Outreachy/Round 9

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Wikimedia has participated in Outreachy since 2013. In this program, we connect people from groups underrepresented in free and open source software in a three-month, full-time internship and runs two editions every year. It is overseen by Wikimedia's Developer Relations team. Wikimedia provides funding for Outreachy internships.

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Upcoming edition[edit]

Our Outreachy History[edit]

See Also[edit]

Timeline[edit]

Check all the details about this round at the program page.

  • September 12, 2014: participating organizations are announced
  • September 12 – October 22, 2014: applicants need to get in touch with at least one project and make a contribution to it.
  • September 22, 2014: application system opens; all participants need to sign in as candidates or mentors at https://opw.gnome.org/ (documentation for mentors)
  • October 22, 2014: application deadline at 7pm UTC
  • November 12, 2014: accepted participants announced at 7pm UTC
  • December 9, 2014 - March 9, 2015: internship period

Interns[edit]

Instructions for interns and mentors:

Name Location Activity Project Mentors Weekly Reports
Neta Livneh Jerusalem, Israel Wikipedia article translation metrics Amir E. Aharoni and Joel Sahleen Progress Report
Roxana Necula Bucharest, Romania Wikipedia article translation metrics Amir E. Aharoni and Joel Sahleen Progress report
Priyanka India Pywikibot: Compat to core migration. Amir Sarabadani, John Vandenberg (for porting patrol.py only) Progress Report blog
Anke Nowottne Berlin, Germany Wikipedia Education Program need-finding research Sage Ross, Andrew Russell Green Progress Reports
Ankita Shukla India Collaborative spelling dictionary building tool Amir Aharoni, | Kartik Mistry Weekly Progress Reports
Christy Okpo USA Improving the Wikimedia Performance Portal Ori Livneh, Nikolas Everett Progress Report
Manpreet Kaur India Extending PyWikiBot support to sites on IWM, a wiki engine and XML-RPC John Mark Vandenberg, Fabian Neundorf Weekly Report - blog