All participants must apply to attend. Attendance is limited.
Participants will be notified beginning 14 April 2020 of their application status.
Code of Conduct [link]
CIG supports a variety of activities, online and in person, to foster best practices in scientific software development and promote learning, networking, and collaboration. We value the participation of every member of the community and want all participants to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience in their interactions with the CIG community. Accordingly, all who participate in CIG activities are expected to show respect and courtesy to others, whether interacting in person or online. CIG’s project leaders, meeting organizers, and committee and working group members are expected to act as representatives of CIG in carrying out their responsibilities.
CIG is dedicated to providing a harassment-free environment, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion (or lack thereof), technology choices and experience level, or other group status.
Everyone taking part in CIG activities —speakers, helpers, organizers, and participants—is required to conform to the Code of Conduct throughout the activity.
Please see the list of proposed projects. If you wish to propose your own project, please post a 1-2 page description on the 2020 PyLith Hackathon section of the CIG Community Forum, so that we can work with you to refine the scope and assess community interest (we want 3-4 people working on all projects).
In addition to basic contact and logistical questions, the questions below will help the hackathon organizers prepare instructional materials and assess the suitability of your proposed contribution.