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From Antón R. Yuste <>
Subject Re: ASF student collaboration program
Date Mon, 09 Oct 2017 18:20:27 GMT
Hi Avik,

The time window of the projects will be from January to June approximately.

I don't know what "credit bureau integration efforts" are... maybe Myrle 
could help on that.

Best regards,


On 01/10/17 20:29, Avik Ganguly wrote:
> Hi Myrle / Anton,
> What will be the time window of the projects undertaken by the students?
> I couldn't leverage the GCI program much in 2014 much so I am willing 
> to work with this program if it's starting anytime soon.
> Is further credit bureau integration efforts something that can be 
> accommodated under this program?
> Regards,
> Avik.
> On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 7:02 PM, Myrle Krantz < 
> <>> wrote:
>     Hey all,
>     For those of you who don't follow comdev: Antón, in Spain is looking
>     for student projects.
>     Is this something any of our community-organizer types at Fineract
>     would like to hook into our project?  Or do we have enough on our
>     plates with the GSoC, Google Code-In, and etc?
>     Greets,
>     Myrle
>     ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>     From: Antón R. Yuste <
>     <>>
>     Date: Thu, Sep 21, 2017 at 4:07 PM
>     Subject: ASF student collaboration program
>     To: <>
>     Hi all,
>     We (the VigoJUG) are running a collaboration program (pro bono work)
>     with the University of Vigo (Spain) to introduce students to Open
>     Source projects as part of the end of their studies. It's the
>     equivalent to two full signatures. The idea is to do a proof of
>     concept with two students this year and open it to more of them in the
>     following courses if it's a success.
>     We would like to choose some of the ASF projects and we know the ASF
>     has been involved in a few student programs, mostly Google
>     Summer of Code but also a few others directly with universities. So we
>     would like to know more about it if it makes sense in our case.
>     In our opinion the program is a win-win for everyone:
>      * Students from UVigo: evangelize open-source and get real
>     experience.
>      * Senior Engineers from VigoJUG: get familiar with interesting
>        projects + help new engineers in our area.
>      * Teachers from UVigo: they have interest in many projects of the ASF
>        but they are a bit lost, this is a great opportunity for them to
>        know more and look for new opportunities of collaboration.
>      * ASF: some fresh blood to some projects :-)
>     We would need from the ASF:
>      * Some projects to work with. Issues related to automate performance
>        tests or profiling would be great because they have little
>     impact in
>        the project and we have some experience on that and running some
>        workshops on that.
>      * Some initial mentorship. It should be little work, most of the
>        mentoring should be done by the senior engineers of the VigoJUG but
>        some initial guidance would be very helpful.
>     I'm not familiar with this list (yet) so I hope this email is fine
>     here :-)
>     Best regards,
>     Antón

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