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I have to schedule a hackathon with Open Source developers. We want to use only Open Source solutions.

Constraints:

  • we don't want to host the application by ourselves → it has to be an existing website
  • we don't want to force/to be forced to give our email addresses → it has to be usable without inscription
  • we can make mistakes → polls and answers has to be editable
  • if possible, we are looking for something also usable to do little polls (not only date polls)

Is there an Open Source alternative to Doodle?

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Since I stumbled upon this useful question that has no direct answer, I went through the list at alternativeto as suggested by @Mawg in the comments of the question.

Dudle fulfills all the requested points and has proven useful in its first usage.

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    Oh thanks, I'll see how it works :) – darckcrystale Jan 15 '19 at 13:49
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https://github.com/lukevella/Rallly - Rallly is a free collaborative scheduling service https://rallly.co

.also with docker-compose

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  • Please post a screenshot showing how it can be used in the scenario of this question. Also, please say for each constraint whether Rallly fulfills it or not. Without this info, your answers will be deleted per meta.softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/questions/356/… – Nicolas Raoul Oct 14 '19 at 23:47
  • @nicolas I dont know what your problem is, this suggestion is perfectly fine. All we need is a name. He even provided a link. Screenshot, really? He does not have to repeat what already is stated on the github page. – roothahn Nov 29 '19 at 9:03

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