Working Open Workshop
The schedule can be found in the workshop repository here, the following handouts are ordered according to the scheduled session times.
Each session has a ten-minute presentation. Slides for these presentations are linked below.
- README and Project Communication - How they first hear about the project or group.
- Roadmapping - How to plan your project schedule and priorities.
- Contributor Guidelines - How they first participate or contribute.
- GitHub for New Project Leads and Contributors - How to use Github as a collaborative platform.
- Code of Conduct - How to control behavior and the tone of project interactions.
- Event Planning - How to plan activities that support and build your project.
- Personas and Pathways - How to plan for your project users and their participation.
- Open Data and Data Reuse Plans - How to manage data in your research and share it appropriately.
- Open Leadership Cohort & Closing - About the Open Leadership Cohort and closing remarks.
Handouts will provide participants with post-presentation exercises to complete during work sessions.
- README and Project Communication
- Contributor Guidelines
- GitHub for New Project Leads and Contributors
- Code of Conduct
- Event Planning
- Personas and Pathways
- Open Data and Data Reuse Plans
Each session will feature transcriptions from our guest transcriber, Norma Miller. We will publish those transcripts here as they come, stay tuned!
- WOW-Berlin Introductions - transcription
- WOW-Berlin Diversity Exercise - transcription
- WOW-Berlin First Work Session Intro - transcription
- Zannah - README + Project Communication - transcription
- Abby - Roadmapping - transcription
- Aurelia - Contribution Guidelines - transcription
- Github Workshop - transcription
- WOW-Berlin Closing Outro-Day 1 - transcription
- Kaitlin - Code of Conduct - transcription
- Arliss/Madeleine - Sprint + Event Planning - transcription
- Steph + Christie - Data Reuse Workshop - transcription
- Closing Session - transcription
Likewise, we have a living etherpad where we will be collecting any questions from participants and answering on a rolling basis
You can find photos from the event on our Mozilla Science Flickr account, and by following the twitter feed for #mozwow.
Here we'll hopefully answer questions you might have.
What is the WIFI code?
What is our event hashtag?
Where can I find the Science Lab Code of Conduct?
You can find it here. We'd love for feedback on how it could be improved. Stay tuned for the Code of Conduct session at WOW (see above).
Who can I approach if I have any problems or issues to report that violate our Code of Conduct?
In coordination with our Code of Conduct, we have two appointed members of our "safety team" responsible for maintaining the ethos of that code throughout the event, and providing help or resources to anyone who might require it. Reach out to the following people if you have questions, issues, or concerns that you wish to express.
Here we'll list some persistent resources that you might use throughout the workshop.
Working Open Resource Repository
Working Open Workshop etherpad
Working Open Workshop Event
Workshop Presentations (single deck)
Learning Resources Kickoff Form
2016 Attendee Twitter List
Open canvas project planner
Open Leadership Cohort is a group of participants who have a shared experience and goal - to help further open practice in their work and community. It's what the WOW participants will be inducted into, you can read more about it on this blog.
The Mozilla Science Lab has a group of awesome fellows in our annual fellowship program, the 2015 fellows are present at WOW, and will be co-running sessions throughout the event.