•   about 1 month ago

Open source requirement

Our intention would be to deliver all the Near/Aurora code i.e. smart contracts as open source with MIT or Apache license.
Yet, the front-end app code we'd like to keep as closed source (partly due to security).

If this were to case, would we meet requirements or does the entire codebase need to be made in public repos?
For the closed source front-end is it an option to send an invitation to the private GitHub repo for the judges to perform their review?

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  • Manager   •   about 1 month ago

    Hey Nathan,
    Are you applying for the Web2 to Web3 track? If the project existed before the hackathon in Web2 space, we don't require public repos of everything.
    If the project is built from scratch as a Native track submission, we would like to review all of your code. If you choose to keep some repos private, we won't take them into consideration when judging your project. This might potentially impact your final scores, but as long as the smart contracts are open for review, the project is eligible.
    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Cheers,
    Maria

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