What does the Node.js Evangelism WG do?
The Evangelism WG creates promotional materials, brings discussions to a wider audience, and attemps to grow the community through positive, supportive messaging.
Why should you contribute to the Evangelism WG?
The Evangelism WG tries to bring more people into Node, and add to the experience of the ones that are already in it. If you are interested in social media, identity, messaging, writing, or communication, you could be a valuable asset to the WG.
How to get involved!
There are lots of ways to contribute to Node.js. If you are interested in contributing to Node.js evangelism specifically, feel free to join in the conversations, comment on and create issues where you see fit, submit pull requests if something can be improved, and help others get started. You don't have to be a member of the Working Group to pitch in!
Governance and Contributing
The Node.js Evangelism WG has adopted the core governance and contributing policies of Node.js.
You can view them at:
The Evangelism WG is chartered by the Node.js Community Committee.
Evangelism WG Members
- Mikeal Rogers - @mikeal
- Ross Kukulinski - @rosskukulinski
- Emily Rose - @nexxylove
- Julian Duque - @julian_duque
- Tierney Coren - @bitandbang
- Yosuke Furukawa - @yosuke-furukawa
- Tony Pujals - @subfuzion
- Giovanny Andres Gongora Granada - @Gioyik
- Minwoo Jung - @jmwsoft
- Rich Trott - @Trott
- Vladimir de Turckheim - @poledesfetes
- Daniel Khan - @dkhan