ProtoSchool Workshop Submission
Hosting a ProtoSchool workshop? Please fill out this form so that we can add your event to our website. We'll also add you to our mailing list for updates and guidance on local event leadership resources and new ProtoSchool tutorials and features.
The questions in this first section are designed to ensure that you are submitting an event that meets our guidelines and qualifies for listing on the ProtoSchool website. In following sections we'll collect logistical details about your event.
In order to complete this form, you'll need to have the following information for your workshop handy:
- Which ProtoSchool tutorials you'll present at your workshop
- Whether you'll be hosting a live or virtual event
- Confirmed date and times (including time zone)
- Confirmed location (city & country) if a live event
- Registration / event listing website (URL)
- Code of Conduct (URL)
- If you're hosting the workshop as part of a community group or a conference, the name and website of the group or conference
Feel free to come back to this form later if you're not quite ready with all of those details!
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ProtoSchool Event Guidelines
By checking the boxes below, I confirm that the event I am submitting meets all of the following guidelines for classification as a ProtoSchool event.
Offers learners the chance to work through one of the ProtoSchool tutorials in person (or virtually at a set time) with support from mentors (see the list of qualified tutorials in the next question or at
Advertises and enforces a Code of Conduct in line with the global ProtoSchool Code of Conduct (learn more at
Is an educational event (not promotional or commercial)
Is not-for-profit (free or low cost to attendees)
Which ProtoSchool tutorial(s) will attendees explore at your event?
ProtoSchool events give attendees the opportunity to work through our tutorials (
) at a live event with support from mentors. Only events focused on these tutorials may be described as ProtoSchool workshops and listed on our website. Please tell us which specific tutorials this event will cover, so that we can include the topic in your event listing on our website.
DWeb - Content Addressing on the Decentralized Web (
) - 0001
IPFS - P2P Data Links with Content Addressing (
) - 0002
IPFS - Blogging on the Decentralized Web (
) - 0003
IPFS - Mutable File System (
) - 0004
IPFS - Regular Files API (
) - 0005
Multiformats - Anatomy of a CID (
) - 0006
Filecoin - Verifying Storage on Filecoin (
) - 0007
IPLD - Merkle DAGs: Structuring Data for the Decentralized Web (
) - 0008
libp2p - Introduction to libp2p (
) - 0009
Code of Conduct URL
Where can attendees view the Code of Conduct for your event? (Only events with a Code of Conduct may be described as ProtoSchool events or promoted on our website.)
Unable to answer any of these questions?
If you're unable to successfully answer the questions above, your event likely does not qualify as a ProtoSchool workshop. Please exit the form and feel free to reach out to
for clarification on our event model and qualifications.
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