[Qgis-developer] Google Summer of Code liaison officer
werner.macho at gmail.com
Thu Apr 6 00:44:12 PDT 2017
Thanks for bringing this up Barry!
It really seems that QGIS has got enough proposals to work on, but we
are in heavy need of mentors.
It might be the students "fault" to just expect that "somebody" will
take mentorship anyway while in reality they should actively _search
and ask_ for mentors.
I still hope QGIS will make it and can only say I hope that there will
be some developers willing to take mentorship.
There is still a week left to take brief look at the proposals.
We could do something like an internal ranking and survey about the
proposals but still - we have to few mentors.
So please any developers willing step up and give new developers a
chance to get deeper into QGIS.
As a member of the QGIS community and currently helping osgeo-gsoc
admin team I would really like to see QGIS in the GsoC projects.
On Thu, Apr 6, 2017 at 9:17 AM, Barry Rowlingson
<b.rowlingson at lancaster.ac.uk> wrote:
> Who is the liaison officer for QGIS' GSoC proposals? There was an
> email from Margherita Di Leo on the OSGeo-GSoC list about the liaison
> officer having to review submitted proposals, but I didn't see anyone
> claiming to be the QGIS liaison officer.
> There are currently five QGIS proposals in the system, and only one of
> them has any mentors signed up at the moment. Projects without two
> mentors will automatically fail on April 11th.
> I think all projects will fail on April 11th if a QGIS Liaison Officer
> hasn't reviewed the proposals.
> Sorry if the qgis-dev list isn't the right place to ask this, I
> imagined the Liaison Officer would be someone on the developer team.
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