[Campus-princeton-staff] Teaching open source in Princeton (NYC-ish) area, Sun 11/24
hello at openhatch.org
Fri Nov 22 22:31:54 UTC 2013
Hi Alec! That's great. Thank you so much for helping us out.
My understanding is that the event is not super close to the Princeton
train station, but that our student organizers will be picking people up
from the train station. Emails just went out on the list yesterday with
more information about what to expect at the event, as well as travel
suggestons. I'm going to go and forward those to you after I send this
Of note: the email on "what to expect at the event" asks if you're
interested in leading a git-based activity, being on the career panel,
and/or being a "project lead" (that is, working with students on an open
source project that you maintain or otherwise know very well.) You don't
have to do any of those things, but if you'd like to, let us know and we'll
go over what that involves in more detail.
I'm also cc-ing our staff list for the event. You should be added to that
list shortly. They'll coordinate picking you up.
On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 10:53 AM, Alec Story <astory at google.com> wrote:
> I should be able to make it. Is the event reasonably close to the
> Princeton train station?
> On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 10:22 PM, Asheesh Laroia <hello at openhatch.org>wrote:
>> Hi Alec,
>> We need people to be volunteer teachers/TAs at Princeton University, for
>> an Open Source Comes to Campus event run by the Princeton Women in CS
>> group! Can you help out?
>> Some details:
>> This event is run by Princeton Women in CS, and Asheesh and I are helping
>> out remotely since we're based in SF and Boston respectively. We need local
>> staffers who are able to generally help attendees get computers setup with
>> git and the like, who are willing to help students understand bugs in open
>> source projects so they can contribute, and to generally be friendly and
>> welcoming ambassadors to the free software world.
>> When: November 24 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
>> Where: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ (some travel reimbursements
>> may be available; we're nailing that down now
>> Event website: http://princeton.openhatch.org/
>> Are you available to be a volunteer? I've set the Reply-To to our general
>> contact address, so all of us at OpenHatch can see your reply and send it
>> along to the Princeton organizers! We'll work together to find you a way to
>> help out that will suit your strengths and help the event.
>> And if you know others who might be interested, tell us who they are and
>> we can get in touch! (Or forward yourself.)
>> Thanks so much!
>> -- Shauna.
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