The home of Devtoberfest 2020 - an open celebration of what makes us developers – coding and collaboration!
Finalist are announced and voting for the overall winner is now complete: https://blogs.sap.com/2020/11/09/devtoberfest-contest-voting/. Voting closed on Monday, November 23rd!
| Date | Description | | ---------------- | ---------------- | | Sep 23 at 1700 CEST (UTC+2) | Community Speed Networking | | Oct 12 - 16 | Community Open Source Week | | Oct 23 at 1830 - Nov 2 at 0001 PST (UTC-8) | Build Week | | Nov 2 one minute past midnight Pacific Standard Time (UTC-8) | Final Deadline for all commits to projects to be considered in the contest | | Nov 2 - Nov 6 | SAP Judging | | Nov 9 | Announcement of Finalists | | Nov 9 - Nov 23 | Community Voting |
This special session is an opportunity for project leads of contest entrants to come together and explain their project goals/vision and to recruit member to help them out during the upcoming build week. You can of course attend if you just want to learn about all the great community projects. But if you are looking for a project to join, this is your chance to learn about some of the possible options. Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020
Devtoberfest 2020 from SAP – An open celebration of what makes us developers – Coding and Collaboration!
This is an eight week celebration by developers, for developers to kick off the SAP TechEd 2020 season.
Even if you aren't sure yet if you want to create or contribute to an open source project, everyone is welcome to attend any of the educational enablement sessions. We encourage anyone interested to please register via Eventbrite. We can use this registration to inform you of any important information about Devtoberfest.
If you want to participate in the contest/building challenge, then you must register as an individual with Eventbrite.
In order to track the open source projects that will be judged, we also ask that you add the URL to your project in the entry.txt via pull request.
For a current list of contest entries and details about their projects, please see details here
For more information on the role of Open Source in the SAP world: https://developers.sap.com/open-source.html.
If you are an SAP employee and interested in participating in this event; we also welcome your contributions. However please review this SAP internal only wiki link on the process.
The topics for our educational enablement sessions are all listed here: https://github.com/SAP-samples/sap-devtoberfest-2020/tree/master/topics.
This is an initial list and we will be adding more sessions and details as the event progresses.
We have an overview schedule of topics per week visible here in the Kanban board for the project. Each topic page will also list the detailed dates, times and URLs. Once you register for the event, we will also notify you via e-mail of the major events in the schedule.
All of the scheduled content is available in a public Google Calendar so that you can bring the events into your own calendar and get reminders for each of them. Alternatively, if you're subscribed to the SAP Developers YouTube Channel you can get reminder notifications for individual live stream and premiere videos.
Questions about the event? Or the judging? Need some help getting your open source project? Or maybe you have a follow up question after participating in one of the educational enablement sessions? For any question or comment related to Devtoberfest we ask that you please create an issue in this repository.
The legal terms and conditions of for this event are detailed in the TOC.
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