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Revision as of 22:17, 3 October 2007

The possible mentors for a Google Summer of Code project with Audacity are listed in the order of suitability for each project idea.

The table below gives some more information about the pool of mentors. As Audacity is multiplatform and as some mentors do not work on all platforms, the platform the student chooses to develop on may affect the choice of mentor.

Dominic Mazzoni Mac, Linux and Windows. Project Founder
Vaughan Johnson Works mostly on Windows. Has produced several Audacity variants.
Leland Lucius Mac, Linux and Windows. Special interest in accessibility.
James Crook For Audacity, only Windows. Special interest in Audacity for Language Learners.
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Federico Grau Linux, Windows Special interest in Audacity for Radio.

As well as the obvious additions, we should also consider/ask:

  • Monty, Chris-Cannam.