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@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ this process in any way they desire.
for draft template)
* Record relevant details on the report as they occur
* Review objectives for the community and act upon them
* Recieve reminder from "marvin" that the board report is due (usually on
* Receive reminder from "marvin" that the board report is due (usually on
the first of the month)
* Update board report ready for submission
* Post mail to developer list asking for a review of the draft report
@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ the first of the month)
--------------------

This section indicates what the community considers to be its highest priorities for the coming quarter. This is only intended
as a record of likley actions to address any issues the community may have. The project should not feel limited to (or by)
as a record of likely actions to address any issues the community may have. The project should not feel limited to (or by)
these objectives.

* What are the projects main plans and expectations for the community in the next period?
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ further down the page.
<div class="panelHeader" style="border-bottom-width: 1px;border-bottom-style: solid;background-color: #F7D6C1;"><B>DRAFT November 2012</B></div><div class="panelContent" style="background-color: #FFFFCE;"><pre>
Status report for the Apache Community Development Project

The Commmunity Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
The Community Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
involved with Apache projects

Project Status
@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ Actions:
<div class="panelHeader" style="border-bottom-width: 1px;border-bottom-style: solid;background-color: #F7D6C1;"><B>August 2012</B></div><div class="panelContent" style="background-color: #FFFFCE;"><pre>
Status report for the Apache Community Development Project

The Commmunity Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
The Community Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
involved with Apache projects

Project Status
@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ Outstanding:
<div class="panelHeader" style="border-bottom-width: 1px;border-bottom-style: solid;background-color: #F7D6C1;"><B>May 2012</B></div><div class="panelContent" style="background-color: #FFFFCE;"><pre>
Status report for the Apache Community Development Project

The Commmunity Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
The Community Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
involved with Apache projects

Project Status
@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@ Outstanding:
<div class="panelHeader" style="border-bottom-width: 1px;border-bottom-style: solid;background-color: #F7D6C1;"><B>February 2012</B></div><div class="panelContent" style="background-color: #FFFFCE;"><pre>
Status report for the Apache Community Development Project

The Commmunity Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
The Community Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
involved with Apache projects

Project Status
@@ -271,7 +271,7 @@ New Tasks:
<div class="panelHeader" style="border-bottom-width: 1px;border-bottom-style: solid;background-color: #F7D6C1;"><B>November 2011</B></div><div class="panelContent" style="background-color: #FFFFCE;"><pre>
Status report for the Apache Community Development Project

The Commmunity Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
The Community Development PMC is responsible for helping people become
involved with Apache projects

Project Status
@@ -455,7 +455,7 @@ Project Status
--------------

The Community Development is progressing well, although a little more
slowly than some whould have hoped.
slowly than some would have hoped.

No issues require board attention at this time.

@@ -468,13 +468,13 @@ have more admin volunteers than we need - which is great.
The EU project (OpenSE) that planned to bring students to our mentoring programme is
about to commence its second pilot run. In the first run we had a number of
interested enquiries but nobody actually started work as a mentee. On the one
hand this is a dissapointment, on the othe it is good to know that our ASF
hand this is a disappointment, on the other it is good to know that our ASF
volunteers are not wasting time on the initial phases of engaging mentees that,
ultimately, bring nothing to the project.
The OpenSE team believes the main barrier is the high expectations we have of
students - we make it clear that they must be self-motivated and results
oriented. This coupled with the reputaton of the ASF appears to be intimidating
potential mentees. In the next pilot the learning assitants are focussing on the
oriented. This coupled with the reputation of the ASF appears to be intimidating
potential mentees. In the next pilot the learning assistants are focusing on the
career advantages experience with ASF projects can bring and are introducing a
"community game" which will introduce students to the idea of engaging in public.

@@ -498,22 +498,22 @@ Project Status
--------------

The Community Development is progressing well, although a little more
slowly than some whould have hoped.
slowly than some would have hoped.

The planned mentoring project has still not been formally launched. Largely
due to the loss of the labels module in JIRA which was previously used by
projects to indicate issues appropriate for mentoring. An alernative will
projects to indicate issues appropriate for mentoring. An alternative will
be put into place very soon.

Work on a project to provide hosting for Apache related software projects
is progressing. Legal documents have all been signed, draft usage
guidelines and a FAQ are available and PMCs have been ocntacted to reserve
guidelines and a FAQ are available and PMCs have been contacted to reserve
projects names.

We have taken ownership of party@ mailing list (no changes in usage are
proposed)

Google Summer of Code completed - thanks to all involved. It is noticable
Google Summer of Code completed - thanks to all involved. It is noticeable
that once again we have failed to generate any press (we never produced a
press release for press@)

@@ -565,9 +565,9 @@ Community

The women@a.o mailing list has been closed and an autoresponder inviting
people to post to dev@community.a.o has been set up. The vote to merge the
women@a.o list was passed unaminously. One, previously unknown, community
women@a.o list was passed unanimously. One, previously unknown, community
member voted -1 (non-binding). However, the owners of the women@.a.o list
reassured the ComDev PMC that the list had been largely unsuccesful in
reassured the ComDev PMC that the list had been largely unsuccessful in
meeting the defined objectives and welcomed the opportunity to work with
the ComDev PMC in ensuring that the successes of women in the ASF are duly
recognised.
@@ -580,7 +580,7 @@ Interest is growing in the mentoring programme with a number of enquiries
to the development list. Ross Gardler reports that there will be between 10
and 40 students approaching the ASF for mentoring as part of their formal
education in September. The draft process is already [defined](/mentoringprogramme.html)
and will be refined during August in consulation with interested PMCs.
and will be refined during August in consultation with interested PMCs.

There was one appeal from a GSoC student that failed in the mid-term
evaluation. This was examined by both Google and the ASF admins. It was
@@ -107,10 +107,10 @@ The [GSoC Mentoring Guide](https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/resour
If your project has any restrictions on who can participate (as is the case
with Harmony for example) please be sure to clarify these with potential
students as early as possible. It causes unnecessary confusion and
dissapointment if a student is awarded a slot but is later found to be
disappointment if a student is awarded a slot but is later found to be
ineligible. Don't rely on the fact that the student should have read
details on the project web site. You must discuss their eligibility before
offering to mentor them. Please also make a note in the webapp stating that
you have, as far as possible, confirmed the student is eligble to
you have, as far as possible, confirmed the student is eligible to
contribute.

@@ -6,9 +6,9 @@ title: Pilot Mentoring Programme with India ICFOSS
> happened back in 2013.
The ASF has been participating in many mentoring initiatives, and it's now
partening in a pilot project with India ICFOSS to provide mentoring for
undergraduated and graduated students that have interest in learning how
to participate in open source communitites at ASF.
partnering in a pilot project with India ICFOSS to provide mentoring for
undergraduate and graduate students that have interest in learning how
to participate in open source communities at ASF.

The mentoring programme is not here to teach you to write documentation or
code. It is here to help you understand how to make a valuable contribution
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ More information on the [Mentoring Programme](mentoringprogramme.html) page.

| Date | Description |
| :--- | :--- |
| June 20 | Local Workshop at ICFOSS headequarters in Kerala - India |
| June 20 | Local Workshop at ICFOSS headquarters in Kerala - India |
| June 24 - July 12 | Would-be student participants discuss application ideas with ASF projects |
| July 15 | Students project proposal submission opens |
| July 19 | Students project proposal submission deadline |
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ Project ideas are jira created by possible mentors and can be viewed at:
<a name="MentoringProgramme-ApplyingfortheMentorProgramme"></a>
## Applying for the Mentor Programme

Students can propose their own project ideas, or select one from the asf provided list. After selecting the project ideas. students should create a project proposal following guidance from the **mentor** and the **project community**.
Students can propose their own project ideas, or select one from the ASF provided list. After selecting the project ideas. students should create a project proposal following guidance from the **mentor** and the **project community**.

The project proposal should have, at minimum :

@@ -72,4 +72,4 @@ See the proposals examples below as guidance:
+ [GIMPLE to GRAPHITE transformation](http://students.fim.uni-passau.de/~grosser/gcc_soc/)
+ [Nmap Scripting Engine – Infrastructure Manager](http://opendz.org/users/tixxdz/gsoc/gsoc_2010_proposal_nmap_scripting_engine_short_version.pdf)

Note that the proposals below are just examples from previous GSoC programs, and each one have different strenghts. But you should always follow your mentors advice, as he is the one that is going to be judging your proposals.
Note that the proposals below are just examples from previous GSoC programs, and each one have different strengths. But you should always follow your mentors advice, as he is the one that is going to be judging your proposals.
@@ -179,7 +179,7 @@ unwilling to put in the time and effort to carry out the project. In such a
case, it is preferable to terminate the project. However,
nothing is completely black and white.

Similiarly, the programme prefers that projects end on their original
Similarly, the programme prefers that projects end on their original
schedule, rather than drag out indefinitely.
If a mentee has made good progress on a substantial project over several
months, all while participating in the TLP community,
@@ -230,7 +230,7 @@ contributions.
week to support.
* The mentor is expected to process supplied patches within reasonable
timeframes.
* The mentor is expected to ensure appropriate assitance is available from
* The mentor is expected to ensure appropriate assistance is available from
the project community.
* The mentor is responsible for submitting progress reports at the half way
and completion points of the programme.
@@ -179,7 +179,7 @@ The ASF expects that everyone participating on an Apache project, whether it be
PMCs are allowed to define their own additional codes of conduct for their individual communities, but all PMCs are expected to abide by the Foundation wide policy.

The [Incubator document](https://incubator.apache.org/guides/committer.html) also
has some really useful informatiion for both the newbie and the
has some really useful information for both the newbie and the
old hands. The section on **ASF Mottos** is especially useful as a reminder of the way things are in most ASF
projects. This section includes such gems as:

@@ -324,7 +324,7 @@ Request][3] page for ASF members to use.

For elections held on public lists, please supply the
[mail-archives.apache.org][4] url. For private lists, you can
use the [Mail Search tool][5] to locate the apprpropriate url.
use the [Mail Search tool][5] to locate the appropriate url.

### Committer Announce Template
This is the email to announce to [PROJECT]-dev once the account has been created.

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