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-====== DRAFT Guidelines for Students Participating in GSOC 2012 for SSF ====== +====== Guidelines for Students Participating in GSOC 2012 for SSF ======
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-This page copied from [[community:gsoc:gsoc2011_student_guidelines]]+
  
 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
-  * Prior GSOC Students with the Sahana Software Foundation will be considered as applicants.+  * Both new and prior GSOC Students with the Sahana Software Foundation will be considered as applicants.
   * Students must submit a bug or feature enhancement fix/patch for the project first. (Please engage with proposed mentors to identify an appropriate ticket that will demonstrate your skills and capabilities).    * Students must submit a bug or feature enhancement fix/patch for the project first. (Please engage with proposed mentors to identify an appropriate ticket that will demonstrate your skills and capabilities). 
   * Students should get involved with projects now.   * Students should get involved with projects now.
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   * [[http://eden.sahanafoundation.org|Eden wiki]]   * [[http://eden.sahanafoundation.org|Eden wiki]]
   * [[http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/DeveloperGuidelines|Developer Guidelines]]   * [[http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/DeveloperGuidelines|Developer Guidelines]]
 +  * [[http://en.flossmanuals.net/sahana-eden/|Sahana Eden Essential Guide]]
  
 ==== Communication ==== ==== Communication ====
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 These should be broken down into the following stages. These should be broken down into the following stages.
   - Work already undertaken - What research have you undertaken in this area in advance? (these can just be bullet points and are not required to follow the SMART methodology)   - Work already undertaken - What research have you undertaken in this area in advance? (these can just be bullet points and are not required to follow the SMART methodology)
-  - First trimester (24 April - 21 May) - identify the SMART goals you have for the community bonding period. Most of these are likely to revolve around further scoping of the project with the community, engaging with the community, and updating and finalizing the project plan. +  - First trimester (24 April - 20 May) - identify the SMART goals you have for the community bonding period. Most of these are likely to revolve around further scoping of the project with the community, engaging with the community, and updating and finalizing the project plan. 
-  - Second trimester (22 May - 9 July) - identify the draft SMART goals you have for the first half of the project. These will be used to assess project process and form the basis for the mid-term evaluation.+  - Second trimester (21 May - 9 July) - identify the draft SMART goals you have for the first half of the project. These will be used to assess project process and form the basis for the mid-term evaluation.
   - Third trimester (10 July - 13 August) - identify the draft SMART goals you have for the second half of the project. These will be used to assess the whole project and in conjunction with the mid-term goals, form the basis for the final evaluation.   - Third trimester (10 July - 13 August) - identify the draft SMART goals you have for the second half of the project. These will be used to assess the whole project and in conjunction with the mid-term goals, form the basis for the final evaluation.
  

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