- Help teams to meet at one location and join forces.
- Provide a location and accommodation for teams from the regular open sprint budget.
- Make it easier for interested community members to get involved - onboard them when they want to sneak into a team.
Teams can prepare collaborative agendas for regular open sprints, but they can also just share a sprint location. Even when they aren't directly working on the same project, they can get together and share the same space. It is always inspiring when people see what other teams are doing. It's a great way to get new ideas and creative solutions. And of course, these kind of sprints are also open for everyone who wants to contribute to the project. For example, to improve documentation, create content, create a patch, do a review, and to meet others in the community.