Good question! Start your submission form and you'll see a place to add the email addresses of your teammates or grab a link you can share with them directly that will add them to the submission form. You'll still be able to continue editing the submission form all the way until the deadline.
Sure! On the competition site, you'll see a green button on the top right (in the gray box with the dates). It first will say "Register for this hackathon." After you register, it will say "Get Started." That will take you through the submission form flow. You'll be able to submit it and continue editing until the deadline.
If you want to share the basics of your idea without adding them to your submission, visit your Devpost portfolio (https://devpost.com/TomRiley) and you'll see links to the public view of your projects. Those links can be shared.
If you want them to actually join your submission, you'll add or invite them as teammates in the submission flow. This prevents some of the private questions from being visible to anyone.
Yes! If you are logged in and go to the /participants tab, you'll see yourself listed first. You can edit your team status and also add a little intro blurb if you'd like. I know Tom (above) is also looking for some devs to help him with his idea. You two should connect and see if it's a good fit!
Thank you for your help. I should have seen it myself.
Your book is a wonderful concept and what you are doing here is truly beautiful. Unfortunately, I already started working on a project. If things would have their way, I would definitely love to be a part of what you are doing in the future.
Btw out of curiosity I do have some questions for you. will send them along.