Posts tagged “open-source”.

OpenHatch at PyCon 2012

OpenHatch is an open-source involvement engine.

Or, OpenHatch “is a non-profit dedicated to matching prospective free software contributors with communities, tools, and education.”

OpenHatch does a lot of great things, actually. Including aiding in the formation and running of some really effective Boston Python Workshops.

OpenHatch was also very active at PyCon this year. Asheesh and Jess gave a great talk on diversity in user groups and ten (10!) contributors hacked on OpenHatch during PyCon sprints. That was a productive weekend!

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