Participate

Use HydroShare

Go to http://www.hydroshare.org to discover data and models shared by others, to create an account to archive and disseminate your content, and to join or create a group to collaborate with others.

Integrate HydroShare Into Your Workshop Or Classroom

Interested in teaching others how to share, discover, and collaborate around data, models, and code? Get in touch with help@cuahsi.org to learn how others have used HydroShare in their workshops and classrooms. Please note that most website maintenance occurs on Tuesday mornings from 8-10am ET about 0-2 times per month, maintenance sometimes requires downtime in which HydroShare is unavailable for a brief time. We do our best to inform recent users of this downtime but please contact help@cuahsi.org if you are planning a workshop or classroom that falls on a Tuesday.

Keep in touch

Sign up for the CUAHSI Mailing list to receive email announcements with news and updates on HydroShare and other CUAHSI activities.

Open Source Code

HydroShare is being developed using a combination of Python, Django, iRODS, Jupyter, Tethys and other technologies.  HydroShare code development is being managed using GitHub https://github.com/hydroshare/hydroshare.  If you want to participate in code development join GitHub and email us (mhenderson@cuahsi.org) to request access to the code repository.  We are happy to consider code contributions from anyone but will generally ask you to demonstrate your coding ability and discuss your plans with us before giving you commit access to the GitHub repository.  You are of course free to use the code from GitHub according to the terms of the New BSD-3-Clause Open Source license.

Join our team

The development team uses the email  listserves team at hydroshare.org (for everyone interested) and dev at hydroshare.org (for development details).  If you wish to participate in team activities email us (dtarb@usu.edu), to let us know how you would like to participate.