All participant will receive the “” openSUSE Hackweek T-Shirt. All participants can sign up on http://hackweek.suse.com to participate in openSUSE’s Hackweek.
Hackerspace will be available for anyone who wants to hack at our locations in Nuremberg, Germany; Prague, Czech Republic; Provo, Utah (USA); Taipei, Taiwan; and Beijing, China, but hackers can always participate in this event remotely.
To use hackerspace during Hackweek, contact the following people based on location by April 10: Provo – Craig Gardner firstname.lastname@example.org, Prague – Thomas Chvatal email@example.com, Beijing – Yan Sun firstname.lastname@example.org, Taipei – Max Lin email@example.com and Nuremberg – Douglas DeMaio firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join a team working on a project during Hackweek or create your own new project at https://hackweek.suse.com/projects/new.
To help promote your project and the event, use hashtag #hackit when tweeting about your project. Media are welcome to attend the event; openSUSE encourages people participating in Hackweek to blog about it and to contact local media to provide coverage on the event.
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