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DINAcon Awards 2018

DINAcon Awards are annually awarded to people or communities who make a difference in the Free Software, Open Data and Digital Sustainability domain.

We encourage you to become part and submit projects or persons you believe should be awarded. The deadline for the application online is 15.8.2018.

If you have any questions, please check out our website ( or feel free to drop us a line at

We very welcome every contribution to the list of award nominees and would love to hear from your project! Please take a couple of minutes to fill in the following form to provide us with the necessary information to be able to consider your project. Feel free to fill in the form in either English, German or French.

If your not a member of a project but have a project in mind which we should consider you can also send us an e-mail to and send us some basic information about why we should consider the project and we'll take care of the rest.
There are 26 questions in this survey.

The official name of the project.

Please describe your project with a short abstract.

Please give us your full name.

Please provide an email address so we can get back to you.

In case you are doing this for a company, what is the name of the company?

Are you part of the project?

In case you are not part of the project, who can we contact from the project? Full name please.

In case you are not part of the project, what is an email address of the contact within the project.

Please provide the logo of your project.

Please provide screenshots, code snippets or other data that describes your project in some visual way aside from the description.

Project File

File name:

File size:

Please provide any further links that help us to get a good overview of your project. This can be: Website, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Slack, ...

Projekt Link

How mature is your project? Still in the early stages or already a rock-solid solution?

When was the project started?

Under which license is your project licensed?

Please describe your dual license or other license in more detail.

Does one need to sign a contributor agreement?

How many different contributors did contribute to the project within the last 12 months?

How many commits did your project receive within the last 12 months? Projects not having a version control system (e.g. Open Data projects or similar) can also specify changesets or similar.

Was this project forked (splitted into different communities) in the past or is this project a fork of an other project? Please describe the situation (was it a friendly/unfriendly fork, what was the reason, what is the current state of the projects that are/were involved).

If your project is based on a (public) GitLab instance, on Github, on Bitbucket, etc. that offers a metric like "followers" or "likes", what is the metric of your project.

Do you have metrics that you would like to share with us, which help us to understand how successful your project is? (downloads, visits on website, registered users, etc.)

Does your project have a non-coder community e.g. UX designer, translator, marketing, etc.? What kind of non- coder people are involved in your project?

Please describe the business case of your project.

How relevant is your project in regard to a commercial use?

This project is important to the world because....

If this project stops its development and ceases to exist, this would be the impact...

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