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Review Module 4 - Stepping Into an Open Project (Soft Skills) #23

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emmairwin opened this Issue Aug 16, 2017 · 3 comments

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emmairwin commented Aug 16, 2017

Please review module information, learning outcomes and proposed resources and complete feedback checklist (listed at bottom).

Module - Stepping Into an Open Project (Soft Skills)

Once you’ve selected a project to contribute to, how should you begin? In this module learners set personal goals for success in ‘steps’ with collaboration as a central theme.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Contribute all the things! Why code isn’t everything, and it needn’t be where you start.
    • How to ask for help, give help and make collaboration your way of working
    • Communication channel etiquette
    • Mentored bugs
  • Setting and reaching goals for contribution.
    Like contribution personas pathways exercise but for personal goals.

ASSESSMENT (one of):

  • Build your contributor pathway ( reverse version of the persona/pathways)
  • Quiz on Teachable (or other learning platform)
  • ?

Review Checklist:

Open on a meta level to links, resources that already exist on this topic broadly, or specific to modules! Thanks.

  • Review title & description - provide feedback, if any.
  • Review learning outcomes - do these seem right? What would you change/add/remove?
  • Review proposed content (under each learning outcome). What additional resources would you suggest we consider?
  • Review assessment list - provide feedback, suggestions for other criteria.
  • Leave comments in this issue or email Emma eirwin at mozilla.com

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Mte90 Aug 16, 2017

I think that Join is more atractive as term instead of stepping. Usually in every open source project is used Join to "join" the community. It is like a keyword about this step.

Mte90 commented Aug 16, 2017

I think that Join is more atractive as term instead of stepping. Usually in every open source project is used Join to "join" the community. It is like a keyword about this step.

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jgmac1106 Sep 1, 2017

Can we not say "soft skills?"

Also feels strange that making your project open comes before joining an open project. I would flip flop the order. IRL you always join an open source project before starting your own.

jgmac1106 commented Sep 1, 2017

Can we not say "soft skills?"

Also feels strange that making your project open comes before joining an open project. I would flip flop the order. IRL you always join an open source project before starting your own.

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jgmac1106 Sep 1, 2017

Learning Goals

  • Describe how you can contribute to a project to increase collaboration.

Assessments

Maybe change the assessment to an action plan. Have people set their collaboration goals, the steps to achieve those goals and a target due date.

  • Create a shout out and share it describe someone who contributes more to community than code.

jgmac1106 commented Sep 1, 2017

Learning Goals

  • Describe how you can contribute to a project to increase collaboration.

Assessments

Maybe change the assessment to an action plan. Have people set their collaboration goals, the steps to achieve those goals and a target due date.

  • Create a shout out and share it describe someone who contributes more to community than code.

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