Outreachy/Round 22

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Wikimedia will be taking part as a mentoring organization for Outreachy Round 22.

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Outreachy Round 16

Program timeline[edit]

(borrowed from https://www.outreachy.org/apply/project-selection/)

GSoC 2021 and Outreachy Round 22 Welcome Call
Feb. 1, 2021 at 4pm UTC Initial applications open
Feb. 8, 2021, 4 p.m. UTC #OutreachyChat on Twitter
Feb. 22, 2021 at 4pm UTC Initial application deadline
March 28, 2021 Project list finalized
March 29, 2021 to April 30, 2021 Contribute to projects
April 30, 2021

at 4pm UTC

Final application deadline
May 17, 2021 at 4pm UTC Accepted interns announced
May 24, 2021

to Aug. 24, 2021

Internships period

Accepted projects[edit]

Name Location Project Mentor(s) Updates
Ammar A. Nigeria Synchronising Wikidata and Wikipedias using pywikibot Mike Peel Yes Done Joined Zulip
Nirali Sahoo India Synchronising Wikidata and Wikipedias using pywikibot Mike Peel Yes Done Joined Zulip
Slavina S Lyon Area, France Use PAWS to create a series of notebook based tutorials that help users access and work with data on Wikimedia projects Srodlund, Isaac Johnson Yes Done Joined Zulip
Muniza A. Karachi, Pakistan. Build a tool for analyzing and visualizing reader navigation on wikipedia. Martin Gerlach and Isaac Johnson


Recommended steps for accepted interns[edit]

See Outreachy/Participants#Accepted_participants

Ideas for projects[edit]

  1. Build a tool for analyzing and visualizing reader navigation on wikipedia mentored by Isaac Johnson and Martin Gerlach
  2. Create notebook based tutorials that help users access and work with data on Wikimedia projects mentored by Isaac Johnson and Sarah R.
  3. Synchronising Wikidata and Wikipedias using pywikibot mentored by Mike Peel

Contact[edit]

We encourage applicants to communicate in the public streams and refrain from sending private emails/messages whenever possible. Open communication allows fellow applicants to learn from your questions. It also gives all community members a chance to answer your queries. This way, queries get answered sooner and the administrators do not become a bottleneck. Also, see: Feedback, questions and support.