Please take a moment prior to GOSH to introduce yourself. Here’s some suggested prompts, but share links, stories, etc. in whatever format you prefer!
- Your name
- Where you’re coming from
- What is your involvement in open science hardware?
- What you’re looking forward to at GOSH?
- What connections are you hoping to make?
To start us off (and as an example), here’s mine:
Hi, I’m Shannon Dosemagen (@sdosemagen on Twitter)! I work with an organization based out of the United States called Public Lab (publiclab.org or @PublicLab). We support communities and groups around the world in asking questions about their environment and health through processes we called “community science”. Open hardware tools and the methods built around them, are key to our work. At GOSH this year, I’m going to be running around making sure everyone is having an awesome experience, so I’ll be excited to meet all of you one-on-one! I’m always interested in learning from others about community science work they are doing, but I’m especially interested in building connections at this GOSH that help move forward some of the items in the roadmap related to changing policy.