The GLH is going to have a remote option this year. Discord is an excellent platform to participate remotely, find a team, and create a solution.
We want our Discord to be a safe, inclusive community for everyone, so we do have terms and conditions, and by joining the Discord instance you are agreeing to adhere to these.
Register for our discord server at https://discord.gg/33bStty.
Remote competitors please join our Discord Server. We will update information here throughout the weekend. Starting March 6th, 2020 5:00PM GMT, you can post your ideas and video in #pitch-videos. Also join #find-team to find a team to share your ideas, skills, and form teams. Join one of the voice channels to communicate with your team.
How do I use discord?
Discord is a similar app to Slack. It allows users to have group voice calls, share screens, and integrate with thousands of other apps. Here is a quick guide to using Discord.
Voice and video calls
You can also use Discord to make group video and voice calls.
Remote Participation Rules
All users must sign the GLH Rules to qualify for future rounds of the competition: GLH Official Rules
A virtual judging panel will be using this rubric to judge remote teams: Round One Judging Rubric
Teams must fill out the Team Submission Form by March 8, 2020, 11:59PM GMT. Information collected includes Deck, Link to demo, Video Pitched, Written Description, and Detailed team information.
Solutions will be judged by a virtual judging panel within about a week after the competition under the Public and Private categories. Teams may also compete in any Challenges that are also provided. Top 10% of teams will move on to the second judging round.
There is a #help channel. If you need anything or have questions or an issue, don’t hesitate to post.
Don’t be shy about saying hello or @ing people to ask for help if you see someone that is useful or helping others. It’s a busy weekend, everyone is here to help each other.