[OpenWrt-Devel] Bringing young people in the community: Google Code-In 2017

nemesis nemesis at ninux.org
Fri Nov 3 05:39:45 EDT 2017

 Hi everyone,

 I'm Federico Capoano, some of you may know me for my involvement with 
 Ninux, NetJSON, OpenWISP and contribution to several editions of the 
 Google Summer of Code with Freifunk.

 OpenWISP has been accepted into the Google Code-In:

 By participating in this program we hope to attract many new young 
 contributors in the world of open source networking, free wifi and 
 similar topics.
 We aim at proposing easy tasks related to documentation, tutorials, 
 fixing small code issues, UX improvements and so on.

 We are looking for mentors that share similar goals with us and want to 
 get involved, for those of you that are following the NetJSON 
 development or using some OpenWISP tool, this would be a good time to 
 start contributing!

 We also would like to invite mentors that want to propose tasks that 
 are related to OpenWRT/LEDE (as indicated to some of you at the last 
 OpenWRT Summit in Prague).

 Important notes:

 - we want mentors to take care of the tasks they propose
 - please read the GCI rules, in particular section 2, 4 and 5: 
 - take a look at the tasks proposals we are working on (we will export 
 this collaborative spreadsheet to CSV) and import it using the GCI API: 

 If interested, please get in touch with us via our support channels 
 (IRC, mailing list, gitter) http://openwisp.org/support.html or reply in 
 private to me (in order to avoid cross-post hell).

 Thank you for your attention!

 Best regards
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