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Short summary describing your project:This project will be to develop a Python library to serialize Wikimedia Quiz format, GIFT quiz format, what it means to accomplish,and perhaps other quiz formats. This library and how it will benefit MediaWiki or Wikimedia projects such as Wikipedia.will take a Wikiversity quiz and allow export to other quiz formats.

Possible Mentors: John Vandenberg, Mvolz
I have a M.S. degree in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University and B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from University of California, Berkeley. After graduate school, I worked as a Microdevices Engineer for 4.5 years at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory supporting research on extreme environment sensors. I then decided I wanted to work on technology to benefit the environment (on Earth) and worked as a general purpose hardware/software engineer at Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryI then decided I wanted to work on technology to benefit the environment (on Earth) and worked as a general purpose hardware/software engineer at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (U.S. (Dept. of Energy) supporting research to understand energy use in urban infrastructure.
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.

Please describe your experience with any other FOSS projects as a user and as aAt LBNL, I built systems that used open source systems created by graduate students at the UC Berkeley [[ https://github.com/SoftwareDefinedBuildings | Software Defined Buildings ]] group. I also used many Python modules including requests, contributor:

Please describe any relevant projects that you have worked on previously and what knowledge you gained from working on them (include
matplotlib, links):

What project(s) are you interested in (these can be in the same or different
django, organizations)?

Do you have any past experience working in open source projects (MediaWiki or
flask, otherwise)?etc. During these years of using these open If sosource packages, tell us about it!I was amazed at what was available for free, If you have already written a feature or bugfix in a Wikimedia technology such as MediaWiki,built by people around the world. It was also linkfun to it here;explore different possibilities and features, we will give strong preference to candidates who have done so.

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and since it was all free, I could try building many things just with a basic Linux platform.

other relevant information -- UI mockups,info**
Most of my development for my LBNL
references to related projectswere in private repos, a linksubject to your proof of concept code,IP agreements and such. [[ whatever. There are no specific requirements,https://github.com/anna-liao/Misc/blob/master/Gridium-Go-clean.ipynb | Here ]] is but we love to see people who love what they're doing. Show us you're excited aboutan example of my code to implement a move in Go. I wrote this project and have an interest in the background and are considering how best to make your idea workduring a 3 hour flight.



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