rlane32 at gmail
Jan 13, 2012, 1:07 PM
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I'd love some help with the OpenStackManager interface. Development of
Re: Want student help with your MediaWiki project?
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it is fairly straightforward when the environment is configured, and I
have that done in labs in the "openstack" project. I can give them
access to that project, of course.
On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 6:09 AM, Sumana Harihareswara
<sumanah [at] wikimedia> wrote:
> I've arranged for MediaWiki to get some interns this spring. Four
> bright college students -- they already know web development and have
> had internships at Facebook, Google, and Microsoft -- need a mentor.
> It's a bit like Google Summer of Code, but a part-time team rather than
> one full-timer. They'll each be working on MediaWiki 8-10 hours per
> week between now and the end of April. I figure I need one experienced
> MediaWiki developer as a mentor -- I'll be your admin, and community dev
> Amgine will be your backup. Amgine will lead the students in person
> next weekend during a code sprint in Vancouver.
> These interns don't yet know what they want to work on so you can choose
> a project with them. I'd help you run two half-hour IRC meetings per
> week and we'd run them through two-week iterations between now and the
> end of April. I figure it'd be about 5 hours a week, possibly more at
> the start as we ramp the students up.
> Please let me know as soon as possible, preferably today or Monday. I'd
> prefer that the students work on something that will be deployed on
> Wikimedia sites.
> Sumana Harihareswara
> Volunteer Development Coordinator
> Wikimedia Foundation
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