2,354 registrations from 543 different institutions across 59 countriesmakes Codefest the second largest online event in terms of participation ever hosted by a college of Indian Subcontinent.Duration: 3 months
RAD received 169 team registrations comprising of 248 participants.
Contacted 500 colleges, 100 professional institutes in India and 12 international colleges and sent 1500 printed posters. These posters are expected to touch about 200,000 people globally.
Promoted RAD on 60 different active forums, google groups and student communities
Publicized the event through Orkut(600+ friends), facebook, twitter(330 followers).
24 X 7 display of Ribbit, BT and TCS logo on all the codefest pages through out the 2 month long festival.
Total Sponsorship money spent by Ribbit: $2500
Ribbit online workshop conducted by Tim Stevens and Gabby
Codefest team conducted two workshops on Ribbit platform on 6th Feb and 12th Mar.
Conducted webinar on 11th Feb
TCS Ribbit team provided support to Codefest participants.
RAD Applications and Winners
RAD Top 3 Winners vBlog - VoiceBlog application suite Team: Teenovators Developers Karan Jain, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ajay Kumar Gautam , Email: email@example.com BrainyBot - Voice and SMS notifications for special day Team: developerX Developers Himanshu Singh, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Shivasheesh, Email: email@example.com Globe Trotter- Location aware notifications Team: softwizards Developers: Neelotpal Saha , Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Akash Nawani , Email: email@example.com
vBlog is a Voice 2.0 Application which lays down an analogy between the standard Blogger application with additional voice feature support such as dictating your blog contents, managing Voicemails & SMS, posting comments & hearing blog entries via Phone/SMS and many more. Ribbit API used
Ribbit Features Used
Call & SMS features
View & Manage Active Calls
Manage Voicemail & SMS
Request Inbound Number
Create New Users
Play a file to call
Team - developerX
Remote-control Controll your PC by just a phone call. You can call your computer and tell it to do stuff... like:
Delete some folder
Start your web server
Turn on the coffee machine (if it is connected to your computer)
Shut down (don't do that, or you can't tell it anything else!)
How it works:
User calls on the purpose number (provided by the Ribbit), and gives a commands.
The Ribbit server stores the voice message as well as a text version of the voice message.
User's PC polls for new messages on the ribbit server and executes when gets new one
Ribbit Features Used:
Ribbit Java API
Voice to text
Retrieve text messages from Ribbit server.
LIMS – Library Management System DESCRIPTION: Inform the current holders of book about due date via SMS,whenever another user makes reservation on the book. RIBBIT FEATURES: Sending sms through RIBBITmessage service.
BlindCall BlindCall is a fun application which takes social networking to the next level. It lets you talk to a random person of opposite sex, using the Ribbit API! Talk for fun or build a relationship... Now its up to you to woo him/her ;) Focused on Ribbit technologies rather than third-party APIs, it uses the following features- *Calling*Short Messaging Service*Voice mailboxFeatures to be implemented depending on the feedback, user base and reviews-*Call recording*Rate your BlindCall (via DTMF)*Conversation log (Ribbit voice to text service)*Push logs to other social networking sites like FB, Orkut, Twitter etc..*More features depending on how crazy we can get with this :)(Developed by DV and Pushkal, as an entry for Codefest IT-BHU)