yt is working with NumFOCUS <http://numfocus.org> on a research project
funded by the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation <https://www.moore.org/> to
understand the barriers to participation that contributors, particularly
those from historically underrepresented groups, face in the open-source
software community. The research team would like to talk to new
contributors, project developers and maintainers, and those who have
contributed in the past about their experiences joining and contributing to
Interested in sharing your experiences?
Please complete this brief “Participant Interest
<https://numfocus.typeform.com/to/WBWVJSqe>” form which contains additional
information on the research goals, privacy, and confidentiality
considerations. Your participation will be valuable to the growth and
sustainability of diverse and inclusive open-source software communities.
Accepted participants will participate in a 30-minute interview with a
research team member.
*Please do volunteer if you can--we would like yt to be as welcoming and
diverse as possible, and this is a really great way we can work on our
Dr. Stephanie Tonnesen
Associate Research Scientist
CCA, Flatiron Institute
New York, NY