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Guwahati 27th September 2018
The name buildandtell is not confirmed. Please feel free to suggest any other name for the community.
buildandtell is an educational community primarily focusing on tech events/meetups, free software and getting more people into computer science by resource sharing.
The utopian buildandtell community will be one where a bunch of learners come together with the things they built and tell other members how they did that, resulting in an interactive learning experience. Since majority of learners are not building things already; so initially the community is about teaching learners how to build things through open source contributions, tech events and online and offline interactions. Also mentoring school childrens is one of the secondary goals too.
Not only will this help learners learn better and get better opportunities, it will also help in better activism and bonding in the state. Take example of how the developer community in Kerala came together during 2018 floods to build Kerala Rescue
Key questions like "Do we want to get people for the sake of growing, or do we want to just have our doors open for anybody who finds what we do interesting?" or even "Do we want a society out of this? (Not only in terms of structure, but how people see themselves and others in it)" may well determine the direction of buildandtell. - slightly modified comment from Vikrant Varma's blog
The website, wiki, wikifarm and the forum will all be in one server.
Other services: http://bend.hackersguild.us/#page-main
The primary place for keeping in touch with the community will be the discourse forum.
Offline, the most important playground to grow the community will always be events and meetups.
offline events are shown like this
Organize 1-2 offline events at colleges and spread information about the community
Reach out to local firms in search of technical solutions which can be built by a beginner 🙋
Deliver a solution made by a community member to a local firm 🎉
Have first meetup during winter break! 🎊 🎅
Hour of Code ⏰
These are a variety of different tasks, will help us decide which one works and which does not.
Till december 2018
Quoting Paras Pundir:
"It can be a life changing initiative if worked consistently with a proper strategy."
I am already e-meeting amazing people from Guwahati and nearby places, I hope this community works out and we can have a great community here. :)
"The spirit of Mozilla is when people use the internet to overcome barriers like money/geography"