[Qgis-developer] Google Summer of Code liaison officer
b.rowlingson at lancaster.ac.uk
Thu Apr 6 01:06:18 PDT 2017
Quick summary for anyone interested:
There's five projects:
* My remote-control API project which has a strong student and two
signed-up mentors, me as main mentor.
* A QGIS-PySAL (spatial analysis library) integration project which
also looks like a good student. I'll co-mentor that but it needs a
main mentor to do most of the work with the student.
* Two projects that seem to be about improving vector geoprocessing
algorithms, which I would have thought were libGEOS's business, but
the students don't mention libGEOS which worries me. No mentors
* A project on raster uncertainty visualisation that is working on
improving and extending the students' existing plugin. No mentors
On Thu, Apr 6, 2017 at 8:44 AM, Werner Macho <werner.macho at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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