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Apply for Mozilla Science Mini-Grant #2140

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rgbkrk opened this Issue Dec 11, 2017 · 5 comments

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rgbkrk commented Dec 11, 2017

The RFP for Second Round of Mozilla Science Mini-Grants is now open and folks should apply!

These are the main categories they're interested in:

  • Prototyping – Building tools or documentation collaboratively with others. This can be open source code, documentation, tools and technologies used in data-driven science, scientific software, discovery tools (e.g., ways of searching code, hosting services, etc.)
  • Community Building – These might include mentorship programs, workshops, meet-ups or other events that promote community engagement.
  • Curriculum – Materials might include text, visuals, and video for online or in-person training.

Within each of those, I've got some ideas. I'll leave a separate comment though so it's just part of the main thread rather than in the issue body.

Deadline is this Sunday, December 17, 2017.

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rgbkrk commented Dec 11, 2017

Prototyping Category

Within the prototyping category, I'd like to focus efforts on discovery tools for notebooks.

Idea 1: next gen notebook viewer with indexed contents, ways to search it

Community Building

Provide a workshop on jupyter protocol + format fundamentals. Participants will build a new frontend on top of jupyter, backed by binder, using nteract components. Beyond their own personal knowledge gain, they'll also be ready contributors to projects across the Jupyter ecosystem.

Curriculum

@captainsafia suggested we could focus on some documentation efforts. Given that we have ourselves a nice suite of components, we could develop materials woven into our main site that provide an overall narrative and learning experience.

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rgbkrk commented Dec 11, 2017

Note: since I noticed the initial submission was pretty simple, I submitted the "jupyter infrastructure fundamentals workshop". Also still happy to pair or help others with other categories.

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willingc commented Dec 12, 2017

All of the above @rgbkrk @captainsafia 👍

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rgbkrk commented Dec 27, 2017

Deadline has passed, I'll go ahead and close this. We can revisit if/when we make the next round on any of our proposals.

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