Just a normal weekly report this week. Can’t believe I’ve been in the Outreachy program for a month!(閱讀全文…)
Time flies! I am already into the 3rd week of the internship, which is also a perfect time for a retrospective. This is an honest share to what working remotely has been like for me and also a report to record what I’ve been doing these three weeks.(閱讀全文…)
Really excited to be accepted for the project “Debian Continuous Integration: user experience improvements” (referred to as debci in this post) of the 2019 May-August round of the Outreachy internship! A huge thanks to my company and my manager Frank for letting me do this since I mentioned it out of the blue. Thanks to the Women Techmakers community for letting me know this program exists.
There are already blog posts that also has an introduction of the program, such as:
- How I got into Mozilla’s Outreachy open source internship program
- My Pathway to Outreachy with Mozilla
- Outreachy: What? How? Why?
To me, the biggest difference between Outreachy and Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is that you don’t have to be a student in order to apply.
This post won’t be going into the details of “What is Outreachy” in this post, and will focus on the process, where everyone will have a different story. This is my version, and hope that you can find yours in the near future!