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=== What steps will you take to encourage students to interact with your project's community before and during the program? ===
The development team actively uses the project resources, including forums, IRC, Wiki and the development mailing list during the entire project development. We consider out students to be special, but developers nonetheless. Each developer including our students is encouraged to take part in discussions, whatever the means these discussions occur. As a pragmatic fact, on IRC any student will be able to get support literally 24/7, as our developers are scattered all over the globe.
;Not only the mentorsWe consider our students to be special, but also the entire development team, are developers nonetheless. Each developer including our students is encouraged to communicate with take part in discussions, whatever the studentsmeans these discussions occur. The students are marked with As a special flag pragmatic fact, on our IRC channelany student will be able to get support literally 24/7, so everyone knows who they as our developers are. And we require scattered all over the students to write introductory letters to our development list, so everyone will have an impression about them, their skills and their assigned task (of course)globe.
;Support and feedback is not only a function provided by the mentors, but the entire development team and community, are encouraged to communicate constructively with the students. The students are marked with a special flag on our IRC channel (voice), so everyone knows who they are. We require the students to write introductory letters to our development list and their blog so everyone will have a sensible background about them, their skills and their assigned task (of course). ;In order to help the students familiarize themselves with the project, we also have created several key pieces of documentation for them. In particular, we have an exhaustive 'developer central ' on our Wiki where we describe the all-important internals of ScummVMand finding your way around the project. This is highly valuable as a quick reference as well as during the initial explorations of the codebase.
=== What will you do to encourage that your accepted students stick with the project after Google Summer of Code concludes? ===
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