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NOTE: this is a draft based on some previous practices and some new ideas. Please discuss on the [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-outreach|debian-outreach mailing list]] if you want to make any major changes.
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* interns must submit a report every week, to be sent to the [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-outreach|debian-outreach mailing list]], on a blog post or in a page on the Debian wiki == Reasons for these policies ==
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* interns must have a wiki home page (not the same as your project page) with:
 * contact details: email address, IRC nick
 * link to project page
 * blog link
 * the category CategoryGsocStudent2018 at the bottom of the page
 * a category for your country, e.g. CategoryCountryIndia
 * increasing probability that projects are successful
 * ensuring that if the primary mentor has to suddenly withdraw, any other mentor or admin can quickly find out about the status of the project
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* interns must have a wiki page for your project, which can be maintained jointly with the mentor
 * link to issue tracker or project management tool
   * if it is a shared tool, link to a report that filters by user and project tags if any
 * link to the weekly reports, e.g. blog
 * link to the mentor(s)
 * notes about communications channels used for the project (e.g. which mailing list or IRC channel)
 * interns working on the same topic share a single project page but it must be clear how the work is divided between interns. Interns can also have separate pages if that is more sensible, the mentor can choose.
== Policies ==
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* mentors are encouraged to create a home page with category CategoryGsocMentor and add yourself in the [[/Teams/Outreach/Mentors|mentors table]]  * interns must submit a report every week, to be sent to the [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-outreach|debian-outreach mailing list]], on a blog post or in a page on the Debian wiki
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* any cloud tools used for project management or communication must provide read-only access to people who are not logged in so that any member of the community can see the project without signing up to any cloud service  * interns must have a wiki home page (not the same as your project page) with:
  * contact details: email address, IRC nick
  * link to project page
  * blog link
  * the category CategoryGsocStudent2018 at the bottom of the page
  * a category for your country, e.g. CategoryCountryIndia
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* no intern may be required to install non-free software or use a non-free service unless this requirement was obvious or agreed to during the application phase  * interns must have a wiki page for your project, which can be maintained jointly with the mentor
  * link to issue tracker or project management tool
    * if it is a shared tool, link to a report that filters by user and project tags if any
  * link to the weekly reports, e.g. blog
  * link to the mentor(s)
  * notes about communications channels used for the project (e.g. which mailing list or IRC channel)
  * interns working on the same topic share a single project page but it must be clear how the work is divided between interns. Interns can also have separate pages if that is more sensible, the mentor can choose.
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* a call or IRC meeting at least once per week, preferably at a fixed time written on the project wiki  * mentors are encouraged to create a home page with category CategoryGsocMentor and add yourself in the [[Teams/Outreach/Mentors|mentors table]]

 * any cloud tools used for project management or communication must provide read-only access to people who are not logged in so that any member of the community can see the project without signing up to any cloud service

 * no intern may be required to install non-free software or use a non-free service unless this requirement was obvious or agreed to during the application phase

 * a call or IRC meeting at least once per week, preferably at a fixed time written on the project wiki

NOTE: this is a draft based on some previous practices and some new ideas. Please discuss on the debian-outreach mailing list if you want to make any major changes.

Reasons for these policies

  • increasing probability that projects are successful
  • ensuring that if the primary mentor has to suddenly withdraw, any other mentor or admin can quickly find out about the status of the project

Policies

  • interns must submit a report every week, to be sent to the debian-outreach mailing list, on a blog post or in a page on the Debian wiki

  • interns must have a wiki home page (not the same as your project page) with:
    • contact details: email address, IRC nick
    • link to project page
    • blog link
    • the category CategoryGsocStudent2018 at the bottom of the page

    • a category for your country, e.g. ?CategoryCountryIndia

  • interns must have a wiki page for your project, which can be maintained jointly with the mentor
    • link to issue tracker or project management tool
      • if it is a shared tool, link to a report that filters by user and project tags if any
    • link to the weekly reports, e.g. blog
    • link to the mentor(s)
    • notes about communications channels used for the project (e.g. which mailing list or IRC channel)
    • interns working on the same topic share a single project page but it must be clear how the work is divided between interns. Interns can also have separate pages if that is more sensible, the mentor can choose.
  • mentors are encouraged to create a home page with category CategoryGsocMentor and add yourself in the mentors table

  • any cloud tools used for project management or communication must provide read-only access to people who are not logged in so that any member of the community can see the project without signing up to any cloud service
  • no intern may be required to install non-free software or use a non-free service unless this requirement was obvious or agreed to during the application phase
  • a call or IRC meeting at least once per week, preferably at a fixed time written on the project wiki