The Raspberry Pi Foundation is looking for help in making the Raspberry Pi an awesome robot for its employees.

The foundation’s “Makerbot Robotics Challenge” has a deadline of August 11, so if you want to enter, you need to do it before then. 

Raspberry Pi has already won several Makerbot awards, and Makerbot Robotics has an extensive collection of Raspberry Pi hardware, but that doesn’t mean the foundation is ready to make the Pi an everyday tool. 

The Raspberry Pi Challenge will take place in a number of locations around the world, including a number of international conferences, and a lot of hardware will be donated.

The Raspberry pi is one of the most popular Raspberry Pi boards on the market, and there’s a good chance that Makerbot will be giving it away to the public for free.

Makerbot’s website says the Raspberry pi has been designed to be easy to use for both novice and experienced makers.

The team will also be looking for students, hobbyists, and students who want to work on projects on the Raspberry PI. 

To participate, you’ll need to be at least 16 years old.

Makerbots says it’s looking for “some basic programming experience, some programming experience in C++, and some experience with Arduino or Raspberry Pi.”

Makerbots is asking students to come up with their own ideas for the robot, and to show them how to make a Raspberry Pi robot.

MakerBot will use the competition to make Raspberry Pi robots. 

“We want to encourage young people to get involved and help us create better robots for everyone,” Makerbot CEO Mark Shuttleworth said in a statement. 

Makerbots isn’t the only maker trying to make robots that are more user-friendly.

Last month, an MIT startup called Makerspace Industries said it would be making an Arduino-based robot that would act like a robot at a “meeting room” level. 

Makerspace, founded by MIT grads Andrew and Emily Miller, has already made some robots for customers. 

A few months ago, the MIT Robotics Institute launched the Makerbot Open Lab, which allowed anyone to build robots at home for use at MakerBot’s offices.

The MIT Open Lab is open to anyone who wants to participate. 

For the Makerbot Challenge, Makerbot says it wants to see “people from all over the world make their own robots, learn from one another, and build something truly unique.” 

You can enter the Makerbots Makerbot challenge here.