These are chat archives for FreeCodeCamp/DataScience
discussion on how we can use statistical methods to measure and improve the efficacy of http://freeCodeCamp.com
Extending new invites for people to participate in different projects that could be hosted by DS-Room regulars?
The first project is refactoring a project that was made to analyse City Group (f. Campsites) activity on Facebook. The refactoring is currently reserved to people who already worked on the first part. The idea is to use data now registered in the forum as the wiki was moved from Github instead.
The second project already has a first dirty effort. I would like to extend another invitation to those interested. I think we are producing substantial interesting data in this room that could be valuable to share with other people.
If you are still not sure, check for examples of this kind of initiatives now being posted in the forum. The number of people posting their work is growing. Some of those projects are collective projects, which is my main proposal. We produce information here in this channel and maintain a simple record of activities in a simple website for people who are interested. This is a project that would require some commitment (creating and then maintaining/updating/modifying the site, as well as elaborating over the content).
One possible way of entry is this iniative: the Chingu cohorts, which is a project started by some FCC campers.
Please let me know if someone is interested? Front-end, Back-end and maybe content management required.
@Disaster-Hack : excellent initiative! Some stuff to consider though:
If your idea is to develop a very specific project based on FCC, just remember that this project is open source and that you can clone it and modify it. However, it would be nicer if you contact the Team for a more specific project that could even guarantee the participation of several other campers that are at the NGO Contribution section, IMO.
I might contact you later for more details?
disaster-hack sends brownie points to @evaristoc :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
evaristoc sends brownie points to @disaster-hack :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles: