I'm interested in contributing to scikit-image but I am new to scientific
programming. I studied physics in undergrad and have a minor in
bioinformatics. As a result, I'm familiar with oop, data structures, and
algorithms. I'd like some mentorship to get started on actually developing
/ contributing code. I'm interested in image processing for structural
biology applications, and sometimes in my spare time I write scripts for my
current company. However, it is not production-grade, and it is quite
hacky. I'm hoping that through contributing to scikit-image, in whatever
way possible, I can gain some skills and give back in parallel.
According to the scikit-image website, mentoring is available and it seems
like contributing to open source is encouraged. Would anyone be interested
in mentoring me?
Thank you for your time,