fbctf - Platform to host Capture the Flag competitions

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The Facebook CTF is a platform to host Jeopardy and “King of the Hill” style Capture the Flag competitions.The FBCTF platform was designed with flexibility in mind, allowing for different types of installations depending on the needs of the end user. The FBCTF platform can be installed either in Development Mode, or Production Mode.

https://github.com/facebook/fbctf

Dependencies:

d3 : ^3.5.16
dropkickjs : 2.1.10
hoverintent-jqplugin : ^0.2.1
jquery : ^2.2.3
keycode : ^2.1.1
typed.js : ^1.1.1
bxslider : 4.2.6

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