You can use Bitbucket or GitHub as a repository. However, you must provide access to it. As per the rules:
Access must be provided to an Entrant’s working Project for judging and testing by providing a link to a website, code repository, functioning demo, or a test build. If Entrant’s website is private, Entrant must include login credentials in its testing instructions. If Entrant’s repository is private, Entrant must provide access to email@example.com.
> by providing a link to a website, code repository, functioning demo, or a test build
Hm... I supposed, that only one of that required. (OR used in desription).
I mean, if link to demo is provided - why would anybody need access to sources? I doubt that judges will have time to dig into them :)
Yes - sorry for confusing you :) We need either a code repo OR access to the app deployed somewhere.
If you opt for the code repo, you can use any repository service as long as we're given access to it before the deadline. Testing@devpost.com has accounts set up for Github, BitBucket, and Gitlab but we've also been sent Google Drive folders or zip files.