Wikicours is an online repository of school lessons that anyone can improve through a wiki
You can see it as a “Wikipedia of school lessons”, all the content is under free license
For now at least, it is only in French and built for the French school programs, but you contribute to the project even if you don't speak French!
The topics targeted are those covered by the official school curriculum, for all classes in middle school and school (French collège and lycée).
To know more, you can read the article explaining the goals of the project and the idea behind it:
The name could translate to Wikicourse in English.
Mozilla Global Sprint
This project is participating in the Mozilla Global Sprint!
Mozilla Global Sprint is a global online hackathon dedicated to building projects for a healthy Internet.
Anyone is welcome to contribute, regardless of your experience or skillset! If are new to the Global Sprint or to Open Source in general, check out this sort guide.
👋 🤝 📚Lessons to publish: We're actively looking for people willing to contribute learning material to the project. We need: courses, exercises and test subjects with worked-out answers, methodology sheets, revision sheets, or really anything that can be useful for French students at the collège (middle school) and lycée (high school) level. (see how to upload your material) 🎨Design: The design we have right now is extremely bare-bones and not really attractive. We would love to see suggestions for a new design or for improving what we have now. We have also no branding for the project yet, so we would love to see suggestions too! (se the issue about this) 💻Website development: The website is only at the prototype stage. Any help for implementing a better design, adding some features or sections, improving the content (e.g the homepage), making some tweaks or anything else is very welcome! (see related issue)
We'll welcome any help with this or if you have any other idea or suggestion !
Oh, and a note about the name: I'm note a huge fan of the name “Wikicours”, but that's the best one I could come up with. If you have any idea for another name I'd love to hear about it!
Be sure to check out our small contributing guide for more info!
We’re serious about being community driven: everyone is welcome to join the community chat on Gitter and be part of the project’s development. We’d love to hear your feedback and your ideas for Wikicours, or to help you if you have any questions!
Of course, all the basic rules of good conduct in a community apply here. If you want guidelines more detailed than just “be nice to each other,” check out the Mozilla Community Participation Guidelines, which is a great standard code of conduct.
Running in development
This site is built using Gatsby, a static site generator for React.
To run the site locally, clone the repository, install the dependencies and start the development live server:
git clone email@example.com:thomaskuntzz/wikicours.git npm install gatsby develop
The content of this repository is bound by the following licenses: