This is a place to share notes about OpenHatch.
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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.
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 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 Workshops:
* Boston Python workshop * Intermediate Python Workshop (Boston) * Philadelphia Python Workshop * Chicago Python Workshop * Columbus Python Workshop * Indianapolis Python Workshop * Dayton Python Workshop * Montreal Python Workshop * SF Python workshop, October 2012
More OpenHatch guides and materials
Useful documentation/information that has yet to find a proper home
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) thinking
- Build it
- Thinking about missions
- Choosing a forum
- GSoC 2013
- Python user groups 2013
Pages that are inactive
You can find archived pages in Category:Archived.