Come join in the fun, and help make the world better with your skills!
Do you have experience with any of the following:
World Improvement Lab could use your help. Join our Discord server to get involved.
Cookiecutter GSOC Contributor Guidance
The application process consists of these steps:
Become acquainted with the Cookiecutter project, the existing Cookiecutter templates on GitHub, and the Cookiecutter GSOC Ideas List.
Submit 1 or more pull requests to https://github.com/cookiecutter/cookiecutter/ specifically involving documentation.
Review 1 or more existing pull requests from other contributors, either adding or improving the documentation of those pull requests.
Use GitHub's suggested edit feature for these changes.
Provide kind, supportive, constructive feedback to the contributor. Aim for a ratio of 3-5 positive comments for every critique.
Join the Cookiecutter Discord server.
Submit the Cookiecutter GSOC mentorship application form. (Link TBD).
Group Programming Sessions 2021-2022
In the Cookiecutter Discord we hosted a number of live multi-person pair programming sessions for the current Cookiecutter release, with a focus on improving the packaging setup and PyPI deployment process.
Fire Prep Kit Sprint at PyData Los Angeles
We sprinted on Fire Prep Kit at PyData Los Angeles on December 3, 2019 from 1:30-5pm. Daniel and Audrey Roy Greenfeld led the sprint and mentored volunteers. We provided the info below to volunteers:
Not sure whether you know enough to volunteer? Well, do you have enough Python or Unity experience to follow the installation instructions on either of these repos?
If so, then register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pydata-la-2019-tickets-66383126719
Click the big green "Tickets" button, then scroll down and choose "Open Source Sprints - TUESDAY - FREE" and complete the registration form.