Title: Make Brainhack Accessible WorldWide: Translation of Brainhack Glossary into Different Languages
Project lead: Valentina Borghesani
Project collaborators: Valentina Borghesani @valentinaborghesani Johanna Bayer @likeajumprope Selim Atay @i-am-mel-dev Franco Pestilli @francopestilli Jose Pedro Manzano Patron @josepman Malin Sandström @malinINCF Yasmin Basille @yasminebassil Isil Bilgin @complexbrains
Registered Brainhack Global 2020 Event: Brainhack Montreal
Project Description: The project aims to bring together Brainhack and Open Science terminologies together in one glossary to help the newcomers to guide them through with their quick integration with the community tools and resources and provide a centralized glossary for the main community to be used for the future references.
In this project, we would like to make the glossary a step further and make it accessible by removing the language barriers and translate it to the as possible different languages with the help of the community.
Data to use: The glossary itself and references listed at the bottom of the glossary and any other community developed open science glossaries to match the references.
Link to project repository/sources: https://github.com/brainhackorg/brainhack_jupyter_book
Goals for Brainhack Global 2020: Making the glossary completed with the all necessary terminologies to serve the best of the community and translate it into different languages to make it more accessible to the communities around the world.
Good first issues:
Skills: The native or advanced level speaker in the language of being translated. Basic knowledge in using Git/Github/Commit/opening a PR might be helpful but not necessary.
Tools/Software/Methods to Use: Github repository Google docs
Communication channels: https://mattermost.brainhack.org/brainhack/channels/brainhack_paper_jupyterbook
Type of project: #data_management, #documentation
Project development status: #0_concept_no_content, #1_basic structure
Tools skill level required to enter the project (more than one possible): #familiar, #no_skills_required
Programming language used in the project: #documentation
Git skills reuired to enter the project (more than one possible): #0_no_git_skills, #1_commit_push, #2_branches_PRs, #3_continuous_integration
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