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Re: mentors



> It would be good to start a fedora-mentors list and see if it works. We 
> dont risk much by that effort.

A mailing list is sort of already an environment of mentorship by
committee, isn't it?  Are we talking about more of a one-on-one
relationship?  Perhaps we're better off with a simple mechanism for
matching mentors and mentees.  Maybe we do something like...

1. Build a simple wiki page with a couple of paragraphs talking about why 
a mentor program is valuable and useful.

2. A sign-up page for prospective mentors, where they describe what 
they're good at.

3. A sign-up page for prospective mentees, where they describe what skills 
they're looking to improve.

4. An announcement to f-*-list.

--g

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