This is a place to share notes about OpenHatch.
Wonder what OpenHatch is?
Google Summer of Code
OpenHatch had applied to participate in Google Summer of Code 2011 under the Python Software Foundation umbrella. EDIT: Unfortunately we didn't make it this year, but we have 2 options for next year - Applying on our own or joining GSoc under the Django umbrella.
Some quick links:
Want to hack or fork OpenHatch's code?
Goody gumdrops! Visit our pages about hacking OpenHatch.
In particular, Write a new training mission.
Or look at our small project ideas.
Want to tell us to crawl your project's bug tracker?
Visit our Bug trackers page.
We wish someone would write a general page on enabling your project on OpenHatch.
All about the Starling project
Want to see our random, collectively-edited thoughts?
- 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
- Abandonware - How to revive an abandoned project.
- Big picture (Feb 2011) thinking
- Boston Python workshop
- How to join the development process
- Build it
Useless, thinking-out-loud pages
Pages that are inactive
You can find archived pages in Category:Archived.