The Drupal Camp London Awards competition is open to all organisations and individuals involved in designing, building, managing, maintaining, marketing, or promoting Drupal websites. The following competition rules and guidelines apply to Drupal Camp London Awards submissions, an event inspired by the international Splash Awards. This page contains the competition rules and some helpful guidelines for making sure the entry process goes smoothly.
The following rules are meant to maintain fairness and consistency for all Drupal Camp London Awards organised.
Terms and Conditions of entry / usage
Registration is open to everyone for the fee of 149.50 GBP per case during the regular submission period (until February 29th, 2020).
Each company can enter a maximum of five cases for the Drupal Camp London Awards.
All entries must be original and based on the Open Source project Drupal. The entrant either owns the work or has permission from a client or other appropriate party to enter the work, with all rights granted therein. In the event that an entrant without such rights submits an entry, the entrant will not be eligible for the competition. The Drupal Camp London Awards are not liable for any copyright infringement on the part of the entrant.
The project must be online and accessible. Members of the jury should be able to evaluate cases as would any user of the website or system. For tools and platforms that require a login, submissions should also contain a generic login for the jury, consistent with the experience of actual users. If they are not provided, the case will be judged on the limited screenshots provided.
Submission of any entry acknowledges the right of the Drupal Camp London Awards to use it for exhibition, promotion, and publication purposes in any medium, in order to promote the Drupal Camp London Awards or Drupal.
Submitting a case does not guarantee that the event will be held. In case the event is cancelled, your submission will also be annulled and refunded.
The work of the jury
Our international jury will appreciate it when you formulate your answers in English.
The professional jury assesses all submitted cases (see the criteria). The cases with the highest average scores will be awarded in the given categories.
Per category we will nominate a first and second place.
Unacceptable material or disqualification
Entries that contain pornographic material, propagate “hate” messages, make defamatory statements, or which are otherwise offensive are not eligible and will be disqualified.
- Ineligible entries may be disqualified at any phase of the competition without notification.
Code of Conduct
The Drupal Camp London Awards follow the Drupal Community's Code of Conduct. Please follow those guidelines. As a reminder, we will include an abstract of the code of conduct on how we intend to resolve conflicts.
Conflicts in our community can take many forms. Disagreements, social and technical, are normal, but we do not allow them to persist and fester leaving others uncertain of the agreed direction.
We expect individuals to first try to resolve conflicts between themselves in a constructive manner, asking for help when needed. This approach gives people more control over the outcome of their dispute.
If that fails, we escalate the matter to structures with designated leaders to step in and provide clarity and direction. When conflicts do arise there is a thought-out and agreed process for resolving them: Conflict Resolution Policy.
We will not tolerate bullying or harassment of any member of the Drupal community.
If you feel threatened or violated as a result of intimidating, bullying, harassing, abusive, discriminatory, derogatory, or demeaning conduct, please speak up and ask it to stop. If you do not feel that you can speak up, contact the Community Working Group immediately with evidence of the incident. Incidents of bullying and harassment can be reported privately and will be treated seriously and discreetly. Use this Incident Report Form.
Please speak up if you notice someone else being subjected to such behaviour. Refer people to our Code of Conduct and point out such behaviour is unwelcome.