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== Introduction ==
 
 
 
The purpose of this project is to get Sugar Labs ready for a [http://code.google.com/opensource/gsoc/2009/faqs.html Google Summer of Code] mentor organization application, and to coordinate a Sugar Labs Summer of Code effort if accepted. (From the 2009 FAQ: "Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a global program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source projects.")
 
 
 
This is a project under [[DevelopmentTeam]]. [[User:Mchua|Mchua]] is the current project coordinator and can be contacted with any questions.
 
 
 
== What makes a good project ==
 
 
 
Our focus is on '''collaboration''' and '''community''' for the summer 2009 round of projects, though we'll also consider thoughtful proposals that lie outside these two areas and can make a strong case for how they would support the Sugar Labs [[Sugar_Labs|mission]].
 
 
 
=== Collaboration ===
 
 
 
This refers to API or activity work that makes [[collaboration]] "work better." A good metric for "works better" is to ask the following: "6 months after the summer ends, which projects are likely to have caused the highest increase in children-hours spent collaborating over Sugar Activities?"
 
 
 
=== Community ===
 
 
 
This refers to meta-work that makes it easy for Sugar to reach a broader [[community]]; this includes development tools (and accompanying implementation of processes and training), internationalization/localization, accessibility, infrastructure-building, and porting Sugar to other platforms.
 
 
 
A good metric for "reaches a broader community" is to ask the following: "6 months after the summer ends, which projects are likely to cause the highest increase in SL community members that have participated consistently on a team for a minimum of 3 months?"
 
 
 
== Get involved ==
 
 
 
=== Mentors ===
 
 
 
The preliminary [[/Mentors]]' application page is now up.
 
 
 
=== Students ===
 
 
 
Student applications open on March 23rd.  In the meantime, look at the list of [[DevelopmentTeam/ProjectIdeas | project ideas]] or propose your own. Bring your proposals to the community, developers, and potential mentors for feedback on [[Sugar_Labs/Contacts | the mailing list]] or [[IRC]].
 
 
 
=== Supporters ===
 
 
 
We're currently in the "get ideas" phase; please see [[DevelopmentTeam/ProjectIdeas]] for a list of potential projects, and add your own. (There are some [[MarketingTeam/Events/Sugarcamp_Boston_2008/Minutes#Items_from_the_roadmap_brainstorm|more project ideas]] from a brainstorming session at Sugar Camp that should be ported over; let [[User:Mchua|Mchua]] know if you'd like to help with this.)
 
 
 
We would welcome help coordinating the overall effort as well; please contact [[User:Mchua|Mchua]] if you'd like to get involved with this. We are currently working on the [[/SL application]] to Google.
 
 
 
== Community-building ideas ==
 
 
 
The mentoring org application includes the following questions:
 
 
 
# What steps will you take to encourage students to interact with your project's community before, during and after the program?
 
# What will you do to ensure that your accepted students stick with the project after GSoC concludes?
 
 
 
This is a place for brainstorming these issues.
 
 
 
[11:59] <mchua> homunq: we also need a general plan for how we're going to use this as a good community building tool for new developers, though that's a little vague
 
[11:59] <mchua> homunq: stuff like "would a weekly check-in email be a good idea?" "do we require mentor meetings on IRC?" "are students mandated to blog about their work?"
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:Participate]]
 
[[Category:GSoC]]
 

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