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Start contributing to open source: OpenHatch and getting involved with PSF

  • Oct 17, 2012 · 7:15 PM

*NOTE: The goal of Pyladies is to encourage women to participate in the Python community. We welcome and encourage anyone who identifies as a woman to come to this event, and we are queer and trans friendly. Men are welcome as guests of women who are attending.*

We are so excited for our first meetup at 10gen! Come join us as Jessica McKellar gives a talk about how python programmers of all levels can work on open source projects and become involved with the Python Software Foundation and PyCon. If you're new to command line tools and version control, come work on 'training missions' developed by OpenHatch that'll prepare you with open source contribution skills. More experienced developers can browse a list of contribution opportunities listed by OpenHatch and start working on them together.

7:30 - 8:15pm
Come by for Jessica McKellar's talk. Jessica is a Python Software Foundation (PSF) member and maintainer for Twisted and OpenHatch.

8:15 - 9:30pm
Stick around to tackle some open source training missions:
Or, get to work on one of these bitesize bugs:

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