Get started with the new web components standard and Google's Polymer web components framework as part of an open source project: the Collaboration Tree. Web components allow you to create new HTML tags which can be used with any other HTML based web technology. Polymer adds data binding for cascading changes, as well as a broad library of polished components. The Collaboration Tree (cTree) is an open source project in progress, built on Polymer, who's goal is to create a new large scale collaborative discussion platform (read: open think tank).This is a special Hacktoberfest event, where we'll introduce you to the project and help you get hands on with Polymer web components. If you want to continue learning and working with Polymer on a real project you can pick up one of our MVP tickets as part of Hacktoberfest, while helpping us get ready for distributing to early adopters. For newer developers, open source project teams are a great way to build up your resume.Doors open at 5:30 and we'll get started around 6.Before the eventWe recommend joining our Slack group and seting up the project in advance. If you have any issues we can help you resolve them during the event. We also encourage you to sign up for GitHub if you don't already have an accountIf you're looking to jump in a bit early we're also at Hack for LA most Tuesday nights.Free parkingParking is available up the ramp off Beverly Blvd, just next to 2731 Beverly Blvd. Take the stairs down from the center of the parking lot and follow the signs to the lobby.