Inspire students & women by teaching them on how to contribute to Open Source & Mozilla.
First and foremost, Welcome! :tada: :confetti_ball: :balloon::balloon::balloon:
Thank you for visiting the MozGuna website.
This about section of the website will give you some information about the MozGuna. Jump straight to one of the sections below, or just scroll down to find out more.
- What are we doing? (And why?)
- Who are we?
- How can you get involved?
- Get in touch
- Find out more
- Understand the jargon
What are we doing?
- Lack of participation in technical activities and poor knowledge of Open Source among students in schools & universities in Guna.
- No active technical community in Guna region to promote Open Source or Mozilla.
- There may be potential contributors to Open Source who are not getting a right platform to start with or don’t know how to start with.
The MozGuna will:
- Initiate the first ever active technical Open Source Community to promote open source and bring out technical contribution from university girls in Guna.
- A community that hosts workshops around Guna schools & Universities to provide knowledge about Open Source & Mozilla and how contributing to Mozilla and Open Source will benefit them.
Who are we?
MozGuna is started under Mozilla Open Leadership Program by - Shubhendra Singh Chauhan, Abhishek Pratap Singh Chauhan - are undergraduate students pursuing bachelors of technology in Computer Science & Engineering from Jaypee University of Engineering and Technology.
Please note that it’s very important to us that we maintain a positive and supportive environment for everyone who wants to participate. When you join us we ask that you follow our code of conduct in all interactions both on and offline.
If you want to suggest us anything about the project we’d love for you to open an issue at this github repository because then we can get right on it. But you can also contact Shubhendra by email (withshubh AT gmail DOT com) or on twitter & abhi8953 by email (abhi8953 AT gmail DOT com)
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Thank you so much for visiting the project and we do hope that you’ll join us on this amazing journey to students & women by teaching them on how to contribute to Open Source & Mozilla
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