Hello PyMC Community,
Data Umbrella and PyMC are organizing a series of open source working sessions to contribute to PyMC.
This is a beginner-friendly event. Skills that are helpful to have: Git, GitHub, Markdown, Sphinx, statistics, python, Bayesian statistics.
Additionally, we have a series of videos where participants can watch videos and add timestamps. There are lots of ways to participate and contribute to open source.
|Open Source Pre-series Office Hours||Jul 2 (Saturday)||9 ET / 13 UTC / 16 EAT||1 hour||MeetUp|
|Open Source Working Session #1||Jul 9 (Saturday)||9 ET / 13 UTC / 16 EAT||3 hours||MeetUp|
|Open Source Working Session #2||Jul 22 (Friday)||12 ET / 16 UTC / 19 EAT||3 hours||MeetUp|
|Open Source Working Session #3 [^1]||Aug 4/5 (Thur/Fri)||19 ET / 23 UTC||3 hours||MeetUp|
|Open Source Post-series Office Hours [^1]||Aug 18 (Saturday)||19 ET / 23 UTC||1 hour||MeetUp|
For beginner contributors, we encourage you to watch the videos:
Is there a video you would find helpful, but it is not available? Let us know on this thread in a comment.
Data Umbrella is a community for underrepresented persons in data science. Our goal is to welcome and involve more folks from typically underrepresented groups into data science, Python and open source. All are welcome to join our events. We ask folks to contribute to this space by using inclusive language.
If you have any questions, feel free to post here or email: email@example.com