top 10 squads will win very cool prizes!!!
Rules & Guidelines
Following are the rules for competing in HackSquad competition. Prior we would like to remind you this is a friendly competition. Built and designed to help all of us grow as individuals, code better, participate and contribute to our community, and lastly commit some meaningful code. enjoy!
What To Do
- Join Squad
- Invite Friends
- Contribute Meaningful Code
- Win Badge and Swag
What Not To Do
- Spam Commits
- Abuse Squads
- Bad Repos
- Ignored Commits or Ban
Rules 1. Competition is for squads, a squad can be from 1-5 participants, we encourage you to invite your friends and colleagues to fill your squad, maximum of 1 squad per user.
2. Just like hacktoberfest, we require a minimal amount of commits in order to qualify, a minimum of 15 commits per squad are required.
3. Competition will be on a global scope, i.e. squad with the most commits will win 1st place. Coding languages, location, companies, will be used for statistics, comparison, but not for local scope competition.
4. Only meaningful and approved (merged or not) commits will be counted. commits / pull requests made using bots, scripts, or spammy pull request are not counted, squads that do as such might be dropped from the competition.
5. Bad repos, i.e., repositories that approve bad commits, don't flag spam as spam, or exhibit any type of bad behavior may be omitted.