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  1. Great news @Itms! Happy to have had a very small part in this and looking forward to your acceptance.
  2. I mean you can enter this year with one project only mentored by that single mentor.
  3. I am almost sure there is no minimum on the number of mentors.
  4. Not per month but for the whole duration.
  5. Thanks feneur for you reply. I surely don't know who could be the chosen mentors and how much time each one would have but I'd like to bring to your attention that many organizations actually states in their SoC projects pages that the mentors will not have much time and actually enforces it as an eligibility criterion to students applying, that the student would be able to adapt to this. Furthermore, many organizations actually selects their students from their active contributors who may not qualify as mentors. Such students would even require less time to mentor. I know this would not actually make a huge impact but I just thought to share.
  6. Google Summer of Code is a global program focused on bringing more student developers into open source software development. Students work with an open source organization on a 3 month programming project during their break from school. Currently GSoC19 is in organizations applying phase and I think 0AD will find it useful to participate this year.