Are open-source apps eligible?

Are open-source apps eligible?

I was just wondering if I could submit an open-source application for Fast Track 2010 or Dollars for Download 2010. In the article (http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/million-dollar-development-fund-details) it just states free or paid applications and I'm not sure if it means free as in closed source or free as in open source or both. I would be glad if someone could clarify that for me.
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I read it as open source would be covered since it is "free". Intel will confirm shortly as the EU team will be waking up in a few hours.

As per the below message from (http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/million-dollar-development-fund-terms-and-conditions), for a open source app NO sdk integration is required so does an open source app eligible for the Funds.
Why is it taking so long for Intel team to respond to this post, it's a urgent query so kindly resply ASAP.

Submission Requirements:
To be eligible, any submitted application must use Intel Atom Developer Program SDK (in particular the IsAuthorized API) and the application has to comply with the program validation guidelines. You may submit more than one application. However, each submission must be substantially unique (at the sole discretion of Intel) to qualify for these prizes.

Thanks.

Hello,

I will check this and post the answer to your question here. Thanks for this question.

Best Regards

Andre B.

Technical Support Team
Intel® Atom™ Developer Program
Intel® AppUp(SM) Center

Can anybody reply to this at the earliest.

We are already developing many apps because Development Funds is encouraging if it's not aplicable for open source apps we can stop this work and focus on something else.

Rest assured Intel Support is working hard to get a solid answer for you. Please remember this is still a Beta, and many things must be discussed by multiple departments to reach an answer. EU Support will be back online shortly and we will have an answer.

Hi All,

It's clearly mentioned that open source apps are eligible for Development Fund contest and no need to use SDK.

http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/million-dollar-development-fund-terms-and-conditions

Thanks,
Khan

Khan

Hello All,

we have updated the Terms and Conditions:

Quote:
"To be eligible, any submitted application must use Intel Atom Developer Program SDK (in particular the IsAuthorized API) except in the case of open source applications. No SDK is required for open source applications. "

http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/million-dollar-development-fund-terms-and-conditions

Best Regards

Andre B.

Technical Support Team
Intel® Atom™ Developer Program
Intel® AppUp(SM) Center

That is a great decision by Intel, this means everyone should be hard at work on their closed or open source projects :)

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