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The Teaching Open Source community provides a neutral point for collaboration between anyone with an interest in Open Source education. The next generation of software developers, computer scientists, system administrators, analysts, and build engineers need to understand Open Source and must be able to work efficiently within Open Source communities, and this community is on the forefront of this effort to modernize computer science education.
The bulk of Teaching Open Source's discussion and planning takes place on the TeachingOpenSource Mailing List. It's important that anyone interested in getting involved in the community join the mailing list and introduce themselves. After introducing yourself, we can find many projects for you to get involved in, and many other ways to collaborate within and outside of Teaching Open Source.