•   7 months ago

Must our submission somehow provide source code? If so, how ?

How do we verify to you that our web app was developed in Flutter?
Do we need to supply complete source code or not?
The rules are confusing -- there is a reference to "private code repository" and the need to provide access credentials,
but it is NOT clear if we are required to use a repository at all !?

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  • Manager   •   7 months ago

    Thanks for your interest in Flutter Puzzle Hack! The rules state:

    “Access must be provided to an entrant’s working Application for judging and testing by providing a link to a website, functioning demo, or a test build. If an entrant's code repository is private, entrant must include login credentials in its testing instructions. The Application must be public.”

    Please update your submission to include your code repository and link to working application.

    Best,

  •   •   7 months ago

    This does not answer the question. Is providing source code a requirement? or is it optional? If required, what are the acceptable ways to provide access to source code. For example, would a downloadable .zip file of project code be acceptable? The rules are very ambiguous so please clarify -- don't just quote the ambiguous rules. Thanks

  • Manager   •   7 months ago

    Yes, you must provide source code. The preferred method for this is to include the Github link to your code repository.

  •   •   7 months ago

    Thank you for this clarification. So a GitHub link is PREFERRED, but what other alternatives are there?
    We are not using a GitHub repository, so it would be easier to provide a link to the project directories (we could host those
    on the same server that hosts our web app -- would that qualify as an acceptable alternative? Thanks

  • Manager   •   7 months ago

    Yes, as long as we have access to the project directories that should be fine.

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