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Tag: leslie hawthorn

  • Cat Allman and Leslie Hawthorn - Getting Started in Free and Open Source
    Source: BSDCan - The Technical BSD Conference
    Added: 25 May 2009
    Tags: bsdcan, bsdcan2009, presentation, getting started, cat allman, leslie hawthorn
    Slides (893 Kb, 25 pages)

    Getting Started in Free and Open Source
    Interested in getting involved? But don't really know where or how to start?

    The talk is called "Getting Started in Free and Open Source". It's a talk for beginners who are interested to getting involved but don't really know where or how to start.

    We cover the basics of: -why you might want to get involved -what you can get out of participating -more than coding is needed -how to chose a project -how to get started -etiquette of lists and other communication -dos and don't of joining a community

  • Leslie Hawthorn - Google SoC
    Source: BSDCan - The Technical BSD Conference
    Added: 21 May 2008
    Tags: bsdcan, bsdcan2008, slides, google, summer of code, leslie hawthorn
    PDF file (2.2 Mb, 44 pages)

    Google SoC

    Summer of Code

    In this talk, I will briefly discuss some general ways Google's Open Source Team contributes to the wider community. The rest of the talk will explore some highlights of the Google Summer of Code program, our initiative to get university students involved in Open Source development.

    I will cover the program's inception, lessons learned over time and tips for success in the program for both mentors and students. In particular, the talk will detail some experiences of the *BSD mentoring organizations involved in the program as a case study in successfully managing the program from the Open Source project's perspective. Any Google Summer of Code participants in the audience are welcome and encouraged to chime in with their own insights.