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dribdat

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Open hackathons FTW! We develop and track open source tools for organizers and participants, to help you make the most of time-limited collaborative sprints.

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Become a member of the cooperative, participate in elections and other governance mechanisms, contribute your data, get reductions and benefits.

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CHF 50 CHF / year

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Become a sponsor to have your name or institutional logo listed on our home page. Your support enables us to work on new features and integrations.

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CHF 100 CHF / month

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Tip our maintainers with a cup of coffee or pay for a bounty: be awesome, and encourage further work on the dribdat platform. Read more

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Events

dribdat is hosting the following events.

Past event
03:00 PM-05:00 PM UTC
Hackathon Organizers Exchange
Past event
10:00 AM UTC
An open sprint for people of all ages with an interest in creative code, electronic art and music
Past event
06:30 AM UTC
Develop new ideas and creative solutions for the Swiss legal system.
Past event
03:00 PM UTC
We are cividi - a civic tech startup developing open urban data platforms - organizing a week of ...Read more
Past event
01:00 PM UTC
The hackathon as platform for supporting charities and social work
Past event
05:00 PM UTC
Improve life in the city with open networks and civic tech
Past event
08:00 AM UTC
A hackathon on empowering linguistic diversity in newsrooms

Top financial contributors

1
Roland Brand

CHF1,337.01 CHF since Feb 2023

2
Thomas Amberg

CHF1,337 CHF since Jan 2020

3
Moreno Colombo

CHF20 CHF since Mar 2021

4
Jhonny Pincay

CHF10 CHF since Mar 2021

dribdat is all of us

Our contributors 6

Thank you for supporting dribdat.

Thomas Amberg

Core Contributor

CHF 1,337 CHF

Beta Tester

loleg

Admin
Hacking the hackathon

Roland Brand

CHF 1,337 CHF

Moreno Colombo

CHF 20 CHF

Jhonny Pincay

CHF 10 CHF

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Credit from Roland Brand to dribdat

+CHF 1,337.01CHF
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Credit from Jhonny Pincay to dribdat

+CHF 10.00CHF
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Contribution #152880

Credit from Moreno Colombo to dribdat

+CHF 20.00CHF
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Contribution #152628
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Today’s balance

CHF 2,420.85 CHF

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CHF 2,420.85 CHF

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News from dribdat

Updates on our activities and progress.

2024 #1

Time for an update · Summer time consistently fires up my thoughts about Open Collectives. The idea of this blog was to complement GitHub Releases with a bit of background story, mak...
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Published on June 25, 2024 by loleg

2023 #1

We have had a bunch of new releases this year, bringing the project forward. This post was stuck in the drafts, which - hey Open Collective! - looks too much like a published post 🙈 In other news, we have mirrored the main repositories to...
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Published on June 25, 2024 by loleg

2022 #3

Autumn events and releases · Dribdat is more colourful, functional and secure than ever! We have added a number of improvements to the frontend and backend in v0.6.6 - a r...
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Published on December 5, 2022 by loleg

About


An open source tool for data wrangling and prototyping in teams: dribdat sets up your event page with a countdown, participant profiles with status updates, and a project board which tracks progress on popular documentation platforms and code repositories. It has been used to host many events in the Swiss open data and open hardware community, where it is currently maintained.

You can use it out of the box:

Plug it into your website using the backboard:

Or run events right out of your group chat platform with dridbot ... 🤖
Or just import and export the content as  a convenient Data Package.
Or connect to your own apps via the dribdat API.

Basically: your event, your data, your hackable hackathon platform. Let's play!

Our team

Thomas Amberg

Core Contributor
Beta Tester

loleg

Admin
Hacking the hackathon