dribdat is an open source application that enables more diverse and impactful sprints, hackathons, and open collaboration: we use it to collect play-by-play details, track and coach teams, document all the results in one place in real time, with less constraints and more attention to open licenses and fair conditions than most other platforms of the type.
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- With all your challenges and projects on one page, you can get clean, well-referenced profiles of your work, and generate rich online profiles to bring home the impact that your teams are having.
- Connect your project data from GitHub, GitLab, Gitea, Bitbucket, Etherpad, HackMD, DokuWiki, Google Docs & more! Easily embed screenshots, web collaboration apps, videos and social media content.
- Progress along the built-in dribdat pipeline - with the option of applying your own system of checkpoints and milestones. Ask your teams pointed questions to guide their development. See how far you get!
- Every commit counts, with a built in mechanism for sharing dribs: short updates and commit logs. Single-Sign On and integration is available with GitHub, Slack, MS Teams, and more.
Learn what really gets your people into the flow. Stem design thinking practices with cooperative bootstraps to make the most of your valuable time together.
Apply open licenses and a Code of Conduct by default. Connect to the net's most popular dev platforms. Did we already mention that dribdat is entirely open source?
The platforms that dribdat is built on, are the same bootstraps that our participants use:Python Pallets Postgres FlipDown Bootstrap HTML5
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