Any entry that does not comply with these rules will be automatically disqualified.
Each entry must be accompanied by a text file (.txt) specifying its author (or authors) and including a contact email address. All the references used must also be included.
The entries must be original and royalty free. They must be previously unpublished.
Except for the fast compos, whose theme will be announced during the party, the other productions can have been prepared in advance, which is our recommendation to make sure it can be enjoyed to the utmost.
The materials used in the contests must either be free of copyright (that is, have been created in full by the participants, be in the public domain, or be Creative Commons with possibility of derivatives) or the participants must have a valid licence to be able to use them (for example, relevant licences must have been obtained in the case of commercial photographs or audio samples).
The entries must be submitted on a pen drive or by means of the production FTP.
Any entries that cannot be shown using the compo machine must be accompanied by the machine for which they have been developed.
- They shall be subject to the relevant tax withholdings.
- They shall be paid by bank transfer before the end of the year. The payment details must be emailed to the event organisers within the set period.
Software or Hardware prizes:
- The winners must collect the prizes in person during the prize giving ceremony. However, the prize can be collected at the ceremony by the person that the winner appoints before hand, in writing and attaching the ID of the winner. No software or hardware prize can be collected outside the prize giving ceremony.
The period to appeal the contest results will be seven calendar days following the party. No further appeals will be accepted after that date.