Product Hunt Weekly Digest
November 11th, 2018

Your invite to the Makers Festival

Last year we ran our first ever hackathon online with over 4,000 makers participating from all over the world. 🌎

This year we’re calling our 2018 hackathon a Makers Festival, welcoming all types of makers to build together over Thanksgiving week. It’s a chance to connect with other makers to solve interesting problems, challenge yourselves to create something from scratch and win your very own kitty award (more on that later). 😉

Who is Makers Festival for?

Makers Festival is for everyone! Not just coders. All types of Makers and Creators are welcome to participate: Designers, photographers, illustrators, artists, writers, videographers, etc.

What can you make?

You can make anything — it doesn’t have to be an app, bot or website. It might be an e-book, interview series, photography collection, a painting, a song, etc.

Rules:

* There's no restriction on team size
* All participants must sign up here
* All participants must complete all three assignments (Project page, Upcoming page and Medium post)
* All participants must complete their submission form by November 24 at 11pm PST
* Winners will be chosen by the Product Hunt community with our team’s input, and the winners will be announced on November 26 right here in the Product Hunt newsletter 🙌

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