Professors Open Source Summer Experience

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= Professors Open Source Summer Experience: DRAFT =
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See http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/POSSE for the main POSSE webspace. Fedora will be one of our focus projects for the week, so there's plenty of opportunity for Fedora community involvement, which will be posted here as it comes up.
 
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== Introduction ==
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There are more professors than ever hoping to teach the open source development process to their students, but it can be a challenging process. Professors have only a limited amount of time to learn about open source, and are often unsure about how to get started.
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POSSE is designed for these professors.  Sponsored by Red Hat, the POSSE program is a weeklong bootcamp that will immerse professors in open source projects. Participants will spend a week of intensive participation in selected open source projects, led by professors with experience in teaching open source development, in partnership with community members who have deep experience and insight.
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== Dates ==
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Participants will arrive on '''Sunday, July 20th, 2009''' for a reception and opening keynote, and then will leave on '''Friday, July 24th, 2009''', no doubt happy and exhausted after many, many hours of hacking, thinking, arguing, learning, and teaching.
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== Location ==
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POSSE is likely to be held at Clemson University, although the site has yet to be finalized.
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== Who is Eligible ==
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Any professor of computer science, at any level, is eligible to apply.  Strong preference will be given to those professors who are planning to incorporate elements of open source development in an upcoming course, but have not yet had the opportunity to participate directly in an open source project.
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== Costs ==
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Those selected to participate will have their living costs covered for the week; participants will be responsible for travel expenses to and from the site.
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== How to Apply ==
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Interested parties should submit their applications by email no later than '''Friday, March 27th, 2009'''.  Applications should be sent to '''gdk at redhat dot com''', and should include:
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* An introductory statement, in which the applicant should discuss his/her interest in open source;
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* A list of courses taught over the past few years;
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* Upcoming courses, if any, that may include elements of open source development;
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* Contact information.
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== Notification of Acceptance ==
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Applicants will be notified no later than '''Friday, April 10th, 2009'''.
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Latest revision as of 21:10, 28 May 2009

See http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/POSSE for the main POSSE webspace. Fedora will be one of our focus projects for the week, so there's plenty of opportunity for Fedora community involvement, which will be posted here as it comes up.