Rules are important to run a safe and fair hackathon!


Please read the full set of them in our Terms & Conditions. We have summarised a few important ones for you below:


  Use your real name. Everyone should set their real name (first and last name) as a nickname on this platform. That makes it a whole lot easier for crew members to know which hackathon location you signed up for or which team you are on.

  Be nice to each other on this platform and in the hackathon in general. We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of race, creed, colour, ethnicity, nationality, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, physical appearance, body size, disability, or marital status. We do not tolerate harassment on our platforms in any form.
  

  Use your time and energy to hack solutions to the Galileo Hackathon, not to make the world a worse place. Activities promoting or related to alcohol, tobacco, religion, politics, intolerance, violence, firearms, pornography, obscenity, gambling, or illegal drugs are explicitly excluded from the hackathon. Just don't. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate on our platforms.

  Everyone is welcome. We welcome all participants regardless of race, creed, colour, ethnicity, nationality, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, physical appearance, body size, disability, or marital status


A reminder of the eligibility criteria


Everyone can register to participate to the Galileo Hackathons. There are only a few basic requirements that need to be fulfilled:


Only individual, natural persons can participate in the hackathon.


Participants must be of legal adult age (18 years or older) at the moment of registration.


You will have to choose a location based on your residency. Do you live in the Philippines, Thailand or another nation that is a member state of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)? Then you are free to apply.


Teams must have at least 3 team members and can go up to a maximum of 8 members.


The Judging criteria


In order to create projects that will swoop the Judges off their feet, you will need to be aware of the Judging Criteria. Your submissions will be judged on 5 different points: 


1. Innovation


2. Market Potential & Social Relevance


3. Galileo Relevance


4. Completion Relevance


5. Progress Made


Good Luck!


Important to consider


The Galileo Hackathons will take place virtually. Participation requires a stable internet connection and a laptop.


The Galileo Hackathons will be mostly in English. Proficiency in English is recommended.