Okay sir I will proceed forward as you say
On 23 Mar 2015 14:32, "Quim Gil" <qgil(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
On Sat, Mar 21, 2015 at 7:25 PM, Arindam Padhy
in so less time it is not possible to think on a
different project or try
to choose another project.
I understand, but this is exactly what the mentor of this project idea was
trying to avoid by commenting publicly
twelve days ago. As he
pointed out when I asked, by that time there were other contributors
working on the microtasks proposed. All this information was linked from
the Phabricator task, again, thanks to the Wikimedia evaluation process
that extends on transparency and community participation on top of GSoC
i have already done a lot of thinking on this
project. if possible we
can design half projects respectively because i
assure i can do this also
and quite well.
please consider my proposal and think about it.
We have tried once accepting two interns to collaborate on the same
project, and the experience was not stellar... But what is more important,
regardless of what happens before the deadline for projects, all proposals
submitted to Wikimedia are treated equally, applying common standards (see
and the links mentioned there).
You have submitted your proposal to Google Melange, which is the required
step to be accepted in GSoC. Good! Please create the related Phabricator
task as indicated in
and work on one microtask or more. This is the best way to be assessed
fairly, based on your proposal and contributions.
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