I like online workshops, they’re easy to record and keep for future reference.
But as you probably know, getting people to attend is a major headache. Barely 10 people attended for GitHub workshop that you held, and about 15 people for @Akz workshop on ML even though more than 35 people attended the onsite version of that.
Even if people show up, leaving midway is all too easy. That’s the only problem I have.
We can give challenges kind of, like solve 50 problems this week or Atleast 3 contributions on open source, or develop a end to end project something.
Only difficulty is to track it and also need to have reward system.