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From David Van Couvering <David.Vancouver...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Searching for a mentor
Date Tue, 09 May 2006 19:15:20 GMT
Great!  What you have to do first is apply to be a mentor.  To do this 
go to http://code.google.com/soc/mentor_step1.html.

Let me know when you've done this, and I'll ping the ASF administrator 
to accept you as a mentor.

Then you can go to the following URL and review the application.


Please feel free to communicate with the applicant directly to try to 
refine the proposal.  Ultimately you need to give it a rating, with the 
highest being "+4" - I will mentor this proposal.



Satheesh Bandaram wrote:
> I could mentor 'MySQL to Derby migration tool' project. It does seem 
> very useful to Derby community and I have some experience in the long 
> past with some migration planning.
> Satheesh
> On 5/9/06, *David Van Couvering* <David.Vancouvering@sun.com 
> <mailto:David.Vancouvering@sun.com>> wrote:
>     Hi, all.  We have good proposals for all three projects we put up on the
>     ASF Google Summer of Code wiki page:
>     - Improve LRU cache manager
>     - Add basic JMX to Derby
>     - Implement MySQL to Derby migration tool
>     Oystein has the first one.  I can only mentor one of the other two.  I
>     think I would be a better fit for the JMX one, but the MySQL one is
>     important and if I had to pick I'd pick that one.
>     But if anybody is interested in mentoring the MySQL migration project,
>     please let me know.  The proposal for this one is rock solid and I think
>     we'd get something great out of it.
>     There is an evaluation phase from now until May 22, and you could spend
>     some time getting to know the student and making sure he/she is both
>     technically up to snuff and also seems committed enough to actually
>     complete the job.  But let me know soon so we can get you signed up.
>     Note - you do *not* have to be a committer to be a mentor.
>     Thanks!
>     David

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