I'm excited to announce an upcoming community event, Mozilla’s Global
Sprint on May 10th and 11th, 2018. This is a fast-paced, fun two-day
collaborative work event where we’ll come together to build open projects
for a healthy Internet, improve open science practices, and hack on
scientific software. If you're new to the concept of Internet Health, take
a look at Mozilla's brand new 2018 report ( ).

There’s a Global Sprint Host Site right here in Gainesville, Florida, we’ll
be open from 9am to 5pm on May 10 and 11. Use this link to register -

You can join in and participate no matter your skill set or level. We’re
looking for coders, designers, writers, educators, students, researchers —
anyone who’s passionate about the open web and open science. We’ve got a
terrific group of projects that need help-- check out both our list of
featured projects and our full list of projects
All that’s missing is you!

To ensure that everyone has a happy, productive, and safe experience, I
want to remind everyone to please look over the Mozilla Community
Participation Guidelines ( ).

If you have any questions about participation or possible projects, please
don't hesitate to ask.

Come join us! We can’t wait to see you at the Sprint.

Hao Ye
Postdoctoral Associate (Wildlife Ecology and Conservation)
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