We’ve had a few conversations in the last week where different sub-communities are interested in applying for another round of CZI EOSS funding (funding call here).
Here are the efforts that I know of:
- Accessibility in JupyterLab + the broader Jupyter ecosystem spearheaded by @trallard and @isabela-pf and @echarles
- Two proposals from the JupyterHub community - one on enhancing the “Outreachy + Contributor in Residence” program with a community advocate role, and another funding a position to focus on connections between JupyterHub deployments + adjacent tools in the cloud.
- @jasongrout mentioned that he is working on a proposal for community workshop management as well.
- Not technically Jupyter related, but the Jupyter Book community is also considering applying for a grant.
Are others working on CZI EOSS proposals? @jasongrout and @trallard made a good point that we should coordinate and see if there are opportunities to join forces, or pitch complementary ideas! Please share if you’re working on something.
EDIT: in case it helps others put together these (or other) applications, I put together a short list of Jupyter grants that I know of. Please edit/add/comment as you like, I hope it’s helpful: