维基媒体黑客松2022

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维基媒体黑客松是一个免费的线上活动,旨在共同开展技术项目、学习新技能并结识其他志愿者。

The Hackathon is live!

Don't forget, all participants must follow the Code of Conduct for Wikimedia's Technical Spaces and Friendly Space Policy.

We want to hear your feedback! Fill out the survey (on Qualtrics) or leave us a note on the Etherpad. Please see the privacy policy to see how the information is governed.

黑客松是面向谁的?

黑客松汇集了世界各地的技术志愿者,从代码创造者、维护者、翻译者、设计师到技术作家和其他角色。 我们也欢迎新人!

为了与他人分享你的见解,你可以把你添加至参与者名单中。

如何参与?

有很多的參與方式:

黑客松的时间和地点是?

2022年5月20日-22日 它会在:

一天中的任何时间都能参与。 大多数活动会在每天的 这两个时间段举行。 参见日程以获取更多信息。

还有什么要关注的?

Coordination team

This committee will be coordinating the organization of this year's Hackathon. Feel free to reach out to us on wiki if you need our support!


Local Meetup Grants

Local Meetup Grant Applications have closed!
a Hackathon announcement on a background of circuits

We invite technical community members and affiliates to apply for Rapid Fund grants to host local meetups during or around the Hackathon. Grants can be between 500 and 5,000 USD. Please note that we cannot go above 5,000 USD per grant, so plan accordingly. The deadline to apply was March 27, 2022. This is a quick turn-around, so note that proposals do not have to be extensive or complex.

Examples of requests include:

  • Food for community meetups before, during, or after the online Hackathon (please keep meetups within a month of the Hackathon dates).
  • Venue rental for attendees.
  • Transportation or commuting expenses.
  • Scholarships to help local community members attend, which can include data packages, childcare costs, or transportation.
  • A pre-Hackathon workshop to introduce newcomers or provide tutorials for experienced developers.
  • The Foundation offers this list of eligible expenses (for example, you can use this grant money to pay for direct expenses like supplies, but you cannot use funds to pay for an event coordinator). You cannot pay honorariums to speakers you have at your events but you can give material gifts (gift cards, etc.).
  • Note that at this moment, in-person meetups of 10 people or fewer can be held without extra approval; if your meetup will be larger please follow the steps listed for Risk Assessment.

Eligibility:

  • Proposals should support the achievement of Wikimedia’s mission and be related to the Hackathon (this cannot support edit-a-thon projects for example).
  • There are some countries to which the Foundation cannot disburse funds. If you have been ineligible for WMF funds through other opportunities, please email hlepp@wikimedia.org to verify your eligibility for this application.
  • Both individuals and organizations are welcome to apply.
  • Someone in your group must have access to a bank account which can receive international wire transfers.
  • The Code of Conduct for Wikimedia's Technical Spaces will be in effect throughout the event, on all platforms and at local meetups. Please have a look at it and ensure you are willing and able to follow it.

Scholarship Stipends

Scholarship applications have closed!

The Wikimedia Foundation provides stipends to support individuals attending the 2022 Wikimedia Hackathon. Applications were due April 1. Individuals can apply to cover Hackathon-related expenses such as:

  • childcare services (or similar family services)
  • data packages
  • administrative or operational costs to distribute funds to community members
  • small hardware expenses to support access
  • other relevant purchases.

All stipends are $100 USD, with an added $25 USD for related bank fees.

The survey was conducted via Google Forms, which may subject it to additional terms. For more information on privacy and data-handling, see Google’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Service and our survey privacy statement.