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* the name, department, and institution of the person/list you are contacting
 
* the name, department, and institution of the person/list you are contacting
 
* the open source project relevant to the department, which can be found [[Oss_projects_by_domain | here]]
 
* the open source project relevant to the department, which can be found [[Oss_projects_by_domain | here]]
 
<blockquote>
 
<p>On '''date''', OpenHatch and '''host''' are hosting a day-long open source software immersion event.  We invite you to join us!  You can sign up here: '''URL'''</p>
 
 
<p>You don’t need to be a programmer to contribute to open source, or to attend and enjoy our event.  Most open source projects are also in need of designers, translators, documenters, bug-finders and testers.  </p>
 
 
<p>Open source software -- software that is shared freely and available to build upon -- has become part of our daily lives.  Popular projects like WordPress, Firefox, Adium, and Ubuntu have millions of users. In the field of '''field''', people use and contribute to '''specific projects'''.  You can learn more about these projects, and start helping out with them, at our event.</p>
 
 
<p>In the morning, open source contributors from various projects will teach you about open source licensing, collaboration tools, and how free software projects are organized. In the afternoon, they'll help you make hands-on contributions to open source projects. And throughout the day, they'll feed you, get to know you, and talk with you about opportunities for students in open source.</p>
 
 
<p>Open source participation is one way to gain real-world skills and make connections that will last you through your career. Volunteer staff will include professionals and academics who use open source daily.</p>
 
 
<p>The event is open to all students. Learn more, and sign up, here:</p>
 
'''URL'''
 
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== Confirmation emails ==
 
== Confirmation emails ==

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