You can become part of the OpenHatch community and make free, open source software a more productive, welcoming place. Here's how:
Answer questions from FLOSS newbies, on IRC and in the web forum
On OpenHatch's IRC channel (#openhatch on chat.freenode.net) and web forum, new contributors to any project can ask questions to help them get started.
If you have experience with open source communities, OpenHatch needs your help making sure people find answers!
File bugs and submit patches to this web app's code
The OpenHatch.org website is in Python and Django. If you want it to do something new, let us know.
File a ticket at https://openhatch.org/bugs/ (you can log in with your existing OpenHatch account) explaining either a problem you've run into, or a new bit of functionality that would improve the experience.
The source code is open and in Github. We encourage you to submit patches, too -- and we'll mentor you to make sure your changes can be deployed as quickly as possible. You can read more on this page: Getting started with the OpenHatch code.
Check out the list of events we organize and consider if you want to run one of these within your community.
OpenHatch is a non-profit and relies on the public for support. We need financial backing to keep achieving our goal of making free software communities diverse, welcoming, and effective.
Please read more at https://openhatch.org/donate/ !
Get in touch
We're always interested in hearing about other ways to make FLOSS (free, libre open source software) a more diverse, welcoming set of communities.
You can read more on the Contact page.