Re: [gentoo-dev] Google Code-In: 13-18 year olds in open source

2010-11-05 Thread Donnie Berkholz
On 10:02 Tue 02 Nov , Donnie Berkholz wrote: Thanks to your help, we got enough ideas just in time to apply. We should hear Friday whether we're in. Unfortunately we weren't accepted. This was a highly selective set compared to GSoC -- only 20 organizations instead of 150. Perhaps next

Re: [gentoo-dev] Google Code-In: 13-18 year olds in open source

2010-11-02 Thread Donnie Berkholz
On 09:11 Fri 29 Oct , Donnie Berkholz wrote: We now have 2 ideas. It's not even worth applying unless we can get closer to 10. If nobody puts up more ideas in the next ~6 hours, we won't be participating this year. Thanks to your help, we got enough ideas just in time to apply. We

Re: [gentoo-dev] Google Code-In: 13-18 year olds in open source

2010-10-29 Thread Donnie Berkholz
On 23:19 Mon 25 Oct , Donnie Berkholz wrote: Based on our participation in the Summer of Code, Google invited us to apply for their revived program for 13-18 year olds called Google Code-In [1-2]. The basic idea is that students will complete a series of small tasks rather than one huge

Re: [gentoo-dev] Google Code-In: 13-18 year olds in open source

2010-10-29 Thread Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 26-10-2010 04:19, Donnie Berkholz wrote: Hi all, snip We're looking for tasks that would take a student 13-18 years old roughly 1-3 days to complete. Ideas might include writing man pages, translating a few webpages, perhaps some relatively

Re: [gentoo-dev] Google Code-In: 13-18 year olds in open source

2010-10-29 Thread Serkan Kaba
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 29-10-2010 20:46, Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto wrote: As you can see in the link for the current proposals, I've proposed a general task of providing translations of our documentation for Portuguese. I have a very strong suspicion that most if not

[gentoo-dev] Google Code-In: 13-18 year olds in open source

2010-10-25 Thread Donnie Berkholz
Hi all, Based on our participation in the Summer of Code, Google invited us to apply for their revived program for 13-18 year olds called Google Code-In [1-2]. The basic idea is that students will complete a series of small tasks rather than one huge project, and the tasks don't even have to