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Check out also the FOSS Outreach Program for Women. Both programs were run in parallel.
- This list is not current; see Google Summer of Code past projects#2013.
The first mentor listed is the primary mentor.
You can also check the official list of projects at the GSoC website.
|Nilesh Chakraborty (Nilesh)||Kolkata, India||Working on the Entity Suggester, tracking code in this gerrit repository
Bonding : OK
June report: OK
July report: OK
Mid-term evaluation: OK
|Wikidata Entity Suggester||Daniel Kinzler, Denny||46555, 45351|
|Yevheniy Vlasenko (Zhenya)||Ukraine, Chernihiv||Contributed to Extension:SocialProfile||Improvement of glossary tools||Yury Katkov and Stephan Gambke||47981|
The bonding also goes for mentors, who need to get familiar with their student and their duties as GSoC mentors.
We will organize a virtual meetup inviting all students and mentors, open to the rest of the community. Stay tuned.
Community bonding periodEdit
By June 1st
We are working on a post for the Wikimedia tech blog where we will link to the mediawiki.org user profiles and project pages of all GSoC and OPW students. You can help!
We will also include these links in the Mentorship programs monthly report, and this is why the deadline is important.
- Make sure your mediawiki.org profile is up to date.
- Include one short paragraph introducing yourself and your expectations about your GSoC project. We will add it to the blog post.
- All the better if you include a casual landscape picture of yourself in the actual place where you will work on your GSoC project. We will also include these pictures to the blog post. You can upload the picture to http://commons.wikimedia.org using the web interface or the Commons mobile app.
By June 17th
- You have a good intro of your project at the GSoC website that is descriptive, looks good and links to your full project page at mediawiki.org.
- You have setup your development environment and you are confident of having read and understood the relevant documentation for your project.
- You are subscribed to wikitech-l, following at least all GSoC related threads.
- If there is a specific mailing list relevant to your project (mediawiki-i18n, wikidata-tech, offline-l, mobile-l, xmldatadumps-l, semediawiki-devel) you are also subscribed and following.
- You have agreed the way of working with your mentors (code, bugs, updates, regular communication), it is based on public community channels and documented in your full project page at mediawiki.org.
- You have posted a comment in the bug report related to your project explaining the current status and next steps.
- You are aware that you can watch mediawiki.org pages and enable notifications to your user preferences.
After completing this checklist please add "Bonding: OK" to the Updates column of the table above. Then you can wait until June 17th or you can start coding right away!
By end of June
- June report linked from the corresponding Mentorship programs monthly report and from your entry at the table above as "June report: OK".
By end of July
- Monthly report. Linking from monthly report and table just like before.
- Mentors: Mid-term evaluation. After submitting it, add "Mid-term evaluation: OK" to your row in the table.
By end of August
- Monthly report, same as before.
By end of September
- Final report.
GSoC Mentors SummitEdit
The people in charge of applying to GSoC, running the program and assist mentors and students in anything beyond their projects.