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This is the project page for the Sugar Labs [https://opensource.googleblog.com/2017/10/welcoming-25-mentor-organizations-for.html application ] to [https://developers.google.com/open-source/gci/ Google Code In 2017]. Sugar Labs community members: please feel free to add tasks below. We'll do an edit before final applications are due the fourth week of October 2017.
== Message to potential participants ==
Es importante que obtengas el permiso de tus padres para participar.
 
https://developers.google.com/open-source/gci/resources/contest-rules
Please see the Contest Rules for Eligibility and Registration process.
=== general tasks ===
# Organize a Turtle Art Day (or Music Blocks Day) in your community (Outreach)
# Create a 60 second promotional video on Sugar and its community (Outreach)
# Host a Question and Answer (Q&A)/Information session about Sugar on Google Hangouts. (Outreach)
# DIY Sugar on a Stick||Organize and host a Sugar on a Stick party where you show people how to make their own Sugar on a Stick. (Outreach)
# Find an educator who is using open-source educational software to teach. Interview the educator about their experience as an educator and why they are using open-source software to teach. (Outreach)
# Write a blog post about your experience as a GCI participant for Sugar Labs. (Outreach)
# Create a 10-minute presentation celebrating at least three women within the Sugar community and/or the open-source community at large. (Research/Outreach)
# Gather information on who could benefit from using or knowing about Sugar. (Research)
# Find the resources that people are using throughout the world to learn about or teach Sugar Activities. (Research)
# Find the missing repo: we've lost track of the source repository of some Sugar activities: help us find them (Research)
# Investigate Google Fuzzing tool (Research)
# Add more synths/sound fonts to Music Blocks (Research)
# Design the music equivalent of Turtle Confusion for Music Blocks (Research)
# Wiki cleanup (Documentation)
# Music Blocks examples (Documentation/Training)
# Write a review about an Activity in Sugar. (Documentation)# How should the Sugar UI change to accommodate a small screen? (User interface)# What else should be made easier to customize in Sugar with minimal programming? (User interface)# Create a unit tests for a JavaScript activity (Quality assurance)# Bugzilla clean up (QAQuality assurance)# Refactor Turtle graphics to adopt look of Javascript version (Code: Python)# Refactor Planet server for Turtle Blocks (Code: Python)# Write a Pinetrest plugin for the Sugar Journal (Code: Python)# Investigate CSound/Python version of Music Blocks (Code: Python)# Resolve an open issue from https://github.com/sugarlabs/ (Code: Python)
# Teach me how to draw activity (Code: Javascript)
# Plugin manager for Turtle JS (Code: Javascript)
# Refactor Turtle graphics to adopt look of Javascript version (Code: Python)
# Improvements to Lilypond interface (Code: Javascript)
# Add more synths/sound fonts to Music Blocks (Research)
# Add ABC import to Music Blocks (Code: Javascript)
# Add Lilypond import to Music Blocks (Code: Javascript)
# Refactor Planet server for Turtle Blocks (Code: Python)
# Wiki cleanup (Documentation)
# Write a Turtle plugin (Code: Javascript)
# Write a Pinetrest plugin for the Sugar Journal (Code: Python)
# Investigate CSound/Python version of Music Blocks (Code: Python)
# Visualize turtle movements in Pitch-Time Matrix (Code: Javascript)
# Visualize turtle pitch in Music Blocks widget (Code: Javascript)
# Organize a Turtle Art Day (or Music Blocks Day) in your community (Outreach)
# Create a 60 second promotional video on Sugar and its community (Outreach)
# Host a Question and Answer (Q&A)/Information session about Sugar on Google Hangouts. (Outreach)
# DIY Sugar on a Stick||Organize and host a Sugar on a Stick party where you show people how to make their own Sugar on a Stick. (Outreach)
# Gather information on who could benefit from using or knowing about Sugar. (Research)
# Find the resources that people are using throughout the world to learn about or teach Sugar Activities. (Research)
# Find an educator who is using open-source educational software to teach. Interview the educator about their experience as an educator and why they are using open-source software to teach. (Outreach)
# Write a review about an Activity in Sugar. (Documentation)
# Create a 10-minute presentation celebrating at least three women within the Sugar community and/or the open-source community at large. (Outreach)
# Write a blog post about your experience as a GCI participant for Sugar Labs. (Outreach)
# How should the Sugar UI change to accommodate a small screen? (User interface)
# What else should be made easier to customize in Sugar with minimal programming? (User interface)
# Create a unit tests for a JavaScript activity (Quality assurance)
# Write a JavaScript version of [http://activities.sugarlabs.org/en-US/sugar/addon/4450 Turtle Confusion] (Code: JavaScript)
# Design the music equivalent of Turtle Confusion for Music Blocks (Research)
# Write a extruder in JavaScript to convert from SVG to STL for 3D printing. (Code: JavaScript)
# Write a slicer in JavaScript to convert between SL and GCODE for 3D printing. (Code: JavaScript)
# Resolve an open issue from https://github.com/sugarlabs/ (Code: Python)
# Resolve an open issue from https://github.com/walterbender/musicblocks/ (Code: JavaScript)
# Find the missing repoRewrite turtleblocksjs server (https: we've lost track of the source repository of some Sugar activities//github.com/tchx84/turtleblocksjs-server) using NodeJS, express (https: help us find them //www.npmjs.com/package/express) may be a good module to use (ResearchCode: Javascript)
Mentors: please feel free to add more tasks and/or add yourself as a potential mentor to an existing task.
:Feel free to add new tasks to the table above.
Depending on the projecttask, we will assign multiple mentors from our various development and support teams.
* Walter Bender - co-administrator
* Ignacio Rodriguez -co-administrator* Hrishi Patel* Tayba Wasim (Tabs16)* Ibiam Chihurumnaya* Rishabh Thaney* Samson Goddy*Maluchukwu Nebeolisa (Malus)

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