--- Comment #4 from Dan Garry <dga...@wikimedia.org> ---
(In reply to MZMcBride from comment #2)
> (In reply to Sam Reed (reedy) from comment #1)
> > Is there anything already available (that should be evaluated) before we go
> > down the road of writing our own?
> (In reply to Dan Garry from comment #0)
> > Two immediate examples are the Individual Engagement Grants programme and
> > applications for the Wikimedia Hackathon.
> I believe Bryan D. just worked on an application mini-site(?) for Wikimania.
> Copying him.
Indeed. The Wikimania Scholarships application would likely serve as a starting
point that could be repurposed. However, the description I linked to includes a
research phase where the student would search to see if there are any free and
open source alternatives available so that we don't reinvent the wheel.
> You're going to need an RFC (or whatever you'd like to call the design
> document) to properly document hard and soft requirements of this tool.
Again, indeed! If we get a bite from one of the mentorship programmes, this
would likely be best served as a joint exercise with me and the student, for
the student's training.
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