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= Google Summer of Code 2019 Mentor Summit =
 
= Google Summer of Code 2019 Mentor Summit =
  
Each year Google hosts the "Mentor Summit" event at their headquarters, where up to 3 OSGeo delegates can attend.  The date for this year's summit is: [https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/2019/mentor-oa-announcements#may_17_2019_the_2019_google_summer_of_code_mentor_summit Thursday, October 17 - Sunday, October 20 2019].   
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Each year Google hosts the "Mentor Summit", where up to 3 OSGeo delegates can attend.  The date for this year's summit is: [https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/2019/mentor-oa-announcements#may_17_2019_the_2019_google_summer_of_code_mentor_summit Thursday, October 17 - Sunday, October 20 2019].   
  
 
== Selection Process ==
 
== Selection Process ==

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Google Summer of Code 2019 Mentor Summit

Each year Google hosts the "Mentor Summit", where up to 3 OSGeo delegates can attend. The date for this year's summit is: Thursday, October 17 - Sunday, October 20 2019.

Selection Process

For 2019 we'll use the same rules as decided last year:

  • Of the 3 OSGeo delegates, an admin, a GSoC mentor and a GCI mentor, unless no admins or no mentors apply to go, in which case, it'll be 2 admins or 2 mentors for GSoC. The GCI mentor's invitation has been sent separately, so if no GCI mentor candidates to go, nobody can replace him / her.

GSoC Mentor Candidates

  • Eligibility:
    • must comply with Google requirements (must be 2019 Mentors with assigned student projects or a 2019 Organization Administrator);
    • for mentors : must be mentor of an OSGeo project (at least as an OSGeo community project or as a project entered into OSGeo incubation, if not an official OSGeo project), as you would be a delegate of the OSGeo foundation.
  • The call is open to hear who is interested to go. Whoever responds must COMMIT to go, otherwise you will take away the opportunity from someone else.
Please enter your names in this page.
  • Selection: we agreed that we must make a (fully transparent, open) lottery (Thanks Victoria). We will use a randomizer tool (below) to decide if need be. Time is short and people need to make paperwork for VISA. Please sign your name below if you are interested to attend.
  • Other requirements: the selected delegates are requested to make a report after returning home from the summit.

Signing below, you commit to go to the summit in the event of a positive outcome in the lottery

GSoC Admins

  • Add your name here

Mentors

  • Add your name here

Draw Time

Lottery Results

GCI Mentor Candidates

Here are the requirements:

  • Eligibility:
    • must comply with Google requirements (must have been a 2018 GCI Mentor for OSGeo);
    • must have been a mentor who participated in at least one OSGeo project task instance, working with a student (meaning that you interacted with a student on at least one instance, through the GCI Dashboard)

Sign Below

Signing below, you commit to go to the summit in the event of a positive outcome in the lottery

  • add your name here

Draw Time

Report

The selected OSGeo delegates are required to make a report after returning home from the summit. GCI delegate is requested to send it to the "gci-discuss" OSGeo mailing list. All, please write your report here.

Lottery Results


OSGeo Delegates 2018


Reports