Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of SponsoringPrograms/OPW/2014-12


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    99[http://gnome.org/opw/ Outreach Program for Women (OPW)] is a program that helps women (cis and trans) and genderqueer get involved in free and open source software. Through the guidance of mentors, interns gain valuable experience interacting with and coding for open source projects like FFmpeg. Additionally, the project and its users benefit from code created from applicants who often continue contributing as developers.
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    11 This is our ideas page for this round of the program.
     11This is our ideas page for the current round of the program, which will formally start in December, 2014.
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    1717== Getting Started ==
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    19 1. '''Get to know FFmpeg.''' If you are an applicant interested in contributing to FFmpeg, it is recommended to start by subscribing to the [http://ffmpeg.org/mailman/listinfo/ffmpeg-devel ffmpeg-devel] mailing-list, visiting our IRC channels (mainly ''#ffmpeg-devel'' and less relevant ''#ffmpeg''), and exploring both the codebase and the development workflow. Feel free to [#ContactingFFmpeg contact us] if you have any questions.
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    21 2. '''Find a project.''' Listed on this page are mentored and unmentored projects. Mentored projects are well-defined and mentor(s) have already volunteered. Unmentored projects are additional ideas you may want to consider, but you will have to contact us to find a mentor. You can also propose your own project, if you can think of one that better fits your interest and skill level. If a project description is unclear or you have any questions, please get in touch with its mentor and/or send an email to the program admins at [opw@ffmpeg.org].
     191. '''Get to know FFmpeg.''' If you are an applicant interested in contributing to FFmpeg, it is recommended to start by subscribing to the [http://ffmpeg.org/mailman/listinfo/ffmpeg-devel ffmpeg-devel] mailing-list, visiting our IRC channels (''#ffmpeg-devel''), and exploring both the codebase and the development workflow. Feel free to [#ContactingFFmpeg contact us] if you have any questions.
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     212. '''Find a project.''' Listed on this page are mentored and un-mentored projects. Mentored projects are well-defined and mentor(s) have already volunteered. Un-mentored projects are additional ideas you may want to consider, but you will have to contact us to find a mentor. You can also propose your own project, if you can think of one that better fits your interest and skill level. If a project description is unclear or you have any questions, please get in touch with its mentor and/or send an email to the program admins at [opw@ffmpeg.org].
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    23233. '''Contact us.''' If you decide on a project, get in touch with the community and let us know. If you want to work on a qualification task, let the respective mentor know so we can avoid duplicated efforts.