Let me start by saying this is my first foray into open source peer collaboration. In fact, prior to enrolling at the School of Information, I don’t think I would have known what the term meant, or understood why one would commit his or her time to a project ...
My initial experience with PeerLibrary
ASSIGNMENT 1: Report on your experience contacting and explaining your intention to contribute to the community. Did you follow a 'script'? Was it a formal or informal process? Did you face any barriers to participation? Do you think your experience was personal or general? Please include in your post links ...
History, infrastructure, and demographics of the GeoNode project.
How I jumped back into to working with the CiviCRM team on documentation, how I will contribute, including a summary of the CiviCRM participation structure.
How and why I approached the Hypothes.is community.
PeerLibrary is a fresh project so vivid open source community does not yet exist around it. Current developers are meeting mostly in person and necessary technological and social infrastructure for new contributors has been missing. But in the course of the first assignment we were approached by two new contributors ...
The story behind building the PeerLibrary project
In Assignment 1, I detail how Zooniverse (managed by Citizen Science Alliance) is organized, what technical and user interface platforms are used, and reached out to a local scientific data contributor.
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