In order to help the community make an informed decision about which æpp submission to support, we have prepared four short video introductions.
We would like to thank all Hackathon participants for contributing and submitting æpps!
All æpps can now be voted for until 13 December 2017 18:00 CET.
The three æpp contenders with the most “I Agree” votes (“Disagrees” will not be counted), will have another 24 hours after community voting ends to optimize their apps. After these 24 hours, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place will be picked by our jury.
The winner will receive 5000 AE, the runner up 2000 AE and third place will win 1000 AE.
Without further ado, here are the five æpp contestants in æternity’s online Hackathon:
1) Flicker Film
This is a decentralized app (dApp) inspired by the flicker films of the late artist Paul Sharits.
This is a decentralized æpp made with Angular implementing an authorization endpoint for the OAuth2 authorization protocol. More specific, the endpoint for the implicit authorization flow. In this flow, the æpp takes the place of the authorization server, providing a way to authenticate individuals (in combination with the identity-manager) and issue JSON Web Tokens usable for authentication at a resource server.
3) Token-Curated Registry
A basic implementation of Mike Goldin’s token-curated registry design, allowing contributors to submit a short text for inclusion in a whitelist, curators to challenge and vote on whether items should be removed from the whitelist, and consumers to view the whitelist as a list on a webpage.
An æpp for spontaneous event planning. 🙂
An æpp that builds trust and friendship upon strangers.
[no demo is available for this app]
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