Hello!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 ( https://internethealthreport.
org/2018/).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 - https://ti.to/Mozilla/ global-sprint-gainesville18You 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 https://foundation.mozilla. org/opportunity/global-sprint/. All that’s missing is you! 2018-projects/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 ( https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/ about/governance/policies/). participation/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.Best,--Hao YePostdoctoral Associate (Wildlife Ecology and Conservation)&&UF Open Source Club