Open Source Day
Open Source Day Committee
Applications are closed for GHC 20.
The Open Source Day Planning Committee is an imperative part of creating OSD. As a planning committee member, you will participate in planning from start to finish doing anything from marketing, project planning, designing the structure of OSD, working with external organizations to bring them on as OSD project leaders and ensure they are ready for OSD, reaching out to attendees to make sure they know what to expect, and/or executing OSD during GHC.
Note: Our Open Source Day (OSD) Committee is separate from our Open Source Track Committee.
- Applications are open in February (closed for GHC 20).
- This opportunity provides early access to register for GHC.
- You must be able to dedicate 10-20 hours a month starting in March until GHC and attend GHC.
Open Source Day Mentor
Each year AnitaB.org hosts a day long Codeathon for Humanity with other organizations. This program, known as Open Source Day (OSD), gives GHC attendees the chance to learn about open source while working on projects designed to solve real world problems. As a mentor, you will work with one of our participating organizations to guide participants as they develop their solutions.
In addition to being a registered GHC attendee, mentors must review preparation materials and be available for correspondence from the OSD committee and project leaders leading up to GHC.
- Applications open mid- to late summer.
- These opportunities do not provide GHC registration. You must be registered to participate.
- Student Applicants: Only graduate students may apply.
- You must be able to commit a minimum of two (2) hours to OSD.
- You must be able to commit to a pre-GHC planning meeting.
- You must commit to a pre-OSD set up meeting.