! D R I B D A T _

Dribdat is an open source project board for splendid collaboration. On this site we collect and showcase all projects from hackathon event in one place, under shared conditions. This platform helps hackathon teams sustain and document their efforts, streamline things for the organisers, let everyone focus on driving their ideas forward.


On the front page you can see the upcoming event, as well as any previous events. A short description is followed by a link to the event home page, as well as a countdown of time remaining until the start or finish (if already started) of the hackathon.

The Projects, Challenges and Resources are shown on the event home page. Here you can learn about topics, datasets, and any other information the organisers have provided. Once the event has started, and you have formed a team, you can login and Start a project


When documenting an idea or project, you can use Markdown formatting in the Description or connect to your README in a supported open source community site: GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, Etherpad Lite, Google Docs (Publish to Web) and DokuWiki. You will then find a Sync button on your project page for quickly pulling in changes.

After creating a project, you can customise the icon, color and image, and your team status. By updating your Progress, you can communicate how far along you are in development. Your team members can click the Join button at the top of your project page to link their profile and make changes.

Need more help? Get in touch with the organising team using the Community links, or raise a GitHub issue.

For organisers

All of the content on the site, including presentation and the Quickstart above, can be edited by the site administrator in the Admin menu linked in the header if you have access: from where you can edit general details under Events, publish Categories, and edit or sync Projects and Challenges (which are either a Category, or just a project in challenge status).

If you would like to use this platform for your event, contact the organisers of the events listed here and they should be able to help you - or just fork the open source project and set it up to your liking:

Issues » Source code


There is a simple API for accessing data from this site in machine-readable form. See the README for additional details.

Basic data on the current frontpage event:

Retrieve all projects from an event:

Recent activity (default limit = 10):

Search projects:

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