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Thu Mar 3 15:37:21 UTC 2016
On Thu, 3 Mar 2016 15:55:51 +0100
Armin Krezović <armin.krezovic at fet.ba> wrote:
> On 03.03.2016 05:30, Jonas Ådahl wrote:
> > On Thu, Mar 03, 2016 at 04:56:23AM +0100, Armin Krezović wrote:
> >> Hello everyone,
> > Hi!
> Hi Jonas, thanks for your quick reply.
> >> My name is Armin Krezović, a 3rd year student from Bosnia and Herzegovina studying
> >> at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Tuzla.
> >> I want to participate in this year's Google Summer of Code and have decided
> >> that Wayland is my project of choice.
> >> I am interested in working on Weston output management enhancements. Where do I
> >> start? I have already mailed a patch that implements a feature listed in
> >> "First task ideas" page.
> > I see that you have already found
> > https://phabricator.freedesktop.org/w/wayland/gsoc_2016/application_instructions/
> > , have already found an idea that interests you and made a simple
> > contribution. As written in the instructions, the next step would be to
> > start drafting a project proposal and then find someone to review it.
> > That someone could for example be one of the "possible mentors" of the
> > idea related to the proposal you write.
> > As I wrote in the other reply, feel free to ask any questions here and
> > you can often find someone who can help in #wayland on irc.freenode.net.
> What's the procedore of picking a mentor? Just asking some (all) of the
> listed possible mentors for the given idea? It's a bit early for a
> proposal draft now, but I'll come up with one shortly.
for now it is enough for you to know that someone is willing to mentor
your chosen topic. As you chose a topic from our ready-made list that
already lists the people willing to mentor the topics, you're fine.
If the topic had only one possible mentor listed, or none, then you'd
have to ask around. It is good to have a backup mentor too.
Final mentor assignments happen when it's time for the organization
admins to make the decisions on which projects get accepted. Mentors
pick you, you don't pick them. You can only ask that there will be
someone to pick you.
If you need help before that, or just for reviewing your application
before submitting it, you can ask anyone. Naturally the listed
possible mentors are likely victims. ;-)
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