Hi @patrickwalls, very cool! I recently finished my PhD at UBC and am excited to see the growth of a community there!
In my opinion, community members shouldn’t need to reach out to ask permission to host a “Jupyter Day;” it is always great to hear about community events(!), and hopefully the project can provide some resources to support events, but the “please reach out” does imply that there needs to be some granting of permission from the project…
Perhaps a documentation page could clarify what it means to hold a Jupyter Day, what some of the expectations are, and have a few resources for organizers. What do you think of the following?
- What is a Jupyter Day?
- a checklist? (e.g. if you can check the boxes, which include statements of the expectations below, you are welcome to call your event a Jupyter Day)
- code of conduct
- promoting an inclusive environment
- a template repo / advert?
- how to order stickers!
- links to previous events (these can be community contributions)
@patrickwalls: are there other resources / guidelines that would be helpful to have in organizing an event?