I am not telling that any mentors are good or bad , but I request admins to atleast look their github or salsa repo that how they are helping students by their mentoring . So that the well deserving Mentors , can go to Summit to represent Debian .On Fri, Aug 10, 2018 at 12:58 PM, Dashamir Hoxha <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:On Fri, Aug 10, 2018 at 9:15 AM Manas Kashyap <email@example.com> wrote:Sorry , for interruption between the mentors ,But can i know except rolling the dice ,
What are the things that a mentor should know and after how many contribution ,they can go for this prestigious SummitTo my understanding, the only GSoC requirement for a mentor is that he has mentored a project on the last GSoC term. The rest of selection criteria (if any) is up to the admin(s). So, the mentors of the past years (for example) do not count for participation on the summit, no matter how many contributions they have done.And why there is rolling of dice rather then a formal written format for it and a review of best admin to represent Debian in Mentor summit .
I know , i am not mentor and i shouldn't interfere in this matter but , as a part of Debian community . I am just asking some questions.Since this discussion is happening on a list that has mostly students, I guess that it is Ok for the students to participate in the discussion.Regards,Dashamir