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Mariatta/README.rst

Hi there 👋

My name is Mariatta. My pronoun is she/her/hers. I live in Vancouver 🇨🇦 and my timezone is UTC-7.

The open source projects that I'm currently focusing on are:

I'm also a public speaker and I co-organize Vancouver PyLadies group.

For my contributions to Python, I've received the Community Service Award from Python Software Foundation. I've also been nominated twice for Google Open Source Peer Bonus program. I'm a PSF Fellow member since 2020. In honor of Ada Lovelace Day in 2020, my story was shared on GitHub ReadME project.

If you find my open source contributions valuable, please consider sponsoring me on GitHub.

My 2020 so far (Last updated December 8, 2020)

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Contributed to python/bedevere, python/cpython, python/miss-islington and 129 other repositories

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