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<p>We’re running an event on '''date''' at '''place''' and I was wondering if you would be interested in helping out!</p>
 
<p>We’re running an event on '''date''' at '''place''' and I was wondering if you would be interested in helping out!</p>
  
<p>The event runs from 10:00am to 5pm with coffee, bagels and socializing for a half hour beforehand.  (Staff won't need to show up at '''start of day''' sharp, but should be there by '''start of instruction''' if possible.)  You can find out more about the event '''at this url'''.</p>
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<p>The event runs from 9:30am to 5pm with coffee, bagels and socializing for an hour beforehand.  (Staff won't need to show up at '''start of day''' sharp, but should be there by '''start of instruction''' if possible.)  You can find out more about the event '''at this url'''.</p>
  
 
<p>We're looking for people to help mentor attendees as they learn how to contribute to open source projects.  Instructors with a variety of backgrounds are welcome: while it's great if you have tons of experience using git and setting up development environments, we're also looking for people who've been involved with open source as non-programmers, who know a bit about picking bugs and submitting patches, or who just like to talk about their experiences with open source.</p>
 
<p>We're looking for people to help mentor attendees as they learn how to contribute to open source projects.  Instructors with a variety of backgrounds are welcome: while it's great if you have tons of experience using git and setting up development environments, we're also looking for people who've been involved with open source as non-programmers, who know a bit about picking bugs and submitting patches, or who just like to talk about their experiences with open source.</p>

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