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Contribute to Reproducibility for Everyone

Reproducibility for Everyone is a community owned project that exists for the community and is created by the community. If you would like to contribute in any way, please let us know. Below we provide a few avenues for contribution, but there are many more ways to get involved. We'd like to hear from you!

Contribute Content

We welcome guest blog posts on the site. There are four ways in which you can contribute your post:
  1. Complete the online form
  2. Submit a pull request via Github on the Repro4Everyone Github repository
  3. Submit a pull request via git and Github on the on the Repro4Everyone Github repository
  4. Email us: repro4everyone@gmail.com

We have created a few resources about tools and practices that empowers researchers to do reproducible research, but there are so much more! Please help us to provide a more comprehensive resource to researchers wanting to improve their research quality.

  1. Submit via the online form
  2. Submit via a pull request in Github to the Repro4Everyone Github repository
  3. Submit a pull request via git and Github on the on the Repro4Everyone Github repository
  4. Email us: repro4everyone@gmail.com

You are welcome to use our collaboratively developed materials to run workshops, online events, or poster sessions. Read more here.

Help us to improve our communication channels

The website is developed in Jekyll on Github and built in Netlify. We are alway looking for ways to improve the website so that it is more accessible in terms of colour palletes, readability, etc. We Also want to adhere to standards. Furthermore the website may benefit from different layouts or organisation. If you'd like to contribute here, head over to the Repro4Everyone Github repository and create an issue to let us know how you can help.
Rate our site or complete the form to let us know where to improve.

Other ways to contribute

We've developed a Google Spreadsheet with some pre-defined needs of the project. You are welcome to take a look at the doc and add your name to one of the ASKS. Alternatively, if you can think of something that should be done on the project, feel free to add it as an ASK. You can also volunteer straight away to take responsibility for the newly created ASK.