Outreachy (GNOME) – Final

This is my last blog of Outreachy. During this period, I have finished the Chinese translation of GNOME 3.22, and completed most entries of GNOME 3.24, because it always emerges some new entries, so I talked with Mentor Tong and decided to accomplish 3.24 after the frozen-date and before the release-date. On the other hand, I improved the guideline of the Chinese Team – updated it on the basis of the last English vision and reference something from Free Software Localization Guide for Chinese (China).

About the future, I’ll completed GNOME 3.24 with other translators before 22th March, and I have some other ideas about the guideline of Chinese Team, I’ll try to implement them. Besides, I want to try making more contribution than L10n for GNOME, and I would love to become a module maintainer in this community which will making me more deeper at GNOME. Also, I’m trying to spread Outreachy to others, especially the Chinese girls.

I’d like to tell the applicants of round 14 or someone who want to apply it, DON’T BE SHY, show your personal abilities to your mentor as more as possible, and don’t be confined to the test she/he gave you. And if you are selected, an important thing is getting to know more people of your organization and many other interns, it will help you become fully integrated into the circle of FOSS.

Above all, that is a wonderful experience. Outreachy gave me a nice opportunity to learn and contribute to FOSS, thanks for the people who help me in this internship.


This work by Mandy Wang is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International

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