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From Rahul Akolkar <rahul.akol...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [GSoC] Mentor summit attendees
Date Fri, 03 Sep 2010 14:18:57 GMT
On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 3:16 AM, Bertrand Delacretaz
<bdelacretaz@apache.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 1:02 AM, Ross Gardler <rgardler@apache.org> wrote:
>> On 02/09/2010 21:19, Noirin Shirley wrote:
>>>
>>> I'm interested, and haven't been before, for whatever that's worth :-)
>>
>> And as this years lead admin I believe you should get priority for one of
>> the places....
>
> And IMHO the co-admins (Ross and Luciano, right?) should get the next seats.
>
> I think Google prefers that we send only one non-us person there to
> keep costs low? If that's correct that would be Luciano. If not, toss
> a coin between you guys ;-)
>
<snip/>

I think thats correct, with some wiggle room. Seems the last from
Carol on this was its OK in exceptional circumstances to send both
non-US attendees (for some definition of exceptional to be clarified
with her I suppose) and to use our discretion in the matter. More in
soc mentors list archive.

I agree that giving priority to org admins is a simple (and even
intuitive) metric for choosing our attendees. Where org admins have
attended before and/or would graciously consider making room for
others (as both Ross and Luciano have in this thread), I think we
should look to the wider mentor pool.

Heres the net of what I'm saying. Assume same logistics of mentor
summit for next 5 years for sake of illustration here. Then I think it
makes more sense from an org perspective if the number of individuals
we send over across those 5 years going forward tends towards 10,
rather than tending towards 2.

-Rahul

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