Mozilla Science Global Sprint 2016, Berkeley
Join us as we learn to collaboratively build projects transforming science on the web! This two-day sprint event brings together researchers, coders, librarians and the public from around the globe to hack on open science and open data projects in their communities.
Our 2015 Global Sprint brought together over 200+ members of the community to hack for two-days on open science projects. Over 30 cities around the world were represented (53 hours of consecutive hacking!), and we need your help to do it again this June.
The Berkeley site will be run by Kirstie Whitaker who's leading the STEMM Role Models team. If you'd like to take part and aren't sure what you'd like to contribute to you'll be very welcome to join the STEMM Role Models team as they sprint towards building a database to promote women and other under-represented groups in science and tech.
If there's a different project that you like the look of better though, please do still come along and join us for some snacks and coffee!
Everyone is welcome - you can have lots of experience or simply a desire to understand more about Open Science!
Grab your ticket here and then join the gitter chat room to say hi!