On Thu, Aug 21, 2014 at 09:06:39PM +0100, Stefan Hajnoczi wrote:
Dear mentors and core contributors, Outreach Program for Women is starting the next round in October 2014. OPW funds women to work on open source software for 12 weeks with the help of mentors: https://wiki.gnome.org/OutreachProgramForWomen/ We just completed a successful round of OPW and Google Summer of Code. Other organizations have also been participating successfully in OPW like the Linux kernel with Greg KH and other mentors. Would you like to mentor in OPW October 2014?
I could use some of my time to help others participate in the community.
Regular code contributors to QEMU, KVM, and libvirt are eligible to participate as mentors. We also need project ideas that are achievable in 12 weeks by someone skilled in programming but not necessarily familiar with open source or our codebase. Ideas welcome!
It's just a matter of ideas. Maybe we could revisit some of those we had for GSoC. If I'm reading the deadline for project ideas is October 22nd, so I think we'll definitely come up with something. In first pitch this might be a rewriting of storage driver to handle jobs (our failed GSoC project from this year), and if admin API gets added, there will be many APIs and ideas how to expand it. Martin
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