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OCTOBER 19 - 20

BRUSSELS

HACKATHON

LEAGUE OF LABELS

A 48-hour hackathon with MIRACLE

€5,000 to win

Join the webinar next tuesday to understand what is the MIRACLE project

Make life easier for content providers : make this new common data model cross borders!

CHALLENGE

You have 48 hours to create any kind of app, following only two criteria :  


Using MIRACLE & dealing with age labels (for parental control, remote, adult content...).  


You can...

Create

entertainment apps

Help distributors and VOD platforms such as Netflix

Create new services or plugins to protect the online activity of minors

Improve

parental control

Mix and match media-related APIs with MIRACLE-based APIs... Be creative!

Make age labelling grow up !

20 EA GAMES

1st Prize :

3 000 €

PRIZEPOOL

2nd Prize :

2 000 €

Including:

Battlefield 4 Premium Edition

Battlefield 4 Premium Edition uncut

Dragon Age Inquisition

Fifa 16

What sets you apart? Now you can use it to help your team win. 

IDEA

GENERATOR

Design can change everything-draw your mark

on the world!

You have the next generation labelling idea? Come and share it!

DESIGNER

PROFILES

DEVELOPER

Are your precision skills also legendary? Your skills can be the new tomorrow!

ENGINEER

SUPER POWER

If you're tired of coding in the dark, develop a new future with us.

MIRACLE'S DATA MODEL

The MIRACLE specification aims at providing a common data scheme for electronic age classification information.

It's basically a flexible XML vocabulary for age-related media metadata (e.g. movies, games, apps, websites).

Built on existing age labelling practises, this data model provides age classifications in a platform-neutral way across borders and devices,  enabling software and electronic services to easily exchange and process data,  

leading to cost synergies for content and service providers and more information parents and consumers want.

FSM offers a translation service that maps age-de.xml content on MIRACLE elements.

MIRACLE'S APIs

JusProg provides an API for its renowned filter list classifying millions of websites for parental control systems. 

NICAM is a database of around 46.000 classifications already accessible by third parties via the API.

BBFC is classification of cinema films since 1912 and videos/ DVDs since 1984.

NCBI is a unique national context that no electronic labels or online classifications are in place yet.

PEGI is a database of age classifications for video game products in the form of an official license.

FURTHER API SUGGESTIONS

   WEBINAR

Stephan Dreyer

Senior Researcher at the Hans Bredow Institut for Media Research

MIRACLE Project Co-ordinator

Phil Archer

Data Activity Lead at W3C

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General Areas of Expertise

Web standards and their creation / Semantic Web

 eGov & Open Data / Online Safety & Trust, rating systems


http://www.hackathon.com/
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October 13

9:30     Opening & breakfast 

9:45     Pitches session 

10:20   Technical workshop 

12:00   Lunch 

13:00   Coding time 

18:00   Training session 

19:30   Dinner 

18:00   Stephan Dreyer presentation

18:30   Phil Archer presentation     

19:00   Questions & Answers

8:30     Breakfast 

12:00   Lunch 

15:00   End of coding 

15:30   Final demos 

18:00   Winners announcement 

18:15   Closing drink 

October 20

AGENDA

HACKATHON

October 19

WEBINAR

An invitation and a link will be sent you by email two hours before the webinar.

WHERE

PRAGUE HOUSE

Avenue Palmerston 16

1000 Brussels

Belgium

THE MIRACLE CONSORTIUM

PARTNERS

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