UNO Libraries is again a site host for this year’s Mozilla Global Sprint, 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
You can join in and participate, no matter your skill set or level. We're looking for coders, designers, writers, educators, students, and open-access data advocates. We want anyone who's passionate about the open web! Mozilla has a terrific group of projects that need help, but we're also focusing specifically on creating curricula for Endangered Data Week - an annual, international event designed to highlight threats to publicly available data. Learn more here about Endangered Data Week, here.
What is Mozilla?
Mozilla is a global community working to protect the Internet as a public resource, open and accessible to all. Mozilla's heart is its community of makers, coders, designers, educators, and activists. Learn more at www.mozilla.org.
Sprint Participation Guidelines:
To support a happy, productive, and safe event experience that can welcome new ideas and inspiration for all attendees, we request that you:
- be respectful and welcoming
- try to understand different perspectives
- do not threaten violence or harassment
- do not make demeaning jokes or comments
- empower others
- strive for excellence
Read Mozilla's full Participation Guidelines, here.
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