Chintan is a budding IT professional and has an exceptional interest in challenging projects. He is associated with our Open Interview ever since we launched it. His technical help for Open Commentaries is commendable.
Sneha has great interest in editing. She is a freelance proof-reader and copy editor– associated with some publishers and academicians. She is pursuing Library and Information Science from University of Mumbai. No post appears on either Open Commentaries or Open Interview without her assistance. Her inputs are always valuable.
Want to be a volunteer?
We are looking for creative volunteers* for the following positions/areas. Interested volunteers may write to the Editor [firstname.lastname@example.org] with contact details and brief profile about their professional background.
- Experts who can suggest some experts, share contacts, offer expert suggestions to interpret facts/issues/answers, amend some submissions, suggest supporting literature/facts, answer some complex questions asked by the readers, etc.
- Copy editors and proof readers who can help us editing the submissions pre and post posting of the blog post.
- Translators: An experienced volunteer in translating the submissions into foreign language/s and regional language/s. The translated version would be shared on this platform with due credit to the volunteer/translator. This is a great opportunity for the volunteers get wider publicity for their voluntary help/services.
- Creative persons who would be the voice of our platform. They offer creative inputs and make our blog more user-friendly; help us have a wide reach and accessibility on various digital platforms; discuss with the people concerned and share about the ideas documented in the submissions and request them to share their valuable comments.
- Technicians who have sound knowledge of scripting languages, web hosting, designing, software testing etc.
*Note: Volunteers’ contribution/help will be acknowledged wholeheartedly by Open Commentaries but they wouldn’t be paid for the same since Open Commentaries is a not-for-profit initiative.