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Typical working hours: M-F 8a-5p (Mountain Time Zone). I'm an early to bed, early to rise person. I'm usually up at 4:30am, but I do a morning swim workout before starting my day.

Short summary describing your project: what it means to accomplish, and how it will benefit MediaWiki or Wikimedia projects such as Wikipedia.
Possible Mentors: John Vandenberg, Mvolz

Please describe the details and the timeline of the work you plan to accomplish on the project you are most interested in (discuss these first with the mentor of the project).

Include a brief, clear work breakdown structure with milestones and deadlines. Make sure to label deliverables as optional or required. It’s OK to include thinking time (“investigation”) in your work schedule. Deliverables should include investigation, coding, deploying, testing and documentation.

Proposed Schedule

**Proposed Schedule**

**Period** | **Task**
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We don't just want to know what you plan to accomplish; we want to know how. Briefly describe your work style: how you plan to communicate progress, where you plan to publish your source code while you're working, how and where you plan to ask for help. (We will tend to favor applicants that demonstrate a clear vision for what it means to be an active participant in our development community.)
- Discussion with mentors of where source code will be published.

**About me**

**Past experience**
I developed in Python, mostly on Linux, for our projects at LBNL to understand energy use in buildings and on the distribution grid. I used several FOSS python modules and libraries to build these systems.
Do you have any past experience working in open source projects (MediaWiki or otherwise)? If so, tell us about it! If you have already written a feature or bugfix in a Wikimedia technology such as MediaWiki, link to it here; we will give strong preference to candidates who have done so.

**Any other info**
Please add any other relevant information -- UI mockups, references to related projects, a link to your proof of concept code, whatever. There are no specific requirements, but we love to see people who love what they're doing. Show us you're excited about this project and have an interest in the background and are considering how best to make your idea work.

**See also**
Add other links that might be relevant. (optional)



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