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Much like the rest of Mozilla, Webmaker is an open source project with a proud community of developers and volunteers. Here's a brief overview on how to contribute code to Webmaker. If you're looking for other ways to get involved that don't require understanding a computer
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Table of Contents1 How do I join Webmaker?2 How do I sign in to Webmaker3 Can I still use my Persona account?4 Where do I find my profile and projects?5 Can I use a password instead of Webmaker login by email?6 I lost my password. What do I do now?7 I'm still having problems.
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Webmaker is a global movement with mentors and Maker Parties happening all over the world. Localizing the tools and website are a fantastic way to contribute. Here's how: Table of Contents1 Get a Transifex account2 Find your language3 Start translating! Get a Transifex account Transifex
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There are many ways to contribute to Webmaker, big or small! If you have ten seconds: Send out a #Webmaker tweet or talk to the person sitting across from you. Get your networks as excited about webmaking as you are! If you have five minutes: Sign up for our mailing list. We have
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Every week we feature new makes on the homepage of webmaker.org and broadcast them out to our social media channels. Your chances of getting featured are greatly increased by doing the following: Share your make on Twitter using the #webmaker hashtag You will not only get our attention
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Have you noticed something changing recently on Webmaker, and you're not sure why? If so, it's possible you're seeing one of the variations of our A/B testing strategy. Table of Contents1 What is A/B Testing and why do we do it?2 Ways you can get involved in our A/B testing:
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Webmaker.org's search feature allows you to search for content by Title, Description, Tags and Users. This is possible thanks to metadata stored in the Make API about each Make on the site. Searching is different from filtering because it allows you to find Makes based on any
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If you're new to creating with Webmaker, read about making something for the first time. If you like what you're making, read more about proper tagging and other tips for getting noticed Table of Contents1 Awesome things you can make1.1 Something fun1.2 Something important1.3
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Awesome! Our mentor community is growing strong and is a great way to make a real impact. Learn about being a mentor and help us build the Webmaker movement. We also have a range of Teaching Kits at webmaker.org/teach that are filled with information and resources for you and your
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How to tag Webmaker Makes with the Web Literacy Map Help future webmakers and mentors teach the web by tagging your makes that align to the Web Literacy Map! Use the below syntax to ensure that your makes are surfaced when someone searches for a particular term from the Web Literacy
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Here’s how to find what people are making Look on Twitter: the best way to see what’s happening around the globe. Search for the #makerparty hashtag. Visit the Webmaker blog. Check out our weekly event roundup, our list of Webmaker’s best makes, or just search for Maker Party to find
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