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    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    @silviadg87 shoot... but this is great... i'm feeling good about the direction of the lesson now :)
    Silvia Di Giorgio
    @silviadg87
    me too :-)
    Silvia Di Giorgio
    @silviadg87
    @libcce unfortunately I am leaving soon... We recycled already some material from the software carpentry lesson (hope this is fine) and we started writing the new part as well.
    have a nice weekend :-)
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    you too!
    Konrad Förstner
    @konrad
    Cologne is wrapping up - nice weekend, everybody!
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Waving from NC :)
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Scott Peterson
    @scottcpeterson
    UC Berkeley is online now
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Here is the Etherpad for the sprint https://pad.carpentries.org/2019-lc-mozsprint
    C. Fernsebner Eslao
    @Fernsebner_twitter
    @libcce what's the plan for getting changes from the Wikidata lesson google docs back into the .md files?
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    @Fernsebner_twitter I was waiting for the ZB MED team to tell us... but I think we can just start submitting PRs and they can approve
    C. Fernsebner Eslao
    @Fernsebner_twitter
    Cool. Thanks.
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Jeff Oliver
    @jcoliver
    More work coming in from Arizona on python and tidy data lessons
    Eric Lopatin
    @elopatin-uc3
    @libcce : elopatin-uc3
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Thanks!
    Adding you to the Git repo
    Hi @jcoliver !
    Eric Lopatin
    @elopatin-uc3
    Thanks Chris!
    Jeff Oliver
    @jcoliver
    @libcce :wave:
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Hi @scottcpeterson and intro to data for archivists team, do you want to ask Twitter what might be helpful topics to cover in an intro to data for archivists lesson? I can tweet out that question via the LC Twitter account?
    I know I've always looked for something on working with WARCs
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Hi @Fernsebner_twitter how are you doing on the Wikidata lesson? Do you want to walk through contributing anything right now? Putting together a pull request?
    Thomas Guignard
    @timtomch
    Hi again, this is the code4lib North breakout group signing in again. We're continuing to work on cleaning up the Web Scraping lesson.
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    @timtomch :thumbsup:
    Thanks!!!
    Thomas Guignard
    @timtomch
    @libcce @weaverbel - a bunch of the branches you had created for your pull requests are still there post-merge. I'm guessing it's safe to delete them now.
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Yes, absolutely
    It's something we have to remember as Maintainers is to clean all that up
    it can turn into a long list
    Thanks for doing that!
    You are an admin now, right?
    Do you need anyone else to be?
    Thomas Guignard
    @timtomch
    Yes, I'm an admin now, thanks to François. I don't need to add anyone else for now.
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    :thumbsup:
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Hi @elopatin-uc3 and @silviadg87 I added your names to the Git lesson Maintainers list on the website and in the README BTW
    Eric Lopatin
    @elopatin-uc3
    :thumbsup:
    Kiri
    @kcarini
    Thanks to @jcoliver for helping me participate for the first time. I was able to contribute a couple pull requests for the python episodes.
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Nice! Thanks for your help @kcarini!
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Hi @elopatin-uc3 I checked the links in the Shell lesson to see if they worked and created some PRs. Hope I didn't overlap with some of the work you were doing.
    Eric Lopatin
    @elopatin-uc3
    Nope, all good @libcce . Also, I've looked through your PRs, but don't have the permissions to merge.
    Jesse L
    @jyssy
    Looks like a successful sprint. I was so much busier this week and I thought, glad I got work done earlier in the month. I WILL be back again soon to engage more issues for the community. Kudos for the work that got done.
    Jeff Oliver
    @jcoliver
    Tucson signing off. Thanks again to the LC community for all the hard work on these awesome instructional materials. Special kudos to @libcce for wrangling us.
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Thank all of you! We submitted a lot of PRs! And I think created 4-5 Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things.
    Thomas Guignard
    @timtomch
    Code4lib signing off too. Most of the work ended up being repository cleanup. Work in progress,
    hthorsen
    @hthorsen
    Hi @libcce, I didn't have much time today, but added a little more to the Wikidata lesson 1 google doc
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    Thanks everyone for all your work during the sprint! I'll be summarizing our work in a blog post in the next couple of weeks!'
    Jesse L
    @jyssy
    I have a question: Do the Carpentries have a presence at ALA? I wonder if this is a good place to connect the community to new points...
    Chris Erdmann
    @libcce
    @jyssy A number of us have had conversations w/ ALA and presentations but it hasn't moved further beyond that. We've run workshops, given presentations, held birds of a feather sessions in connection with other conferences as well. The other day someone asked me if we could set up a booth at the Public Library Association Meeting which I think would be great but we don't really have the funds for that. We were planning on reaching out to associations soon. But in the meantime, if you have any ideas about what we could do at ALA, that would be great.