Join us and collaborate on open projects from around the world! Mozilla’s Global Sprint is a fun, fast-paced, two-day collaborative world-wide work event where anyone– coders, designers, writers, artists, activists, educators, students– can pitch in to build and protect the open Web!
The Global Sprint originated with the Mozilla Science Lab (you can get a glimpse of a past MSL Sprint here); this year we’re going Network-wide. Your open project is welcome, whether you’re working on web literacy curriculum, hacking on the Internet of Things, developing apps to protect user privacy online, creating new scientific software, planning local community events, or creating tools that make data open accessible to all.
Mozilla is a champion of an open, healthy, and accessible Internet for all, so this year our tracks for the Sprint are topics crtitical to Internet Health:
At the Science Lab we’re especially excited to participate in this year’s Sprint because it’s a tradition for us, to galvanize activity around open science projects and support open research on the web, and we’re so please to launch the event with the rest of Mozilla this year!
Participate and contribute during the Sprint. Select a project that’s a good fit for your interests and skills, and pitch in! On June 1st and 2nd you can collaborate online or come to one of our local host sites to work, network, and hang out with fellow Sprinters. Information for Participants is here.
Bring a Project to the Sprint. Welcome contributions from a diverse, skilled and passionate group of people from around Mozilla’s Network and around the world, to move your project forward by leaps and bounds. Information for Project Leads is here.
Host a Local Site at the Global Sprint. Activate a local space– a classroom, a community center, a makerspace– as a Sprint Host Site, and help draw participants to this fun, social, collaborative work event. Information for Site Hosts is here.
All your up-to-date 2017 Global Sprint information is on the Global Sprint Site. For more about Science Lab’s 2017 Global Sprint activities, contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org). Happy Sprinting!