Languages We will communicate in English and respond to comments in all Swiss national languages. Please look out for others around you, and try to talk in a way that your fellow participants are comfortable with. Use the Translate widget at the top right to change language. 🌏🌎🌍
Virtual event platform Our virtual meeting place is a platform that each participant can join without any additional registration. You can join via the provided link from your browser, no app installation required and registration is optional. Once you are redirected to the platform you simply need to name your avatar, allow access for your camera and microphone, and click enter. Find more details here
Online presence During the live sessions, the general video meeting rules apply: please use the mute, camera in and raise hand functions. The event will be livestreamed and communicated openly. If you wish not to be visible or mentioned, please let us know and refrain from turning your camera on. Find the live stream here
Submissions Suggestions of ideas can be quickly and easily submitted at GitHub/geohackmin. From there we will collect challenges and create projects here on dribdat, the open source standard tool of many hackathons in Switzerland that you may already be familiar with. Projects can take the form of a GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket repository, or even a Markdown or Google doc. Just sync your progress in dribdat to let everyone know how you're coming along. See User's Guide and dribdat.cc for more information.