Google Summer of Code 2019.
sushilkhanchi97 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 13:45:00 EST 2019
As I was Google Summer of Code student last year I know how much important
it is for a student to have a mentor who will review the patches or provide
pointer to the right person for a particular topic. I would love to work
with a student and happy to see a new contributor in mercurial community.
If there is a project where I can be a part of mentoring, I am very much
interested to have that opportunity.
On Tue, Feb 5, 2019 at 9:24 PM Pulkit Goyal <7895pulkit at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> I hope you're doing well.
> We missed the initial deadline for application to PSF for Google Summer of
> Code. Don't be scared, things are fine. Once google announces the list of
> organizations, PSF can accept more sub-orgs. Google will announce list of
> orgs on 26th Feb.
> So let's get ourselves prepared till then. I am happy to manage things for
> us this year too. But if someone else wants to take up, I am happy to share
> the load.
> That said, we need project ideas and mentors.
> The coding period is of roughly three months. Hence project should not be
> very small. Projects can be big and we can put initial part of that in
> summer of code and if student wants to continue contributing, they can
> maybe complete that.
> In past years, we had project ideas like python3-porting, releasenotes
> extension, improvement to largefiles, improving grep etc.
> If you have any such project idea, please reply to this email. Good
> project ideas will help us get more applications.
> We also need people to mentor. Quoting from summer of code webiste:
> Mentors are people from the community who volunteer to work with a
> student. Mentors provide guidance such as pointers to useful documentation,
> code reviews, etc. In addition to providing students with feedback and
> pointers, a mentor acts as an ambassador to help student contributors
> integrate into their project’s community.
> If you are willing to mentor, please reply to this email.
> Thanks and regards
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