The number of ETH* events has grown incredibly recently, so it would be a good idea to start categorizing and archiving information about these events for future generations. Every event can be considered a unique piece of art in some way, not only because of the graphic design or content, but also the atmosphere.
At the same time, we would like to make it as open as possible, where anyone can edit or add to the data and distribute the data as decentralized as possible.
I have already started implementing this project - the working title is
chronicle. See below for more information.
- basic event data (name, date and time, venue, links…)
- attendance data (expected and real)
- contributors (speakers, mentors, judges, team…)
- partners and sponsors: how the event was funded
- event web - archiving like web.archive.org
- graphic content - logos, posters and other materials
- data about each talk, workshop, etc.
- hackathon: details about the hackathon (number of hackers, projects, prizes, bounties, platform…)
- post-event materials: photos, videos (aftermovie…)
The application can be found at:
I decided to start simple, so I created a GitHub repository where the information is stored in YAML files, and builded into single JSON, which can be easily stored on IPFS or other distributed storage, link below:
Output can be consumed as single JSON at this URL:
|family||family.yaml||Family of events (for example ETHGlobal)|
|series||series.yaml||Series of events in chronological order (for example ETHPrague, ETHBerlin…)|
Here is an example of the definition of a specific event (source):
name: EthereumZurich series: ethereumzurich types: [ conference, hackathon ] date: "2023-04-14" days: 3 place: Zurich region: europe country: ch host_name: DuckTape/PWN attendees: 800 attendees_real: 489 links: web: https://ethereumzuri.ch/ hackathon: hackers: 100 hackers_real: 71 hacker_application_platform: typeform projects: 16 project_submission_platform: devfolio project_submission_url: https://ethereumzurich.devfolio.co/ prizes_total: 5000 USD prizes: - name: Open track - quadratic voting [1st place] amount: 1500 USD - name: Open track - quadratic voting [2st place] amount: 1000 USD - name: Open track - quadratic voting [3st place] amount: 500 USD - name: Judges' favourites [1st place] amount: 2000 USD bounties_total: 3750 USD bounties: - name: Gelato Web3 Functions amount: 750 USD - name: DataverseOS Web3 Functions amount: 1000 USD - name: API3 DAO - Use of first-party oracles amount: 1000 USD - name: PWN bounty amount: 1000 USD aftermovie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWJoMOSDgu0