Quantum Kitchen (QKitchen) is our public repository for developing and sharing our educational projects, our code, and similar materials. It is open to individuals and groups. Currently, our workspace is available under https://gitlab.com/qkitchen.
At the moment, we have two ongoing projects:
- Basics of Quantum Computing is our repository containing the materials for the basics of quantum computing, the basic quantum algorithms and protocols, and also for teaching how to use available quantum libraries such as Qiskit.
- QPool2019 is our repository to develop new materials on different topics, which can be used to design new courses on quantum computing, information, and software. We plan to design a quantum semester and a short-term school based on the materials from the pool.
We are in our initialization phase. Over time, we will have new projects to develop new educational materials and tools.
Joining the existing projects
If You would like to join our community, please contact our coordinators Adam Glos and Zoltán Zimborás (qkitchen [at] qworld.lu.lv). Then we will discuss your contribution and provide you with space which you can use for developing Your materials. If you believe you can improve one of our existing or under-development, you are welcome to contact us as well!
Joining with a new project
One(s) can apply to join QKitchen with a new project proposal, which is revised by our coordinators. You can contact us with your intention and we can discuss how to proceed and further details.
- Each group and individual can keep their projects private up to a moment, but it should be public at the end.
- The rules of each project are determined by the owner(s)/maintainer(s)/community of the project, which must be approved by the coordinators of QKitchen.
Code of Conduct
Each member of QKitchen must accept our code of ethics and code of conduct and Code of Conduct of QKitchen workspace and then respect and follow the codes, rules, and regulations. In particular, QWorld uses open-source licenses, by default
- CC-BY-4.0 (or earlier versions) for the content, documentation, texts, graphics, and similar materials, available at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode
- Apache License 2.0 for code and software, available at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
We believe that following certain conventions when preparing the educational materials will increase the accessibility of them by the students and educators. Therefore, we kindly ask all contributors to read our guideline before starting their projects. Note that the guideline has also the link of a course template.
Coordinators: Adam Glos (QPoland) and Zoltán Zimborás (QHungary)
Contact: qkitchen [at] qworld.lu.lv