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Static websites (archived), including Firebase hosting deployment metadata
getting your open source project ready for new contributors
Planning for improving Open Source Comes to Campus
The code that runs openhatch.org
Original business plan git repo
Open Source Events - the In-Person Events handbook - website repo
Boston Python Workshop for women and their friends - website repo
berkeley.openhatch.org archive from nearlyfreespeech.net
arizona.openhatch.org - website snapshot
a handbook for Free Software outreach
Issue tracker for OpenHatch's wind-down
Bug importers for the OpenHatch project oh-mainline
Greenhouse -- a (temporary?) project to help track new contributors to open source projects. Might migrate to oh-mainline eventually.
A website to accept stories, to learn how others experience participation in free software communities
Website explaining the student immersion program.
What is this?
World's most trivial program to find out if we need to add people to oh-mainline committers
Archive of the OpenHatch Roundup instance, formerly at openhatch.org/bugs/
Use travis-ci to check if the oh-mainline install instructions work
This is for files so large that we don’t want to add them to the main OpenHatch repository.
checks that our fancy lists page shows all lists that mailman has
Tools for command-line management and moderation of OpenHatch mailman lists, based on listadmin by Kjetil Torgrim Homme
Website for Columbia OH event.
Trivial IPN endpoint