BUGS Website

Mentor: BUGS Eboard
This project is entirely virtual and all contributions can be made as pull requests on GitHub. Contact the eboard for questions.

The BUGS website is an open source project and we appreciate any help on the planned upgrades listed on the README TODO, the listed issues, or any other contribution you have. Please make your contribution through the form of a pull request. If you are making a significant change, make sure your fork is hosted live through your GitHub account so we can review it’s functionality before approving the pull request.

Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software (HFOSS) Project

Mentor: Joanna Klukowska
To join this team, check out the Slack workspace.

The goal of this project is to explore several open source projects that are humanitarian in nature and figure out how to make contributions to those projects. Fore more information, check out the Slack workspace or the project’s Github account.

Meeting Times: Wednesdays 12:30-1:30pm, CIWW Room 905

RCOS Collaboration

Mentor: Bradley Brecher
The team is looking for more members. To get involved, contact him at

This semester BUGS is collaborating with the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute near Albany, New York. BUGS is bringing one of their open source projects called YACS (Yet Another Course Scheduler) to NYU. Currently the NYU team is working on converting the Albert data to “YACS form”. Along with that there is work to be done on frontend and backend so YACS can be adopted for NYU.