Code of Conduct

Event Overview

Weavers Raids are 10 day long events aimed at building on the Arweave ecosystem.

  1. Eligibility

The Weavers Bounty Raid is open to individuals or teams of 3. Participants must be at least 18 years old or have parental/guardian consent to participate. Participants, whether students, professionals, or enthusiasts from any technical or non-technical background, are welcome. Participants may participate, but will not be eligible for prizes if they are from Iran, North Korea, Russia, or other sanctioned countries.

  1. Technical Requirements

Ensure your internet connection and equipment are stable and functioning properly. Utilize the specified communication tools for the Weavers Bounty Raid II, including Discord, and the Weavers website.

  1. Teams

Team size can range from 1- 3 members. Teams are encouraged to have a diverse set of skills, including but not limited to coding, design, and project management.

  1. Original Work

Projects submitted must be original works created during a Weavers Bounty Raid. Open-source libraries and tools are accepted. Do not use codebases that violate copyright or licensing agreements. You are welcome to work on pre-existing projects, but you will not be eligible for prizes.

  1. Intellectual Property

Participants retain ownership of their intellectual property, but they grant the Weavers Bounty Raid the ability to share and promote their work. Do not submit work that infringes on the intellectual property rights of others. Properly attribute any open-source or third-party code, libraries, or assets used in your project. By participating, you grant the Weavers Bounty Raid the right to showcase your project for promotional purposes.

  1. Learning Opportunities

Technical support and mentors will be available during the event.


7. Submissions

Project submission deadline will be announced in the lead up to the Raid. Late submissions will not be considered for evaluation. Do NOT change your submission post-deadline All project submissions must be completed in the official link found exclusively on the Weavers Discord and website on the Raid-Bot which will be available.

  1. Project Requirements

Video submissions are required with an explanation and demo of your build videos must be submitted as links, as Typeform has a 10mb upload limit on files One submission per project with all team members listed verifying their full name, email, and Arweave wallet addresses a Github link. Teammates will be added via their email addresses, and the form will allow them to add up to 2 extra teammates (for a total of 3)

  1. Bounties

When applying, participants need to select their preferred stream (creative or developer). Combining challenges is allowed, but judging will be based on the criteria for the single challenge. All listed bounties can be found on the official website. To be eligible to win a bounty, the project must meet all the specified requirements outlined in the bounty explanation.

  1. Judging and Evaluation

Projects will be evaluated based on the criteria outlined in the Weavers Bounty Raid scoring categories (See section on Scoring) Judges' decisions are final. Judges will provide feedback, and winners will be announced at the end of the event.

  1. Scoring

Participants must build projects related to Arweave, and the broader Arweave ecosystem. We will evaluate your submission using the following criteria on a scale from 1 to 5 (see rubric below)
- Functionality: This criterion assesses whether your project is operational and suitable for use by early adopters. We look for business concept & opportunity and product/service opportunity fit.
- Presentation: This reflects the quality of your project's representation and how effectively you communicate its value.
- Impact: We will gauge the potential of your project to make a meaningful difference or contribution.
- Creativity: Given that two teams working on the same challenge will yield different results, this metric will evaluate the originality and inventiveness of your solution.

  1. Privacy and Data Protection

Respect privacy and confidentiality. Do not share any personal or sensitive information without permission. Be aware of data protection regulations, and handle user data responsibly.

  1. Liability & Responsibility

Participants are solely responsible for their actions, decisions, and the consequences thereof during the Raid. the Weavers Bounty Raid and any sponsors or partners associated with the Raid shall not be liable for any loss, injury, damage, or claims arising out of or in connection with the participation in the Raid.

  1. Changes & Disqualifications

The Weavers Bounty Raid reserves the right to make changes, amendments, or additions to these Rules, Raid details, or any other aspect of the event at any time. The Weavers Bounty Raid reserves the right to disqualify any Participant who violates these Rules, engages in unethical conduct, or fails to comply with the instructions or decisions of the Weavers Bounty Raid.

  1. Code of Conduct

Adhere to the Weavers Bounty Raid official Code of Conduct. Inappropriate or offensive content results in disqualification. Sign the code of conduct during application. Maintain professionalism in online communications and team interactions. Avoid cheating, such as presenting others' work or updating submissions post-deadline. Show respect to all participants, organizers, judges, and sponsors. No tolerance for discrimination, harassment, or bullying. Ensure your project aligns with the event theme and guidelines.

  1. Code of Conduct Violations

The Weavers Bounty Raid reserves the right to disqualify and exclusion any participant who violates the rules and code of conduct from the current and future events. Serious violations may result in legal action.

  1. Have Fun

Remember that Weavers Bounty Raids are about learning, creativity, and innovation. Enjoy the experience and make new friends.

  1. Feedback and Improvement

We’d love to hear from you, please share any questions or concerns with the hackathon via the Weavers Discord server.

  1. Contact

Any inquiries, assistance, or technical support will be available throughout the event on the Weavers Discord server.

Conclusion

Embark on an incredible journey with us at the Weavers Bounty Raid! Your participation signifies your commitment to these rules and our positive code of conduct. Embrace the spirit of collaboration, innovation, and fun. We can't wait to share this remarkable Raid experience with you!

Code of Conduct

Event Overview

Weavers Raids are 10 day long events aimed at building on the Arweave ecosystem.

  1. Eligibility

The Weavers Bounty Raid is open to individuals or teams of 3. Participants must be at least 18 years old or have parental/guardian consent to participate. Participants, whether students, professionals, or enthusiasts from any technical or non-technical background, are welcome. Participants may participate, but will not be eligible for prizes if they are from Iran, North Korea, Russia, or other sanctioned countries.

  1. Technical Requirements

Ensure your internet connection and equipment are stable and functioning properly. Utilize the specified communication tools for the Weavers Bounty Raid II, including Discord, and the Weavers website.

  1. Teams

Team size can range from 1- 3 members. Teams are encouraged to have a diverse set of skills, including but not limited to coding, design, and project management.

  1. Original Work

Projects submitted must be original works created during a Weavers Bounty Raid. Open-source libraries and tools are accepted. Do not use codebases that violate copyright or licensing agreements. You are welcome to work on pre-existing projects, but you will not be eligible for prizes.

  1. Intellectual Property

Participants retain ownership of their intellectual property, but they grant the Weavers Bounty Raid the ability to share and promote their work. Do not submit work that infringes on the intellectual property rights of others. Properly attribute any open-source or third-party code, libraries, or assets used in your project. By participating, you grant the Weavers Bounty Raid the right to showcase your project for promotional purposes.

  1. Learning Opportunities

Technical support and mentors will be available during the event.


7. Submissions

Project submission deadline will be announced in the lead up to the Raid. Late submissions will not be considered for evaluation. Do NOT change your submission post-deadline All project submissions must be completed in the official link found exclusively on the Weavers Discord and website on the Raid-Bot which will be available.

  1. Project Requirements

Video submissions are required with an explanation and demo of your build videos must be submitted as links, as Typeform has a 10mb upload limit on files One submission per project with all team members listed verifying their full name, email, and Arweave wallet addresses a Github link. Teammates will be added via their email addresses, and the form will allow them to add up to 2 extra teammates (for a total of 3)

  1. Bounties

When applying, participants need to select their preferred stream (creative or developer). Combining challenges is allowed, but judging will be based on the criteria for the single challenge. All listed bounties can be found on the official website. To be eligible to win a bounty, the project must meet all the specified requirements outlined in the bounty explanation.

  1. Judging and Evaluation

Projects will be evaluated based on the criteria outlined in the Weavers Bounty Raid scoring categories (See section on Scoring) Judges' decisions are final. Judges will provide feedback, and winners will be announced at the end of the event.

  1. Scoring

Participants must build projects related to Arweave, and the broader Arweave ecosystem. We will evaluate your submission using the following criteria on a scale from 1 to 5 (see rubric below)
- Functionality: This criterion assesses whether your project is operational and suitable for use by early adopters. We look for business concept & opportunity and product/service opportunity fit.
- Presentation: This reflects the quality of your project's representation and how effectively you communicate its value.
- Impact: We will gauge the potential of your project to make a meaningful difference or contribution.
- Creativity: Given that two teams working on the same challenge will yield different results, this metric will evaluate the originality and inventiveness of your solution.

  1. Privacy and Data Protection

Respect privacy and confidentiality. Do not share any personal or sensitive information without permission. Be aware of data protection regulations, and handle user data responsibly.

  1. Liability & Responsibility

Participants are solely responsible for their actions, decisions, and the consequences thereof during the Raid. the Weavers Bounty Raid and any sponsors or partners associated with the Raid shall not be liable for any loss, injury, damage, or claims arising out of or in connection with the participation in the Raid.

  1. Changes & Disqualifications

The Weavers Bounty Raid reserves the right to make changes, amendments, or additions to these Rules, Raid details, or any other aspect of the event at any time. The Weavers Bounty Raid reserves the right to disqualify any Participant who violates these Rules, engages in unethical conduct, or fails to comply with the instructions or decisions of the Weavers Bounty Raid.

  1. Code of Conduct

Adhere to the Weavers Bounty Raid official Code of Conduct. Inappropriate or offensive content results in disqualification. Sign the code of conduct during application. Maintain professionalism in online communications and team interactions. Avoid cheating, such as presenting others' work or updating submissions post-deadline. Show respect to all participants, organizers, judges, and sponsors. No tolerance for discrimination, harassment, or bullying. Ensure your project aligns with the event theme and guidelines.

  1. Code of Conduct Violations

The Weavers Bounty Raid reserves the right to disqualify and exclusion any participant who violates the rules and code of conduct from the current and future events. Serious violations may result in legal action.

  1. Have Fun

Remember that Weavers Bounty Raids are about learning, creativity, and innovation. Enjoy the experience and make new friends.

  1. Feedback and Improvement

We’d love to hear from you, please share any questions or concerns with the hackathon via the Weavers Discord server.

  1. Contact

Any inquiries, assistance, or technical support will be available throughout the event on the Weavers Discord server.

Conclusion

Embark on an incredible journey with us at the Weavers Bounty Raid! Your participation signifies your commitment to these rules and our positive code of conduct. Embrace the spirit of collaboration, innovation, and fun. We can't wait to share this remarkable Raid experience with you!

Code of Conduct

Event Overview

Weavers Raids are 10 day long events aimed at building on the Arweave ecosystem.

  1. Eligibility

The Weavers Bounty Raid is open to individuals or teams of 3. Participants must be at least 18 years old or have parental/guardian consent to participate. Participants, whether students, professionals, or enthusiasts from any technical or non-technical background, are welcome. Participants may participate, but will not be eligible for prizes if they are from Iran, North Korea, Russia, or other sanctioned countries.

  1. Technical Requirements

Ensure your internet connection and equipment are stable and functioning properly. Utilize the specified communication tools for the Weavers Bounty Raid II, including Discord, and the Weavers website.

  1. Teams

Team size can range from 1- 3 members. Teams are encouraged to have a diverse set of skills, including but not limited to coding, design, and project management.

  1. Original Work

Projects submitted must be original works created during a Weavers Bounty Raid. Open-source libraries and tools are accepted. Do not use codebases that violate copyright or licensing agreements. You are welcome to work on pre-existing projects, but you will not be eligible for prizes.

  1. Intellectual Property

Participants retain ownership of their intellectual property, but they grant the Weavers Bounty Raid the ability to share and promote their work. Do not submit work that infringes on the intellectual property rights of others. Properly attribute any open-source or third-party code, libraries, or assets used in your project. By participating, you grant the Weavers Bounty Raid the right to showcase your project for promotional purposes.

  1. Learning Opportunities

Technical support and mentors will be available during the event.


7. Submissions

Project submission deadline will be announced in the lead up to the Raid. Late submissions will not be considered for evaluation. Do NOT change your submission post-deadline All project submissions must be completed in the official link found exclusively on the Weavers Discord and website on the Raid-Bot which will be available.

  1. Project Requirements

Video submissions are required with an explanation and demo of your build videos must be submitted as links, as Typeform has a 10mb upload limit on files One submission per project with all team members listed verifying their full name, email, and Arweave wallet addresses a Github link. Teammates will be added via their email addresses, and the form will allow them to add up to 2 extra teammates (for a total of 3)

  1. Bounties

When applying, participants need to select their preferred stream (creative or developer). Combining challenges is allowed, but judging will be based on the criteria for the single challenge. All listed bounties can be found on the official website. To be eligible to win a bounty, the project must meet all the specified requirements outlined in the bounty explanation.

  1. Judging and Evaluation

Projects will be evaluated based on the criteria outlined in the Weavers Bounty Raid scoring categories (See section on Scoring) Judges' decisions are final. Judges will provide feedback, and winners will be announced at the end of the event.

  1. Scoring

Participants must build projects related to Arweave, and the broader Arweave ecosystem. We will evaluate your submission using the following criteria on a scale from 1 to 5 (see rubric below)
- Functionality: This criterion assesses whether your project is operational and suitable for use by early adopters. We look for business concept & opportunity and product/service opportunity fit.
- Presentation: This reflects the quality of your project's representation and how effectively you communicate its value.
- Impact: We will gauge the potential of your project to make a meaningful difference or contribution.
- Creativity: Given that two teams working on the same challenge will yield different results, this metric will evaluate the originality and inventiveness of your solution.

  1. Privacy and Data Protection

Respect privacy and confidentiality. Do not share any personal or sensitive information without permission. Be aware of data protection regulations, and handle user data responsibly.

  1. Liability & Responsibility

Participants are solely responsible for their actions, decisions, and the consequences thereof during the Raid. the Weavers Bounty Raid and any sponsors or partners associated with the Raid shall not be liable for any loss, injury, damage, or claims arising out of or in connection with the participation in the Raid.

  1. Changes & Disqualifications

The Weavers Bounty Raid reserves the right to make changes, amendments, or additions to these Rules, Raid details, or any other aspect of the event at any time. The Weavers Bounty Raid reserves the right to disqualify any Participant who violates these Rules, engages in unethical conduct, or fails to comply with the instructions or decisions of the Weavers Bounty Raid.

  1. Code of Conduct

Adhere to the Weavers Bounty Raid official Code of Conduct. Inappropriate or offensive content results in disqualification. Sign the code of conduct during application. Maintain professionalism in online communications and team interactions. Avoid cheating, such as presenting others' work or updating submissions post-deadline. Show respect to all participants, organizers, judges, and sponsors. No tolerance for discrimination, harassment, or bullying. Ensure your project aligns with the event theme and guidelines.

  1. Code of Conduct Violations

The Weavers Bounty Raid reserves the right to disqualify and exclusion any participant who violates the rules and code of conduct from the current and future events. Serious violations may result in legal action.

  1. Have Fun

Remember that Weavers Bounty Raids are about learning, creativity, and innovation. Enjoy the experience and make new friends.

  1. Feedback and Improvement

We’d love to hear from you, please share any questions or concerns with the hackathon via the Weavers Discord server.

  1. Contact

Any inquiries, assistance, or technical support will be available throughout the event on the Weavers Discord server.

Conclusion

Embark on an incredible journey with us at the Weavers Bounty Raid! Your participation signifies your commitment to these rules and our positive code of conduct. Embrace the spirit of collaboration, innovation, and fun. We can't wait to share this remarkable Raid experience with you!

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