In 2019 and 2020, The Carpentries published a series of posts thanking the various parts of our community. Since that time, the community has supported The Carpentries through tumultuous times - from transitioning to online workshops and a virtual conference in 2020, to new and revitalized programs like the Curriculum Advisors Committee and the Community Facilitators Program. To be sure, there is no end to what we are grateful for from our community.
We want to know what you, our community, are grateful for this year in The Carpentries. Whether there is a specific memorable workshop you took part in or a fellow community member that helped you, we would love to share your story.
The Core Team will be joining you and sharing our green stickies and appreciations for the community throughout December.
How to Share Your Gratitudes
Please either share:
- Directly on Twitter with the hashtag #CarpentriesGratitude
- Add a comment to this GitHub issue
- Send your gratitude to email@example.com and we will share on your behalf, anonymously or with your name attached.
Previous Posts in the Gratitudes Series
If you are interested in reading the previous posts in the Gratitudes Series, you can find them all linked below:
- Extending Gratitude to the Executive Council for Governance in 2019
- With gratitude, to the Code of Conduct Committee
- Thank You for Supporting our Outreach Efforts
- Extending Gratitude to CarpentryCon 2020’s Task Force
- Expressing Gratitude to Our Instructor Development Committee
- Gratitude from the Infrastructure Team
- With Thanks from Carpentries Instructors in Africa
- Gratitude to the Growing Trainer Community
- Gratitude to Member Organisations and Champions
- We Appreciate Community Initiatives, our Fiscal Sponsor!
- We Appreciate Instructors and Helpers!
- We Appreciate Lesson Maintainers!
- We Appreciate the Regional Coordinators!
- Gratitude and the mission of fiscal sponsorship
- We are grateful for the Carpentries team - and the Executive Director
Thank you for being a part of this community and for everything you do!
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