Google Code In (GCI) starting in 2 days

Gedare Bloom gedare at
Sun Dec 6 15:45:33 UTC 2015

You just contribute what you can, when you can. Much of the work is
just approving that a student finished a task, and a lot of the tasks
are trivial to approve. Otherwise, if you would like to create
specific CFS tasks for you to mentor that would be perfectly suitable
and greatly improve our GCI efforts. I think a great task would be a
CFS "Getting Started" Tutorial which should be done by a relatively
advanced student and build from the RTEMS Getting Started

You can get a sense of the kinds of tasks at:


On Sun, Dec 6, 2015 at 10:41 AM, Mathew Benson <mathew.benson at> wrote:
> Is there a web page that lists the projects?  I had tentatively volunteered as a mentor, not really knowing what to expect.
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Dec 5, 2015, at 7:59 AM, Gedare Bloom <gedare at> wrote:
>> Hello Everyone,
>> This is a friendly reminder that GCI starts soon. Please be prepared
>> for a possible flood of new users and questions as high schoolers
>> attempt to work with different parts of RTEMS Project. If you see a
>> question on the mailing list or IRC that you may know how to answer,
>> please don't hesitate to give back by helping these students to find
>> answers.
>> If anyone is able/willing to spend a few minutes each day answering
>> questions, we would really like the extra hands to help "mentor"
>> students doing tasks. Mentoring GCI is basically just answering a few
>> questions or directing the student to someone who might have the
>> answer, or to devel mailing list. Let me or Joel know if you can
>> participate!
>> Thanks, and Happy Holidays to everyone.
>> Gedare
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