I am Lalit from India. I graduated with a bachelor's degree in IT, currently working as a Software Developer at Redhunt Labs.
I will be working on Extending the WikidataComplete plugin to enable data donations, recommendations, and gamification. My primary focus would be implementing a web service interface for data donations to help extend the Wikidata knowledge base.
My mentors for the project are Dennis Diefenbach, Andreas Both, Aleksandr Perevalov, and Kunpeng GUO.
I have learned a lot by interacting and contributing to the Wikimedia community, feeling special to get a chance to give something back to it. Thanks to my mentors and coordinators from Wikimedia for their continuos to support. Looking forward to a productive summer ahead ^_^
LalitOn Sat, 28 May 2022 at 14:33, Roberto Garcia <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hello Everyone!My name is Roberto from Mexico, currently living in the UK. I am an undergraduate Computer Science and Philosophy student. I will be working alongside Mike, Andy, and Feliciss on the "What's in a Name?" Outreachy project. This will allow for names from scientific articles to be automatically detected and added to Wikidata.I have genuinely fallen in love with Wikidata throughout the contribution period, and I am so excited to work with the team to make this project come to life!Cheers,RobertoOn Sat, May 28, 2022 at 8:51 AM Vaidehi b19 208 <email@example.com> wrote:Hi all!This is Vaidehi from India. I am currently an undergraduate Engineering student. I will be contributing to the Programs and Events Dashboard by making it capable of tracking edits to various namespaces. This would basically improve dashboard's flexibility by allowing organizers to get statistics for particular namespaces.I am thankful to my mentor Sage Ross for guiding me till now. Also enjoyed interacting with other people on the team.Really excited and looking forward to a great time ahead.Thanks and Regards,VaidehiOn Wed, 25 May, 2022, 11:10 pm Vasanth Gopa, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hello Folks,
Please join me in welcoming Wikimedia's accepted candidates for Google
Summer of Code 2022 and Outreachy Round 24!
Google Summer of Code 2022
1. Nivas Ramisetty, India, Campaigns Retention Metrics Dashboard
Mentors: KCVelaga, Jayprakash12345.2. Ayan Sarkar, India, Improve the picture selector of the Commons Android appMentors: Syced, Aditya.
7. Amal Paul, India, Command-line interface for Canasta,Outreachy Round 24
1. Vaidehi Atpadkar, Add support for tracking specific namespaces to Programs & Events Dashboard
Mentors: Sage Ross.
2. Nazia Tasnim, Build Python library to work with html-dumps
Mentors: Martin Gerlach, Isaac Johnson.3. Feliciss, What's in a name? Automatically identifying first and last author names for Wikicite and Wikidata
Mentors: Mike Peel, Pigsonthewing.
4. Luis Roberto, What's in a name? Automatically identifying first and last author names for Wikicite and Wikidata
Mentors: Mike Peel, Pigsonthewing.We would like to encourage accepted candidates to introduce themselves on
this thread, share with us where they are coming from and give a brief
overview of the project they will be working on.
We’re so proud of the contributions they have made so far to our community,
and we look forward to having a wonderful time working with them over the
summer! Also, a huge shout-out to the project mentors for their enthusiasm
Thank you to Srishti, Jay Prakash and Aisha Khatun for coordinating this round along with me!
 Google Summer of Code 2022: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code/2022 Outreachy Round 24: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Outreachy/Round_24