[OLPC-GSoC] Working On Project
bruno.panara at gmail.com
Thu Apr 24 12:58:53 EDT 2008
was wondering how to find out if we had been assigned a mentor? i'd been
told that there were a few people interested in mentoring my idea, but i
don't know who.
In case anybody is interested, my project is to bring java on the OLPC
laptop. It is quite a complicated task but i like challenges, so if anybody
wants to mentor the project, or simply has some tips for me, please let me
more details here: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Gsoc_java_proposal
also the link to the contributors program appears to be non-existent..
On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 5:40 PM, Samuel Klein <meta.sj at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> without students.
> 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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