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Apply for Mozilla Science Mini-Grant #2140
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:
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.
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
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.
@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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