Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately the submission process is now closed for foreign participants. However, local participants (i.e. resident in Hamburg) can still register via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
5 participants from across the globe will be drawn from the list of interested participants. They will work alongside with 5 participants in Germany.
There are no particular standard with which the foreign participants will be selected but based on correlation of their ideas and skillsets to the problem at hand.
During the workshop, the participants will be paired into groups to identify a particular problem, design and develop the solution.
The Hackgrothon is opened to anyone with the interest in proposing or creating an open source appropriate technological solution to the identified agricultural issues.
The participants should expect an all round paid trip from their respective countries to Hamburg, an accommodation in a hostel facility, and feeding through out the program. Depending on the involvements of sponsors, the participants could expect some gifts.
Since the product will be based on open source appropriate technology or applications, the documentation of the product will be uploaded and shared on our github page. While the artifact itself will be deployed to a chosen country for test and further analysis purposes.