[Numpy-discussion] participating in AI Code-In?
b.sipocz+numpylist at gmail.com
Sun Aug 2 03:03:48 EDT 2020
At first sight, the competition element seems a bit weird approach for the
open source setting. Do you see a way how it can work out well?
(Google also has a code-in for HS students. Has numpy ever tried it? (all
the mentors I talked to at the last gsoc summit said it takes more time to
mentor than gsoc, but I guess maybe it's partly due to the fact that is
different, if we count all the pre-coding period efforts put into gsoc by
the wider community, it also adds up significantly)).
On Sat, 1 Aug 2020, 04:22 Ralf Gommers, <ralf.gommers at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> We got an invitation to participate in AI Code-In (
> https://aicode-in.github.io/AICode-In/). It's a new initiative, seems a
> bit GSoC like, but created by and for middle/high schoolers. We'd have to
> create tasks to work on (more like tagging/creation actionable issues than
> a full project), and provide some mentoring bandwidth.
> It seems well-organized and because it's a new initiative it may be
> smaller and more "early adopter" than GSoC. Would anyone be interested to
> participate as a mentor and/or lead the NumPy organization participation?
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