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From Avik Ganguly <>
Subject Re: ASF student collaboration program
Date Sun, 01 Oct 2017 18:29:34 GMT
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?


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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