If my repo is public, do I still need a deployed link to share? Also how do I share the credentials?
Hey @trace, according to the submission guidelines, yes, you need to have a public URL pointing to your deployed project, if in case your code is private you can provide access to the said email address.
To share the credentials you can probably use the project details section of the submission to add testing instructions and have a set of test credentials already set up and ready to go!
- Provide a URL to your code repository for judging and testing.
- If private please grant access to email@example.com.
- Provide a public URL to the Project.
- Provide testing instructions for judges to test the Project’s results.
- Include a video (about 3 minutes) that demonstrates your submission. Videos must be uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, or Facebook Video and made public.
- Provide a description of how you leverage SCIM, OIDC etc. in your app.
- The completed submission form on Devpost before the deadline.
You should not provide your credential, please use .env and put the credential there. I provided steps to run the code and needed dependencies to install such as npm install --save passport-openidconnect
Yes you need to share deployed link so that they can run and test/check your project and also provide a description of how you leverage SCIM, OIDC etc. in your app.