Quill is HackMIT's hackathon registration portal. For hackers, it's a clean and streamlined interface to submit registration and confirmation information. For hackathon organizers, it's an easy way to manage applications, view registration stats, check-in hackers day-of, and more!View Project
HELPq was originally built for HackMIT, but has been used at hackathons like Blueprint, Meteor Summer Hackathon 2015, WHACK, MakeMIT and WildHacks (among others!).
It is a real-time help queue and mentor management application, targeted at hackathons and classrooms, where there is a need for issues to be claimed and satisfied within minutes. It includes a simple interface for requesting tickets, claiming tickets, administrating users/mentors, and examining metrics.View Project
Gavel is the judging system used at HackMIT. It incorporates a lot of research on mathematical psychology along with fancy math to produce very fair judging results. It's capable of scaling to large events, being used at HackMIT's 1000-person hackathon.View Project
Cog is the hardware checkout system that we beta-tested at HackMIT 2017. It makes it easy for organizers to manage hardware inventory and track which hackers have what, and it allow hackers to quickly find the hardware they want for their hack. Cog is a work in progress that we plan to open-source in late November.Email us if you'd like to get updates!
Each year, HackMIT releases a challenging online puzzle in conjuction with registration. Our 2017 puzzle incorporated our Hack to the Future theme, and featured challenges involving reverse-engineering, CAPTCHAs, secret codes, and neural networks, among many other things!View Project
hubot-conf is a two-part configuration management system for Hubot. It can be used by Hubot script implementors to read configuration values. It can also be used by Hubot users to be able to dynamically set (or override) configuration values through the chat interface.View Project