From OpenHatch wiki
- "Out in the Open: The Crusade to Bring More Women to Open Source", Wired, July 2014
- "OpenHatch: Non-profit advises projects, helps volunteers", Linux Magazine
- "Open Source in Boston", About.com
- "Getting started: Training missions", Sourceforge.net
- "GHC '14 - OpenHatch Open Source Workshop & Getting Into GitHub", Red Hat Community News
- "How To Get Started In Open Source", ReadWriteWeb
- "Open source software event to take place", The Rensselaer Polytechnic
Mentions in news articles:
- "Why You Should Get Involved With Open-Source", Huffington Post
- "Getting GitHub: Why journalists should know and use the social coding site", KnightLab
- "Women Have a Long Way to Go in Open Source", Dice.com
- "A Look at Student Mentoring and Linux Learners Student Day", Linux.com
Possible mentions in journal articles (unconfirmed, found via Google Scholar):
- "Involving older adults in the design and development of free/open source software"
- "How to involve students in FOSS projects"
- "Development of a Theory-grounded Socialization Framework to Investigate Newcomer Socialization in Free/Open Source Software Communities"
- "It's Not Only about Writing Code: An Investigation of the Notion of Citizenship Behaviors in the Context of Free/Libre/Open Source Software Communities"
Interviews and self-published sources:
- "Welcomed, Even If It's By a Robot", In Beta podcast
- "OSI Fiscal Sponsorships Extends Opportunities: OpenHatch", Open Source Initiative newsletter (also mentioned at "Interview: Simon Phipps, a computer scientist and open source advocate")
- "OpenHatch.org Workshop on Open Source Software", student club website