The very promising last year project "List Configuration Tool" seems wasn't completed. What is the usual action course in this case? Should it be re-added to the new program? (I hope it won't be buried...)
Sincerely, Danil Smirnov
On Wed, Jan 25, 2023 at 6:27 AM Stephen J. Turnbull < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Applications for GSoC 2023 are open and I would like to apply. Program details: https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/programs/2023 You may need to log in with a Google account.
We could go under the PSF umbrella again (they've applied already), or we could go it alone. The advantage to the PSF is we can possibly borrow a mentor from them as we did in 2022 and they'll do some of the org admin stuff, the advantage to a separate Mailman org is money and tickets to the Mentor Summit if they do that. There may be other stuff I haven't thought about. If we decide to apply ourselves but get cold feet, I suppose we can withdraw without penalty and go with PSF if we do so a reasonable time before deadline (Feb 8).
I need some backing from core devs (at least one backup mentor, which is light work if I'm healthy), but I plan to post to the lists to see if any of the usual suspects would like to be mentors, too.
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