Kivy, an open source project for building cross platform applications and user interfaces, is announcing its 1st programming contest. The contest will start with the publication of official rules on January 1st. Registrations will be accepted through January 25th, and submissions will be accepted through January 31st. Prizes include Nvidia Tegra 2 android tablets from NotionInk, One-year “bronze” plans and t-shirts.
The goal of the contest is to encourage interested developers to learn more about Kivy, which is a cross platform Application and User Interface software library for the python programming language. Kivy applications run on Linux, Windows, OSX, Android (and iOS). The framework supports most inputs protocols and devices like WM_Touch, WM_Pen, Mac OS X Trackpad and Magic Mouse, single/multi touch screens, Mtdev, Linux Kernel HID, TUIO, and uses pure hardware accelerated rendering to enable developers to really take user interfaces to a new level.
The contest is sponsored by NotionInk, an indian company that designs tablets PCs, and Github, a web-based hosting service for software developments projects.
Join the contest at : http://kivy.org/#contest