[OLPC-GSoC] Working On Project
meta.sj at gmail.com
Thu Apr 24 12:40:38 EDT 2008
Hello, Abhishek! Replying to this and a few previous posts:
1. Every student who had an assigned mentor should be in touch with that
mentor to discuss how you may need to update your milestones and timelines,
with an eye towards having something to show at the end of August (when we
hope to showcase all of this work).
Many great projects did not have mentors assigned; if you would like a
mentor and did not get one, please post here and ask! We do have mentors
2. For everyone who proposed a project, please follow the link on the page
for our contributors program:
Be sure to provide your shipping address, a phone number (which we need for
shipping), and a link to your project and a note that this was a SoC
I will be posting the list of the top 30 or so projects which we are
automatically accepting into the contributors program; the others will be
accepted on a case by case basis, as we accept all new proposals.
On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 12:22 PM, Abhishek Tiwari <
abhishektiwari.btech at gmail.com> wrote:
> First of, Congratulations to the selected project proposals!
> Although my project proposal ( Customizing Moodle to include efficient
> Examination Processes<http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Customizing_Moodle_to_include_efficient_Examination_Processes>) did not get accepted, but like other enthusiastic students I too want to
> continue my work on my proposal. And in regards to that was wondering about
> a few things:
> 1. Can I get any help / mentor-ship over the course of development to keep
> up the development standards; may be from the same mentor who was assigned
> to me during GSoC review period? (Having some (even very limited) sort of
> mentor-ship gives assurance of not missing out on any standard charters
> being followed at OLPC - which is I guess necessary when you are remotely
> 2. SJ mentioned about 35 projects being above par, to whom OLPC may look
> forward to offer XOs, auto-developer program enrollment, internships, etc. I
> wanted to know if my proposal stands in those 35? If yes, how can I avail
> any of them? Is there a process for the same or OLPC will contact itself?
> Gsoc mailing list
> Gsoc at lists.laptop.org
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