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by warren |
December 08, 2017 15:12 |
Of course anyone can post their work on the website, but what are the starting requirements to join the Community Kits program?
We'll be posting more on this soon, but the very first steps are to be sure your project is posted on PublicLab.org on a wiki page -- like these examples:
The page should have:
There's a good template on the Wiki Templates page -- the "Method Template Light":
Start using the template here
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You can also take a look at our checklist (a starting place for anyone interested in participating in the Community Kits initiative) here!
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