The last one was organized at Harvard University, it was a superb event, the pictures from the event spoke volume. If there is another one to be held then try out Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as it is also one of the greatest schools that can give TronDao the best of atmosphere it seeks to achieve.
I am always saying for a hackathon to be interesting and challenging, the tron team should first identify their own problem, make it known to participants and watch them try to find solution in their own possible way.
Last season someone did an ATM machine that won first prize, what other DIY machines can be done by participants that are crypto and blockchain related. The last time it was an ATM machine, next time it could be a vending machine that accepts tron or any other cryptocurrency. Something realistic. We have been dealing with too much abstract things for a long time.
Another suggestion if permitted;
Just as America has alot of prospects in the field of computer programming, i think the team should also come down to Africa and organize some here, most people dont even know something like this exist in the world, just make your presence be known here and i tell you, the kind of things these guys will come up with, you will realise you have all these while been sleeping on a gem. I trust my guys here and i know when they are told to deliver they always set the bar very high.
That is very true, projects owners alone can’t be blame, the problem is in three folds
On the part of administrators not been able to grant project owners access to post their project on time, it has well been explained that Dorahacks holds the keys now, but i think a little coordination from the part of the administrators can help fast track everything.
On the part of project owners; most of them are quite tight will coding and trying all their best to meet their deadlines, but that shouldn’t be an excuse to ignore the community altogether, they should atleast find time to come around maybe once or twice in a day to answer questions.
On the part of community members; it is great to have our own personal opinions and ideas to share, but it seems we are very much buried in our own threads than paying attention to these projects.
I remember @AlexFedotovqq pleading with members here to please check his project out and give suggestions, recommendations and ask questions but it seems his plea nearly fell on deaf ears. We are not here as a community to push our own agenda but to help push the developers to build something better for us all.
It is only when we read their post, try their dapps, watch their videos that we will be able to raise questions where necessary and make recommendations where applicable. We all need to play our part. The project owners alone can’t talk when they are not getting the needed response.
I hope we try as much as possible to give these projects the needed attention they all deserve.