[of-dev] code liberation <=> openframeworks
kogan.gene at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 22:20:29 PST 2015
hi kyle, all.
i would be down to be a mentor or help in the mentorship program, though i
won't be back in new york for a couple more months.
i think one way we could get more beginners to contribute is to make
something like OpenProcessing for OF. it would double as a great learning
resource as well. maybe now with emscripten this is more practical.
On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 2:29 AM, Kyle McDonald <kyle at kylemcdonald.net> wrote:
> hi everyone,
> yesterday i had a long discussion with phoenix perry, who is an excellent
> hacker, artist, game developer, and professor, amongst many other things.
> she founded the code liberation foundation http://codeliberation.org/
> which offers free development workshops in order to facilitate the creation
> of video game titles by women.
> i didn't realize it, but they actually teach OF in many courses, and some
> of the code lib teachers are avid OF users! the fact that this has
> completely slipped under my radar got us scheming, and phoenix had an
> excellent idea: that we create a partnership between code lib and OF that
> makes space for women finishing the code lib courses to be mentored and
> join in as active contributors.
> i was going to write about this to a few people directly, but thought i'd
> write to of-dev instead so anyone interested could hop in.
> our only previous experience with any kind of "mentorship" relationship
> has been through google summer of code, but i feel like if we start slowly
> with a few people this could really help us towards building a more
> balanced community that is still accessible for beginners and powerful for
> advanced users who have been using OF for a while.
> so, i'd like to open up this discussion by asking:
> - how can we best structure a mentorship program?
> - who is interested in being a mentor?
> - how can we create more opportunities for beginners to contribute? the
> list at the bottom of this page http://openframeworks.cc/community/ is a
> good start, but what's next?
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