2021 Data Umbrella Latin America Scikit-learn Open Source (OS) Sprint
This sprint is focused on increasing the participation of folks in scikit-learn from Latin America region.

Application deadline has been extended to: 15 Jun 2021

Sprint website: https://latam2021.dataumbrella.org
See the event website for full details:
• Full event website
• Event logistics
• Organizer information
• Preparation work
• GitHub event repo

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

1. Follow the Code of Conduct and contribute to creating a professional, welcoming and inclusive environment. (https://www.dataumbrella.org/about/code-of-conduct)

2. Must have a GitHub account.

3. Must have working knowledge of Python.

4. Must have some knowledge and experience using scikit-learn, the Python machine learning library.

5. It is *helpful* to save some experience with Git.
Data from this application will be reported in aggregate. Information will not be shared with any third parties.

Any questions, email us at data.umbrella.dei@gmail.com
Sprint Application Deadline
What is your email address? *
CODE OF CONDUCT (CoC): I have read and agree to abide by the CoC. (https://www.dataumbrella.org/about/code-of-conduct) *
What is your First name? *
What is your Last name? *
LOCATION: From where will you be participating? Include: CITY here. *
LOCATION: From where will you be participating? Include: STATE/PROVINCE here. *
LOCATION: From where will you be participating? Include: COUNTRY here. *
What gender do you identify with? *
What are your preferred pronouns? (Example: she/her, he/him. they/them, prefer not to say) *
What is your LinkedIn URL? (Mine is: https://www.linkedin.com/in/reshamas/) *
What is your GitHub URL? (Mine is: https://github.com/reshamas) *
What is your Twitter URL? (Mine is: https://twitter.com/reshamas)
What is your Discord user name? (Mine is: Reshama Shaikh #4894). NOTE: If you do not provide the full information, there will delays in getting access to the platform. You must include the 4-digits after the # sign too. User names must adhere to our Code of Conduct. *
Are you able to join us for our scikit-learn OS sprint? *
What is your role? *
What operating system are you using? *
If you are a student, at what school are you studying?
If you are a student, what degree are you pursuing and what is your major field of study?
What company do you work for?
Do you identify as an under-represented person in data science? (with respect to any of the following: gender, race, ethnicity, age, disability, other category). Select all that apply. *
How did you learn of this OS event? (check all that apply) *
Have you participated in any of the scikit-learn OS sprints before? (check all that apply) *
How would you describe your open source (OS) experience level? *
Have you ever contributed to OS before in any of the following ways? (check all that apply) *
Have you ever submitted a PR to an open source project before? *
Share links to any PRs you have submitted for open source projects.
How familiar are you with Git? (check all that apply) *
With which of these languages do you have familiarity? (check all that apply) *
What is your experience with Python? *
Have you used the scikit-learn ML library? *
How familiar are you with the scikit-learn repo: https://github.com/scikit-learn/scikit-learn *
Why do you want to participate in this OS sprint? *
From past experience, not all PRs are merged in during the sprint day, and they require following up after the event. Would you be interested in continuing with the work you started in the sprint and having us follow-up with you? (NOTE: This could require 5 to 10 hours over the course of 4 weeks to complete.) *
VOLUNTEER: If you would like to be a Volunteer (teaching assistant, assisting with registration, technical support, etc) please indicate so below.
PHOTOGRAPHY: We will be taking photos throughout the event to promote Data Umbrella, our sponsors and scikit-learn on social media. (For online events: screenshots). We are not recording the event except for the introduction by the sprint facilitator. *
RSVPs: Space is limited and demand is high. For every one spot, we receive 3 applications. Update your RSVP if you cannot attend so another applicant can get the opportunity. *
There is 2 to 4 hours of preparation work. Are you able to do that? Here is a link to the prep work: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QknhXDJ4qtP8Co2SfqaPGaZ8J5grsMq08onxTXVvAFU/edit?usp=sharing *
Do you need internet data to hotspot? We can reimburse maximum 10USD per person. Proof of purchase is needed to process reimbursements. All reimbursements will be made after the sprint, to those participants who attended the sprint. Reimbursements will be made via PayPal. If you have any questions, please email us at data.umbrella.dei@gmail.com Include in subject "Data Umbrella LATAM sprint: internet data"
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OPEN SOURCE SUPPORT: There is no fee for this event. Donations, in a nominal amount ($5 to $10) can be made here: https://opencollective.com/data-umbrella *
Anything else you would like to share.
Would you like your email address to be added to our newsletter list? (https://dataumbrella.substack.com/) *
What languages do you feel comfortable communicating in? (select all that apply) *
Do you have language translation needs for the sprint? It is officially in English, but we will have translators. *
REMINDER: Please watch your email, especially spam folder, to see if you receive emails from Data Umbrella. *
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