•   about 1 year ago

Does the code submission have to be public?

Can I send invite links to specific people to view the repo or send over the code through the submission instead?

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  •   •   about 1 year ago

    Referring to -> https://discuss.dev.twitch.tv/t/march-29-2021-deadline-for-twitch-channel-points-hackathon/30969 it doesn't say that it has to be publicly available for everyone but at least for the judges.

    To quote: "And don’t forget that the judges will need to have access to the project for testing and judging. That can be provided via a publicly accessible website, code repository, or other method that works best for your project."

    There is also this -> https://twitchchannelpoints.devpost.com/rules , "Access must be provided to an Entrant’s working Project for judging and testing by providing a public link to a website, code repository, or installation file."

    Could be an idea to ask who you need to give access to when you submit your submission.

  • Manager   •   about 1 year ago

    We have a dedicated GitHub user account that you can provide access to, which is "twitchdevelopers." I think that's the easiest way to provide access to a GitHub repository. You can also send a link to download code as well. Let us know if either of these work; we're open to whatever is most convenient.

  •   •   about 1 year ago

    Since I made a SaaS application, I still need to put you guys on my private repository? It is really necessary to show the source code?

  • Manager   •   about 1 year ago

    Providing the source code is optional. We need a way to run or test the application, and some developers have provided private repositories for us to download and run applications rather than accessing a public service.

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