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Re: soc mentor?

From: Noah Lavine
Subject: Re: soc mentor?
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 17:06:30 -0400


I would be happy to mentor for SoC! I think it's a great program. I
can also promise that I'll have a lot more time to work on Guile stuff
over the summer than I do now, which should be perfect for SoC. :-)

My only questions are about logistics. Do I have to do any paperwork
or something like that to mentor? Where can I see the proposals and
give feedback? And how many spots does Guile have?

Also, if we have three proposals for CPAN, then certainly two people
should do something else, but how do we decide which two people? Paul
and Diego both posted a list of proposals to the list before settling
on their final one, so I imagine we could ask them to choose a
different one from their list.


On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 4:44 PM, Andy Wingo <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Noah,
> Are you interested in mentoring for the SoC this year?  We currently
> have four proposals, they all look fine, but three of them are for
> the CPAN-alike.  We need to shake up those students.  But if we were to
> get more slots -- totally unknown at this point, btw -- we would need
> more mentors, and more projects.  For example Diogo might be interested
> in guile-gnome stuff, and perhaps Paul or Kentarô might be interested in
> something else as well.  Perhaps you could mentor a CPAN.  Dunno.
> Basically the deadline for project applications has passed, but students
> can still modify their proposals, so actually they can change to totally
> different proposals.  Anyway.  Let me know your thoughts.  Copying
> guile-devel so this is happening in public; and actually if any
> guile-devel reader feels interested in mentoring, and you are active in
> Guile, let me know and we can talk about it.  But we do have to be
> somewhat quick about it.
> Cheers,
> Andy
> --

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