tags: turing-way, collaboration-cafe, jupytercon2020
# JupyterCon 2020 Sprint: _The Turing Way_ | 17 October 2020
**Link to this document: hackmd.io/@turingway/JC2020-sprint**
==We will facilitate the sprint through this HackMD document where you will be able to sign-up, share ideas with each other and synchronously communicate with each other. If you are new to HackMd, please see this document for a short guide (right click, open in a new window): https://hackmd.io/@turingway/hackmd-guide==
**What?** The Turing Way is a **lightly opinionated guide to reproducible data science and research**. It is an open source community-driven guide to reproducible, ethical, inclusive and collaborative data science. Our goal is to provide all the information that data scientists in academia, industry, government and in the third sector need at the start of their projects to ensure that they are easy to reproduce and reuse at the end.
This sprint is built upon our biweekly [Collaboration Cafe](https://the-turing-way.netlify.app/community-handbook/coworking/coworking-collabcafe.html) that aims to engage with researchers interested in learning and sharing more about data science and related topics in _The Turing Way_ **online book**: https://the-turing-way.netlify.com.
Read about the [sprint session at JupyterCon 2020](https://jupytercon.com/sprint/).
**Who?** ***Everyone attending the JupyterCon sprint** interested in reproducible, ethical, and inclusive data science and research are welcome to join the full or any part of The Turing Way project, community, and/or this call.*
**When?** 17 October 2020 ([starting time in your time zone](https://arewemeetingyet.com/London/2020-10-17/08:00/JupyterCon%202020%20Sprint%20-%20The%20Turing%20Way#eyJ1cmwiOiJodHRwczovL2hhY2ttZC5pby9AdHVyaW5nd2F5L0pDMjAyMC1zcHJpbnQifQ==))
We're delighted to have you here on a weekend. Grab your favorite drink before you get started :coffee: :sparkles: :cake:
- All questions, comments, and recommendations are welcome in this HackMD.
- For any specific information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We also have a [Slack channel](https://join.slack.com/t/theturingway/shared_invite/zt-fn608gvb-h_ZSpoA29cCdUwR~TIqpBw), if you would like to stay connected with us after this sprint.
| Duration | Activity |
| ---- | -------- |
| Before the meeting | 👋 [Sign up](#Sign-up), [Sprint format](#Sprint-format), [Useful links](#Useful-links), [Code of Conduct](#Code-of-Conduct) |
| Kick-off - Europe 8:00 BST ([see in your time](https://arewemeetingyet.com/London/2020-10-17/08:00)), and America 17:00 BST ([see in your time](https://arewemeetingyet.com/London/2020-10-17/17:00)) | [Presentation](https://zenodo.org/record/4095440), video introduction [by Kirstie Whitaker](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyNhPfcBxTg) |
| Start | [Check in](#Check-in) and [Personal goal setting](#-Personal-goal-setting) on HackMD |
| 1.5 hours (9:00 & 18:00 BST) | 🍅 1st Pomodoro session |
| 30 minutes (10:30 & 19:30 BST) | ☕️ Break |
| 1.5 hours (11:00 & 20:00 BST) | 🍅 2nd Pomodoro session |
| 30 minutes (12:30 & 21:30 BST) | ☕️ Break |
| 1.5 hours (13:00 & 22:00 BST) | 🍅 3rd Pomodoro session |
| 20 mins (14:30 & 23:30 BST) | [Open discussion](#Open-discussion): celebrations, reflections and future directions |
| 10 mins | 👋 [Wrap up and feedback](#Wrap-up-and-feedback) |
| Closing - Europe 16:00 BST ([see in your time](https://arewemeetingyet.com/London/2020-10-17/16:00)), and America 00:00 BST ([see in your time](https://arewemeetingyet.com/London/2020-10-18/00:00)) | Closing |
**Table of contents**
:coffee: Before this sprint starts
Thank you for your interest to join the _Turing Way_ [sprint session at JupyterCon 2020](https://jupytercon.com/sprint/)!
### Sign up
**Name + what is your favorite talk from any conference this year? + an emoji to represent it ([emoji cheatsheet](https://github.com/ikatyang/emoji-cheat-sheet/blob/master/README.md))**
*(Remember that this is a public document. You can use a pseudonym if you'd prefer.)*
* Malvika + [Keynote at csv,conf 2020 by Emily Jacobi - Data Solidarity](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZfV8DZ4aRI) + 🗺
* Kirstie + Jupyter Governance (JupyterCon is my first conference of 2020!) + :nerd_face:
* Carol + [Dr.Safiya Umoja Noble at R-Ladies Miami](https://miami.zoom.us/rec/play/MuwkKt7nMapYcxlbxQyykt0vhfrfE2k4ELDQP44bTJlTCsaag2DJ_B3B_Sfq4Y7FhuC1MK0pIJzO2nzN.PnkmFxFiqHgWeA-z?startTime=1594938043000&_x_zm_rtaid=RTMBHNc_TYCIgYe5wMbyJw.1602867664633.a432043866e7fd675f3c6dbab038da95&_x_zm_rhtaid=72) + 📊
* Peter Oxley (Joined the Europe time sprint from New York) + https://github.com/aprilcs/BYONotebook-JupyterCon2018
* Agrover112 (joined on Mattermost)
* Martina Vilas (joined the break)
* Veronika C. (joined the break)
* Esther Plomp (joined the break)
* Reshama Shaikh (joined afternoon session)
* Mariam Haji (joined afternoon session)
### Sprint format
- This sprint is designed to allow attendees to explore the project in a self-paced manner.
- We will facilitate most contributions through our [GitHub repository](https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way) and notes will be exchanged on HackMD (guide: https://hackmd.io/@turingway/hackmd-guide).
- If you are new to GitHub and want to start slow, you can look for `JupyterCon2020` labels on the [Pull Requests](https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way/pulls) and [issues](https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way/issues)
- Please note that you are welcome to make contributions on any issue or pull request, and not just the one we have labeled with `JupyterCon2020`. Please interact on GitHub issue and PR by comments with other contributors.
- You can also explore the book and open new issues that you would like to work on.
- Note that our repo has been opted in for hacktoberfest, so if you want to participate in hacktoberfest while attending this sprint - it is :100:% possible!
### Useful links
These links will help you prepare for your contribution
* Shared notes: https://hackmd.io/@turingway/JC2020-sprint
* The Turing Way GitHub repository: https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way
* Contribution guidelines: https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md
* [Good first issues for new contributors](https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+label%3Ajupytercon2020)
**Can't join the sprint but want to work with us?**
* Check out the collaboration cafe and co-working schedule in _The Turing Way_ calendar: https://calendar.google.com/calendar?cid=dGhldHVyaW5nd2F5QGdtYWlsLmNvbQ
* Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/turingway
* Join our [Slack channel](https://join.slack.com/t/theturingway/shared_invite/zt-fn608gvb-h_ZSpoA29cCdUwR~TIqpBw)
* Join the mailing list: https://tinyletter.com/TuringWay
### Code of Conduct
* The JupyterCon Code of Conduct applies to this event: https://jupytercon.com/codeofconduct/
* BUT, _The Turing Way_ has a Code of Conduct that applies to all our community platforms: https://the-turing-way.netlify.app/community-handbook/coc.html
:desktop_computer: During this sprint
### Check in
*Name / anything exciting you're working on that you would like to share with others.* ✨
* Malvika Sharan / We are hosting our next book dash online from 9 to 13 November 2020. You are welcome to apply: [https://forms.gle/VNu1Lsr8KyStQTdV8](https://forms.gle/VNu1Lsr8KyStQTdV8). Deadline: 22 Oct 2020.
* Peter / https://github.com/oxpeter/goncalo2019 - Reproducibility in Bioinformatics
### Pomodoro timer for this session
### Participants can catch up with the sprint leads on Zoom during the first Pomodoro and breaks as per the schedule
Join Zoom Meeting: [https://turing-uk.zoom.us/j/97395682034?pwd=NHFkWVRndE9rQlRHY09XWUlVS3A3Zz09](https://turing-uk.zoom.us/j/97395682034?pwd=NHFkWVRndE9rQlRHY09XWUlVS3A3Zz09)
*The waiting room is enabled. The host of this call will let you in.*
:dart: Personal goal setting
*If you have an idea for a topic you'd like to work on during the sprint, please add it below and next to your name.*
- Add as many details as possible, such as link to your issues, Pull requests, reference that you will use in your contributions, people you would like to involve and so on.
- If you like to work on one of the topics that are already suggested, please add your name next to that one and connect with them on GitHub. Teamwork makes the dream work.
Name / Topic, issue, PR you are working on today
- Malvika / monthly newsletter (in the first pomodoro) :D
- Peter / starting a research reproducibility services through the library - interested in reproducibility problem
- Review chapter on Research Data:
- Oxley PR, Ruffing J, Campion TR Jr, Wheeler TR, Cole CL. Design and Implementation of a Secure Computing Environment for Analysis of Sensitive Data at an Academic Medical Center. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2018 Dec 5;2018:857-866. PMID: 30815128; PMCID: PMC6371349.
- Esther submitted a poster proposal for RDA: invites support in developing this poster
- "offboarding gracefully" - In Carol W.'s tutorial on Governance
#### Wondering where to start?
Here are a few suggestions for good first contributions:
- Introduction slides: [https://zenodo.org/record/4095440](https://zenodo.org/record/4095440),
- Read the book and click edit on GitHub button when you come across your page of your interest: https://the-turing-way.netlify.app/welcome
- Fix a typo in [the book](https://the-turing-way.netlify.com) and/or [repository](https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way).
- Flag the unclear or duplicated information in the book by opening an [issue on the GitHub](https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way/issues).
- Fix an [old issue](https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way/issues) or comment on the the [pull requests](https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way/pulls).
- Open an issue describing content that you've written - on a blog or in one of your own github repositories - that readers of The Turing Way community could benefit from.
- See more info on the GitHub: https://github.com/alan-turing-institute/the-turing-way
### Notes and questions for the sprint hosts
*These will be discussed during the breaks*
- Open Life Science mentoring program: openlifesci.org/ (for learning open practices and bring those practices into their work)
- - https://www.turing.ac.uk/research/research-projects/data-safe-havens-cloud
:wave: Wrap up and feedback
Thank you for joining us at this sprint! We hope that you enjoyed learning about and contributing to _The Turing Way_!
**Reminder to send your application for the upcoming Book Dash**
- We are hosting our next book dash online from 9 to 13 November 2020. You are welcome to apply: [https://forms.gle/VNu1Lsr8KyStQTdV8](https://forms.gle/VNu1Lsr8KyStQTdV8). Deadline: 22 Oct 2020.
- Preview its content here: https://tinyurl.com/tw-bookdash-template
- Our chapter on Bookdash with reports from last events to learn more: https://the-turing-way.netlify.app/community-handbook/bookdash.html
**Share your feedback with us**
*What did you enjoy about the sprint?*
*What surprised you?*
*What did not work for you? How could that be improved?*
*Anything else you would like to share with The Turing Way Team?*
*This materials is available under CC-BY 4.0 license, _The Turing Way_, October 2020*