I’m no longer interested i this campaign. Best of luck with it.
Thank you! I removed you from the Campaigners group.
I would love to join this awareness campaign group. I’m not from tech but have a public health background coordinating projects. Have recently started a program called the Unplugged Village and am plugging away at creating awareness in San Diego CA. I agree about the comments in regards to using humor. Recently surveyed people who came in for unplugged dining nights about what they would like for future nights and comedy was #1 pick. Confirmed my hunch that people are tired of scare tactics and may fair best with humor to get them to part with their phones. Looking forward to checking out github and seeing if there is some way I can get involved.
Fantastic @Unpluggedvillage, consider yourself part of the team! There is no requirement at all to have a tech background. In fact we have other members active in healthcare and were discussing definition of campaign theme(s) for that in Tech Wise Campaign Theme: Promoting prudent technology use in child education
Just found the community by following Tristan’s articles on Medium. I’m a videographer based in NYC, would love to help if there’s need for video shooting, editing, or audio recording. I also do 360/VR films/apps. I’ve visited the GitHub site - it seems quite complicated to navigate and follow the conversations - hopefully it will get easier when I’m more familiar with it!
Hi @MelodyLiu , welcome!
Yes, Github is not so easy at the beginning, it was made mainly for developers to work on code projects. Basically it’s a place where you can store a repository with the artifacts (code, documents, etc.), you can open issues/things to do and comment on them and, most of all, you can download the current version of the repository, make your changes/edits and upload the newer version, which would became, if approved, the master version, shared with the other contributors.
Take a look at this campaign proposal, there’s also a sketched storyboard I made. Otherwise there are other proposals, still as issues (in issues list they have the word ‘proposal’ in their label).
Your skills could be very useful here!
Wonderful, Melody! As Michele says, we have some exciting plans for creating cool video’s.
Don’t worry about Github being complicated. You do not have to understand all discusssion that is going on there. Github issues are for elaborating the details for people directly involved in certain tasks. General discussion takes places on this forum. You can find the topics in the
Campaigns & projects category, and in the Campaigners group inbox.
On Github you’ll find the final versions of the Campaign documents, and their corresponding Themes and Strategies. They are accessible from the project README and will become part of the Community Website, that is under construction.
Thank you @micheleminno!
Sure I will go through the proposals and see where I can contribute. And will try to learn more about Github in the meantime