This is a place to share notes about OpenHatch.
Wondering what OpenHatch is? Check out the main site, the project overview, or ask us directly on #openhatch IRC channel on Freenode. You might also want to subscribe to our mailing list or Events List.
We're re-organizing! Pardon the mess.
Want to get involved with OpenHatch? The easiest and best way to do that is to join us on IRC. We have two regular monthly meetings - a release meeting, and an "IRC office hour" - which you can get informed about by joining the mailing list. Or you can just come by! There's almost always someone around.
You can also browse our source code and our documentation.
Specific ways you can get involved
- Work on one of the issues in our issue tracker.
- Work on a hand-picked first task from one of our affiliated projects.
- Do you contribute to or maintain an open source project? Make it an affiliated project.
- Add to our training missions (ie tutorials):
- Add information to these in-progress wiki pages:
- Open Source Comes to Campus is a series of weekend workshops at colleges to teach students how to get involved in open source software.
- Python and data science workshops
- Other events
More OpenHatch guides and materials
Useful documentation/information that has yet to find a proper home
To edit the main openhatch website's css, go here.
Pages to sort:
- Google Summer of Code
- We use PiratePads to do collective editing.
- Case studies of how people got involved in open source projects
- Mission suggestions
- Student immersion
- Getting the word out
- Big picture (Feb 2011) (historical)
- Build it
- Thinking about missions (historical)
- Choosing a forum
- Python user groups 2013
- Press mentions
Pages that are inactive
You can find archived pages in Category:Archived.