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Re: About scoring

From: Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva
Subject: Re: About scoring
Date: Thu, 07 Apr 2011 17:45:04 -0300
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Em 04/07/11 11:13, Mike Sheldon escreveu:
>  In previous years with other projects (GNOME and GStreamer), the
> approach taken by the org admins was to mostly use the mentor's scores
> as a rough guideline. We then had a couple of IRC meetings towards the
> end of the rating period to discuss how people felt about the various
> projects, after which the admins modified the scores to reflect the
> result of the IRC discussions. 


> Previously I think this was a bit easier
> due to the availability of negative scoring, but apparently the range of
> scores available to admins is much greater than to mentors (based on a
> few emails on the google-summer-of-code-mentors-list a couple of weeks
> back), so I think this should still be possible.

IIRC org admins can actually modify scores as they want. But obviously I
won't do something based solely on my own judgement.

>  Perhaps a similar process could be employed here to allow for a level
> of human judgement to solve the various possible problems that may
> arise?

I think that is the way to go, if we ever reach this situation, which
seems plausible due the ammount of new proposals today vs. slots we're
expecting (~20). Lets wait for the deadline and early evaluations. If we
judge necessary, let's have one or two IRC meetings.
Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva

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