Is it mandatory to also submit them on Debian's Wiki? Now that over 30 students have submitted their proposals using Google Docs, that would seem to me double work.
Jaminy Prabaharan 於 2018年03月17日 星期六 01:55 下午 寫道:
I have created a Debian wiki page for adding all the project submissions from the students.
It would be great if all mentors suggest and help your students to add their projects there.
Feel free to reply to this mail if you have any doubts/ideas.
On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 2:39 AM, Daniel Pocock <email@example.com> wrote:
In the past, students created their applications on the wiki
Now we also have processes for them to fill out details on the GSoC and
Outreachy web sites but do we still want them to create a basic wiki
page introducing themselves?
Note that I'm not referring to pages with the project URL, only basic
wiki user pages like https://wiki.debian.org/DanielPocock
Asking students to put some categories on their page (e.g. a GSoC tag, a
tag for their country) could help to quickly see a list of people in a
particular country or school. E.g. if we can see all the applicants in
Brazil, somebody from the local community there may want to contact them
about MiniDebConf in April, even if their mentor wasn't aware of that
event and hadn't been able to tell them about it.