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====Open Source Comes to Campus (OSCTC) is a workshop designed to teach students how to get involved in open source software. We have a [http://campus.openhatch.org/ website] and a [https://github.com/openhatch/open-source-comes-to-campus github repository] for materials.====
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====Want to see what we teach? Take a look at our [[Open_Source_Comes_to_Campus/Curriculum | curriculum]].====
=== Criteria for Selecting Locations ===
 
   
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====Want to run your own event? Check out [http://campus.openhatch.org/ the main website] or [http://osctc-planning.github.io/ take a look at our planning process].====
* How many attendees are we likely to get? As a general heuristic, if the CS program is more than 100 people, we're likely to get enough people for a good event.
 
* Is there a good host organization - an ACM, Women in CS group - that can follow up on the workshop with project nights or other events to keep people involved?
 
* Is it easy for us to get to? Can we get funding to pay for our travel?
 
* Is there a pool of local volunteers - for instance, from local user groups, or from the CS program - that can help mentor at the event?
 
   
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====The [[Open Source Comes to Campus/Logistics | logistics page]] talks about some of the nitty-gritty, like how to find a space or advice for ordering food.====
=== Future events with Status: Likely, or higher ===
 
   
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If you spot any problems with any part of OSCTC, or have any suggestions for how to improve it, you can leave an issue in our [https://github.com/openhatch/open-source-comes-to-campus/issues issue tracker] or just tell us via [http://openhatch.readthedocs.org/en/latest/community/contact.html IRC or email].
* Baltimore
 
** Status: ACM says yes!
 
** Dates: Thu Sep 13 + Sat Sep 15.
 
** Links: [[Open Source Comes to Campus/JHU|Public event page]], [[Open Source Comes to Campus/JHU/Staff|Staff info page]]
 
** JHU
 
*** First day of classes: Tue, Sep 4 2012 [https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fweb.jhu.edu%2Fregistrar%2Facademic_dates%2F20122013.pdf&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** ACM - ACM officers approved event. They still need to approve the budget.
 
**** WiCS (women in computer science) [http://www.cs.jhu.edu/wics/] - Asheesh is in touch with Dr. Selinski about doing outreach there
 
   
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* Illinois
 
** UIUC
 
** Status: UIUC ACM says yes. We need to find co-instructors before committing.
 
*** Dates: Lecture on Oct 6. Full day, Oct 7.
 
*** First day of classes: August 27, 2012 [http://www.registrar.illinois.edu/registration/deadlines_FALL2012.html]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** WCS (Women in Computer Science) [https://wiki.engr.illinois.edu/display/wcs/Home]: officers list [https://wiki.engr.illinois.edu/display/wcs/Home] - perhaps try President Lavanya Iyer (iyer6@illinois.edu) or webmaster Julia Syi (syi10@illinois.edu)?
 
**** ACM (potential host) [http://www.acm.uiuc.edu/]: general questions (acm@uiuc.edu), other contacts [http://www.acm.uiuc.edu/contact/]
 
 
=== Planning ===
 
 
Places I'd like to take the tour:
 
 
* San Francisco
 
** Berkeley
 
*** First day of classes: Thursday, August 23 2012 [http://registrar.berkeley.edu/CalendarDisp.aspx?terms=current]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** AWE (undergraduate women in CS group [http://www-inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~auwicsee/contact.html] (contact info at link)
 
**** WISCE (graduate women in CS group) [http://www-inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~wicse/]: outreach coordinator Colleen Lewis - ColleenL@berkeley.edu
 
**** HackBerkeley (potential host) [http://hackersatberkeley.com/]: contact Workshop Team: workshops@hackersatberkeley.com
 
**** Contacted HackBerkeley on 2012-07-23. We'll see what they say!
 
** Stanford
 
*** First day of classes: Mon Sep 24 [http://studentaffairs.stanford.edu/registrar/academic-calendar-1213]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** WIC (women in computer science) [https://www.stanford.edu/group/wics/cgi-bin/wordpress/]: mailing list: wics-board@lists.stanford.edu (no other contact info on page)
 
**** ACM (potential host) [http://stanfordacm.com/]: acm-officers@lists.stanford.edu
 
** SFSU
 
*** First day of classes: Friday, August 31, 2012 [http://apps.sfsu.edu/cgi-bin/student/webcalendar.search?calid=2&previous=Y&keyword=Fall%20%2712]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** WiSE (women in science and engineering - no CS specific group)[http://www.sfsu.edu/~cse/wise/index.html]: cose323@sfsu.edu
 
**** ACM (potential host) [http://sfsu.acm.org/] - no contact info on page
 
 
* Other California schools
 
** Caltech (Pasadena)
 
*** First day of classes: Monday Oct 1st, 2012 [www.registrar.caltech.edu/AcademicCalendar2011-12.pdf] (PDF)
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** Keegan?
 
**** SWE (society of women engineers) [http://www.its.caltech.edu/~swe/]: swe@its.caltech.edu
 
**** Caltech Club for Computer Science [http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~ccs/blog/]?
 
** UC Davis (Davis)
 
*** First day of classes: Mon, Sept 24, 2012 [http://registrar.ucdavis.edu/html/academic_calendar.html]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** Phoebe
 
**** WICS (women in computer science) [http://wics.cs.ucdavis.edu/]: President of Board at das@cs.ucdavis.edu, other contact here [http://wics.cs.ucdavis.edu/contact.php]
 
**** Computer Science Club (potential host) [https://sites.google.com/site/daviscsclub/]: ucd.csclub.officers@gmail.com
 
 
* Oregon
 
** Portland State
 
*** First Day of classes: Sep 26 [http://pdx.edu/registration/calendar#2011-2012]
 
*** Contacts: People from Open Source Bridge
 
*** To work with the CAT group there. Contact-points sorted by how excellent they are for contact, most-excellent first: topdog AT cat.pdx.edu ; psuacm AT cecs.pdx.edu ; bart AT cs.pdx.edu
 
*** I just pinged topdog and bart, suggesting Sep 29+30. [[User:Paulproteus|Paulproteus]] ([[User talk:Paulproteus|talk]]) 01:55, 17 July 2012 (UTC)
 
 
* NYC
 
** Cornell
 
*** First day of classes: Weds Aug 22nd [http://www.cornell.edu/academics/calendar/2012-13.cfm]
 
*** Contacts:
 
****rmo, or people he knows or can get me in touch with
 
**** Women Across Computing At Cornell [http://www.cs.cornell.edu/w8/wcs/computing/cis_women.php]
 
**** ACM [http://www.cs.cornell.edu/acm/] (seems entirely ICPC focused, though)
 
 
** NYU (partner with ITP?)
 
*** http://www.cs.nyu.edu/~korth/
 
*** First day of classes: Tuesday, September 4, 2012 [http://www.nyu.edu/registrar/calendars/academic-calendar.html]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** WinC (women in computing) [http://cs.nyu.edu/~wincweb/winc.html]: list of officers [http://cs.nyu.edu/~wincweb/winc.html]
 
**** ACM [http://cs.nyu.edu/~acmweb/wordpress/]: acmweb@cs.nyu.edu
 
* Texas
 
** University of Texas at Austin
 
*** First day of classes: Weds Aug 29 [http://registrar.utexas.edu/calendars/12-13]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** Kartik, possibly
 
**** WiCS (women in computer science) [http://cns.utexas.edu/community/student-organizations/465]: Brianna Connelly (briannacon@gmail.com)
 
**** ACM [http://www.utacm.org/]: general questions (utacm@utacm.org), other contact info [http://www.utacm.org/about-us/contact]
 
** Rice (in Houston)
 
*** First day of classes: Mon, Aug 20th, 2012 [http://registrar.rice.edu/calendars/fall12/]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** CSters (women in computing) [http://csters.cs.rice.edu/]: links to various officers here [http://csters.cs.rice.edu/officers.html]
 
**** Rice Computer Club (potential host) [http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~geeks/]: Joan Chao (jec8@rice.edu)
 
 
* Boston
 
** Harvard
 
*** First Day of classes: Tues Sep 4th, 2012 [http://www.registrar.fas.harvard.edu/fasro/common/calendar.jsp]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** HCS people, or Felice
 
**** WISHR (women in science at harvard-radcliffe) [http://wishr.weebly.com/]: wishr.board@gmail.com
 
**** Harvard Computer Society [http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/]: board@hcs.harvard.edu
 
 
* Western Mass
 
** U Mass Amherst
 
*** First day of classes: Tuesday, September 4th, 2012 [http://www.umass.edu/registrar/gen_info/academic_calendar.htm#fa2012]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** CS Women (computer science women's group) [http://people.cs.umass.edu/~women/index.html]: women@cs.umass.edu
 
**** UMASS ACM (potential host) [http://umass.acm.org/]: umass.acm@gmail.com
 
 
* Seattle
 
** University of Wasington
 
*** First day of classes: Monday, Sept 24th, 2012 [http://www.washington.edu/students/reg/1213cal.html#Q2]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** WICSE (women in computer science and engineering) [http://wicse.cs.washington.edu/]
 
**** ACM-W (ACM women's chapter) [http://www.cs.washington.edu/acmw/]: acmw-officers@cs.washington.edu
 
 
* Stevens Institute of Technology.
 
** Contact: Tyler Romeo (emailed us during 2012-08)
 
 
* Providence
 
** Brown
 
*** First Day of classes: Weds September 5th [http://brown.edu/Administration/Registrar/calendar.html]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** Historic Brown Free Culture people?
 
**** WiCS (women in computer science) [http://www.cs.brown.edu/orgs/wics/]: wics@cs.brown.edu
 
 
* Philadelphia
 
** Penn
 
*** First Day of classes: Wed September 5th [http://www.upenn.edu/almanac/3yearcal.html]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** Yuvi, perhaps?
 
**** WiCS (women in computer science) [http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~wics/]: list of officers [http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~wics/contact.html]
 
**** Dining Philosophers (they run the computer science club, apparently?) [http://dp.seas.upenn.edu/]: dinphil@gmail.com
 
 
* North Carolina
 
** UNC Chapel Hill
 
*** First Day of classes: Tuesday Aug 21st [http://registrar.unc.edu/academic-calendar/academic-years-2012-2013-and-2013-2014/]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** possible contact: http://www.sarahriggs.com/
 
**** Women and Science [http://womensstudies.unc.edu/women-in-science] - kind of unusual but can't find anything else
 
**** Computer Science Club [http://csclub.cs.unc.edu/]: for events, contact Katie Hawthorne (kathryne@email.unc.edu)
 
 
* Canada!
 
** McGill
 
*** First Day of classes: Tuesday Aug 7th [http://www.mcgill.ca/students/courses/dates/]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** Biella
 
**** Women at SoCS (school of computer science) [http://www.cs.mcgill.ca/community/women_at_socs/]
 
**** ACM [http://acm.cs.mcgill.ca/]: Mohit Singh (mohit@cs.mcgill.ca)
 
** U Alberta
 
*** Contacts: Tyler Davidson, who emailed hello@ in May
 
 
* Chicago
 
** UChicago
 
*** First day of classes: Thursday, Sept 27th 2012 [http://www.law.uchicago.edu/employers/fallOCI]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** WIS (Women In Science) [http://womensci.uchicago.edu/]: wis-officers@lists.uchicago.edu
 
**** ACM [http://acm.cs.uchicago.edu/The_University_of_Chicago_ACM_Student_Chapter]
 
** UIC (U of Illinois at Chicago)
 
*** First day of classes: Monday Aug 27th, 2012 [http://www.uic.edu/depts/oar/current_students/calendars/admin_calendar.html#fall_2012]
 
*** Contacts:
 
**** WiCS (women in computer science) [http://www.cs.uic.edu/CSGSA/WiCS] (fairly out of date/uninformative - maybe try Anushka Anand [http://www.cs.uic.edu/~aanand/] or Habiba Habiba [http://compbio.cs.uic.edu/~habiba/] WiSC officers from 2010-2011 year)
 
**** ACM [http://acm.cs.uic.edu/]: acm-officers@uic.edu
 
**** Status: Jillian Aurisano contacted us on 2012-08-26 and it seems ACM and WiCS are both interested in working on it.
 
** NEIU (also in Chicago)
 
** Contacts: Iacobelli Francisco contacted us during 2012-08.
 
 
* Indiana.edu
 
** Contacts: Lindsey Kuper, via Asheesh
 
 
=== Post-event publicity ===
 
 
* Get student newspaper to write about it.
 
 
=== Archived ===
 
 
* [[U Penn open source 2010]]
 
 
* [[/UMD]]
 
 
* [[/RPI]]
 
 
* [[Harvard Open Source 2010]]
 
** Never happened
 

Latest revision as of 16:25, 23 April 2015


Open Source Comes to Campus (OSCTC) is a workshop designed to teach students how to get involved in open source software. We have a website and a github repository for materials.

Want to see what we teach? Take a look at our curriculum.

Want to run your own event? Check out the main website or take a look at our planning process.

The logistics page talks about some of the nitty-gritty, like how to find a space or advice for ordering food.

If you spot any problems with any part of OSCTC, or have any suggestions for how to improve it, you can leave an issue in our issue tracker or just tell us via IRC or email.