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Revision as of 05:33, 18 July 2012

This is the OpenHatch cookbook -- a catalog of tools and events that we have found useful for growing and improving tech meetups and open source software projects, with materials and instructions for how you can replicate and adapt them for your community!

Introductory Programming Workshops

Boston Python Workshop Curriculum, checklists, and guides for running an introductory programming workshop for women and their friends. Primary materials are for teaching Python, but we also have resources for Ruby on Rails (via Railsbridge) and Scala.

Project Nights

Free Software Contribution Workshops for Students

Open Source Comes to Campus

Newcomer Inclusion Contests

Starling bounties Fedora Design Bounties

Build-It Days

Build it

  • Playtest your docs
  • Make a screencast of somebody setting up a devel install of your project and put the video on your Get Involved page!

Bitesize Bugs

Community Metrics

Notes from a CLS 2012 session on community metrics, including a mind map of all (?) the community metrics one might track

Notes from Asheesh's session on running surveys

Gentoo tracking GSoC student retention

Automated Learning Tools

Training missions (trypython/tryruby/codecademy/codingbat/etc) Mission suggestions

Diversity Statements and Codes of Conduct

Dreamwidth's diversity statement

ThinkUp's developer guide: "Welcome! You are a programmer! The ThinkUp project eagerly welcomes new contributors from all communities, even if you don’t think of yourself as a programmer. (Yet!)"

Geek Feminism Wiki's example Code of Conduct for conferences

If you have any questions on how to run a successful event or use these materials effectively, or are otherwise interested in open tech community outreach, please sign up for the OpenHatch Events mailing list.

All of these materials are both free as in beer and free as in speech to use. If you do use them, though, we at OpenHatch would love to hear about how it goes, either on the Events mailing list or a guest post on our blog!