If you would like to host a contest site, reach out to us (in German or English) at email@example.com!
Below, you can find a (possibly incomplete) checklist of things we think you should do to make you contest site a success. If you have any questions about a specific task, we are happy to help out — we try our best to make hosting a contest site as easy as possible.
If you plan on competing while being involved in organising a contest site, please let us know immediately. We will try to make things work, but please note that you will have to have at least one non-competing person helping you, as you are not allowed to e.g. receive the problem set before the start of the contest in order to print it.
Note that there is a mailing list for all German coaches, contest site organisers, and problem authors. If you plan on hosting a contest site, or otherwise getting involved in the organisation of this (or the next) contest and are not yet on the list, let us know if you would like to join!
- Each team should be provided with exactly one computer.
- The computer should have an empty account (not containing any special files or programs). Common IDEs, editors, and compilers for the allowed programming languages should be installed (perhaps ask the participants about their preferences some time beforehand).
- Ensure that each team can work comfortably, i.e. provide enough chairs and one or more sufficiently large table(s) per team etc.