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Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of SummerOfCode2011


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    88== Mentors == 
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    10 If you're interested in mentoring -- supervising a student in work on Django-related activities -- add your name and email here: 
     10If you're interested in mentoring -- supervising a student in work on Django-related activities -- add your name, email, and the sort of projects you're interested in mentoring here: 
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    1212 * Arthur Koziel (arthur@arthurkoziel.com) -- Interested in "Enhanced auth.user" 
     
    3333== Communication == 
    3434 
    35 The [http://groups.google.com/group/django-gsoc django-gsoc] Google Group has been setup to facilitate communication between students and mentors in the GSoC efforts. This list should only be used for GSoC administrative matters. Any discussions on the specifics of a given proposal should be directed to [http://groups.google.com/group/django-developers django-developers]. 
     35This year we're doing all GSOC-related communication via the [http://groups.google.com/group/django-developers django-developers mailing list]. Any proposals for GSOC should be submitted there, as well as discussion on the proposed projects and any updates that students post. 
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     37Please be careful to keep content to the list clear and purposeful; if you have an idea, update, or criticism, please make sure you describe it in detail; it can be tedious asking people to clarify any vague statements, or having vital information drip-fed. 
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    3739== Ideas == 
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    39 Here are some suggestions for projects students may want to propose (lazyweb: please add to this list!). This isn't by any means the be-all and end-all of ideas; please feel free to submit proposals for things not on this list. However, if you're going to propose something that isn't on this list, you might want to check on [http://groups.google.com/group/django-developers django-developers] to see if there is any interest before you start drafting a full proposal. 
     41Here are some suggestions for projects students may want to propose (please feel free add to this list!). This isn't by any means the be-all and end-all of ideas; please feel free to submit proposals for things not on this list. Remember, we'd much prefer that you posted a draft proposal and your rough timeline / success conditions to the [http://groups.google.com/group/django-developers django-developers list], even if it's already on the list below; it will help you get feedback on choosing the right part of a problem, as well as helping to see if there is any interest before you start drafting a full proposal. 
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    4143When developing your proposal, try to scope ideas/proposals to the 4-month timeline -- simply proposing to fix a ticket or two will probably result in your proposal being rejected in favor of a more ambitious one.  The GSoC '''does not cover activities other than coding''', so certain ideas ("Write a more detailed tutorial" or "Create demonstration screencasts" or "[wiki:AddAPony Add a pony]") are not suitable for inclusion here.