Thanks to everyone that participated in the 4th Mozilla-Library Carpentry Global Sprint. Unlike the 3 previous sprints, this year’s sprint stretched across the full month of May with the majority of the sprint taking place 30-31 May 2019.
The sprint started earlier in the month with Centre for Digital Scholarship at Leiden University Libraries drafting a Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things for Astronomy.
The @LibCarpentry-@mozilla Global Sprint started this morning at @CDSLeiden sprinting on the Top 10 #FAIR Data and Software Things for Astronomy and Particle Physics: @khettne @fieldworker @evertrol @gravana (via zoom) discussing the target audience of “Things” #mozsprint #lc2019 pic.twitter.com/yj0ABjzhVG
— Centre for Digital Scholarship (@CDSLeiden) May 10, 2019
63 sprinters from 8 countries registered for the sprint but some of these individuals brought friends with them to the sprint.
— Liz Stokes (@ragamouf) May 31, 2019
For the month of May, there were 56 active authors, 82 active issues, 77 active pull requests, and 197 commits.
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@konradfoerstner und sein Team machen mit beim @mozilla's #mozsprint. Sie arbeiten an einer @LibCarpentry Einheit für #wikidata. Mit dabei @muhammadhossary @digiorgiosilvia @felixmlanger @EAmanzadeh @HakimSughra und Nicole Kascha pic.twitter.com/JdgE730Tg4
— Ulrike Ostrzinski (@feuerlit) May 31, 2019
For the latter half of the Sprint, 21 May - 3 June, the Library Carpentry lesson repositories received 4382 views and 389 unique visitors.
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So much @thecarpentries at the @UofA !
Day 1 of the @LibCarpentry sprint at @uazlibraries , contributing to Data Intro, SQL, Python, and Tidy Data lessons with @riosfrnd @KiriCarini and @michaelhagedon .
— Jeff Oliver (@jcoliverAZ) May 30, 2019
For the month of May, the two sprint Gitter channels, Library Carpentry Lobby and Top 10 FAIR, received roughly 180 messages while the Zoom channel had roughly 40 participants.
In all, 35 institutions registered for the sprint including the California Digital Library, Duke University, Australian Research Data Commons, Georgetown Law Library, AARNet, University of Melbourne, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Arizona State University, University of Virginia, University of Arizona Libraries, The British Library, UC Riverside Library, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, University of Queensland, FOSTER, OpenAIRE, UCLA Library, DANS, FAIRsFAIR, Griffith University, Curtin University Library, UC Berkeley, Purdue University Libraries, Göttingen State and University Library, RDA Europe, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Open University, ZB MED - Information Centre for Life Science, Linked Data for Production project, Stanford, Harvard University, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Hesburgh Libraries University of Notre Dame, Lehigh University, and University of Technology Sydney.
Thanks to the amazing work of the sprinters who helped improve the Library Carpentry lesson material!
— Library Carpentry (@LibCarpentry) May 31, 2019
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