The Public Knowledge Project will be holding its spring sprint in conjunction with the Library Publishing Forum. PKP sprints run “unconference” style, typically focusing on rapid code development for our open source publishing applications. Small, self-organized teams work together to solve common software issues or make enhancements that benefit everyone.
As good software development also involves requirements gathering – UI (user interface) prototyping, UX (user experience) evaluation, and other non-coding tasks – you don’t need to know PHP or MySQL to contribute to the future of PKP software. To learn more, check out past PKP sprints by searching their blog.