[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] Google Code-in 2019
oluebubeoti at gmail.com
Sun Oct 13 03:22:56 EDT 2019
Hello everyone my name is Oluebube Oti, am a product designer from Nigeria.
I have been following Sugarlabs for a while now, love what the organization
is doing with open source and education. am familiar with sugarizer and i
have alos done some translation as a volunteer contributor on the
translate.sugarlabs.org platform. Please I would love to mentor as a design
mentor for Google code-in 2019, how can i apply? Thanks.
On Sat, 12 Oct 2019, 5:30 AM Favour Kelvin, <favourkelvin17 at gmail.com>
> Awesome looking forward to this, I would love to be a mentor this year
> On Fri, Oct 11, 2019, 11:56 PM James Cameron <quozl at laptop.org> wrote:
>> Nice to have so many people wanting to be involved in mentoring, but
>> you must be involved in Sugar Labs.
>> Please use and test Music Blocks, Sugarizer, and Sugar.
>> Please post about your tests; what worked well, what didn't work, and
>> if you can use GitHub create issues.
>> Where you have selected mentoring for coding, write some more code.
>> Where you have selected mentoring for design, get involved in user
>> experience research or user interface design and interaction.
>> Where you have chosen mentoring for documentation, write some more
>> You can't teach what you don't do.
>> Google says this in
>> "You should already be a participant in the organization/open source
>> project that you wish to be a mentor for."
>> After past experiences I'm not interested in mentors who don't know
>> what Sugar Labs software does or how it can be used. Such mentors are
>> disruptive. They say things that are wrong. They make technical
>> decisions in ignorance. In short, they misrepresent our community of
>> designers, developers, and documenters.
>> Mentors who don't even have time to try out our software can avoid
>> this dissonance by;
>> - passing on to others questions that are outside their knowledge,
>> - asking public questions on behalf of a student,
>> - when time is of the essence, approve a task and leave the details of
>> how it is tidied up to the people who know best,
>> When a student asks you a question in private you don't know the
>> answer to, don't make something up yourself. Get them involved in
>> community and communicating in the open;
>> Google says this in
>> "Mentor Responsibilities ... to your Students ... Help and/or teach
>> the student how to ... be a part of your community ... communicate
>> more effectively and in the open".
>> Hope that helps!
>> James Cameron
>> Sugar-devel mailing list
>> Sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org
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