Student Hackathon Organizers have been building software to make managing their events even easier. Take a look at the following software solutions that you could potentially deploy to manage aspects of your event.
MyMLH - MyMLH is an API that enables hackers to easily share and manage their data in one click. Integrate it into your apps using OAuth.
MLH-Hackathon-Boilerplate - Boilerplate code for any new MLH Member Hackathon looking to build a website integrated with MyMLH. Written entirely in Jekyll, which GitHub pages automatically compiles to make hosting seamless.
omniauth-mlh - The official OmniAuth strategy for MyMLH, making it extremely easy to integrate MyMLH into your existing Ruby/Rails apps.
Nucleus - An extensible and comprehensive hackathon application system that integrates with MyMLH, Slack and more from HackTX. Built using PHP.
HackathonManager - An all-in-one platform for hackathon registration & logistics with support for MyMLH. Accept applications, facilitate RSVPs, coordinate busses, communicate with hackers, and more from a single tool. Built using Ruby on Rails by the codeRIT team.
Quill - A registration system designed especially for hackathons. For hackers, it's a clean and streamlined interface to submit registration and confirmation information. For hackathon organizers, it's an easy way to manage applications, view registration stats, and more! Built using Node.js by the HackMIT team.
HackAssistant - A registration system designed for hackathons. It allows to the hackathon organization team to manage applications including travel reimbursement, applications reviews, project judging, registrations stats and more. Built using Django by the HackUPC and HackCU team.
Slack - A simple, extensible, free to use communication tool that can be used for almost anything at hackathons.
HelpQ - An extensible real-time queue application for mentorship at hackathons. Built using Meteor by the HackMIT team.