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Design and Develop a tool to correct false depicts claims manually on Wikimedia Commons
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Profile Information

Name Mufaddal hamid
IRC nickname on Freenode none
Web Profile https://github.com/MufaddalHamid
Location (country or state)India
Maharashtra pune
Typical working hours (include your timezone)
Time Zone: UTC+05:30
Typical working hours: 10 AM to 4 AM.(UTC+05:30)
On college days, occupied between 1 PM to 3 PM.(UTC+05:30)

Synopsis

  • Short summary describing your project and how it will benefit Wikimedia projects

According to me this project depends on the users behavior and mainly focuses on the volunteers approach.I implement that machine learning tools be used in this project.to prevent use of unfair means we have to see if the user is determined to use proper or unfair means.a simple yes/no may not be able to help determine the users correct intention.i propose that before asking the claim we ask the user multiple questions related to the topic and then determine whether or not the user will answer truthfully or not.

  • Possible Mentor(s) Eugene Egbe, Navino Evans
  • Have you contacted your mentors already? NO

Deliverables

Describe the timeline of your work with deadlines and milestones, broken down week by week. Make sure to include time you are planning to allocate for investigation, coding, deploying, testing and documentation
Weekly 5-6hrs will be devoted to the project since summer holidays have begun.the project will be broken down into basically the 5 top elements planning,choosing,implementing and testing each for a week .

Participation

Describe how you plan to communicate progress and ask for help, where you plan to publish your source code, etc
i plan to communicate freely with my members and mentors through phrabicator

About Me

Tell us about a few:

  • Your education (completed or in progress) Bca first year student
  • How did you hear about this program? through my friends
  • Will you have any other time commitments, such as school work, another job, planned vacation, etc, during the duration of the program?
  • We advise all candidates eligible for Google Summer of Code and Outreachy to apply for both programs. Are you planning to apply to both programs and, if so, with what organization(s)?

Yes i may have other commitments,but for now i do not have any.i have choosen other programs as well through GSOC and will give all projects equal devotion and time.

  • What does making this project happen mean to you?

this project is mainly a learning base for the future

Past Experience

Describe any relevant projects that you've worked on previously and what knowledge you gained from working on them. Describe any open source projects you have contributed to as a user and contributor (include links). If you have already written a feature or bugfix for a Wikimedia technology such as MediaWiki, link to it here; we will give strong preference to candidates who have done so

Any Other Info

Add any other relevant information such as UI mockups, references to related projects, a link to your proof of concept code, etc
https://github.com/MufaddalHamid

Event Timeline

Restricted Application added a subscriber: Aklapper. · View Herald TranscriptMar 29 2020, 12:49 PM

@Mufaddalhamid123 Hi! Thanks for your participation. It looks like you have answered no to the question: "Have you contacted with project mentors already?" and I wanted to share that communicating with project mentors is one of the many steps and a crucial part of the application process. See here: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code/Participants#Application_process_steps. There is perhaps no time to do that right now; I still thought of highlighting it.

Pavithraes closed this task as Declined.May 5 2020, 6:43 PM
Pavithraes added a subscriber: Pavithraes.

@Mufaddalhamid123 We are sorry to say that we could not allocate a slot for you this time. Please do not consider the rejection to be an assessment of your proposal. We received over 100 quality applications, and we could only accept 14 students. We were not able to give all applicants a slot that would have deserved one, and these were some very tough decisions to make. Please know that you are still a valued member of our community and we by no means want to exclude you. Many students who we did not accept in 2019 have become Wikimedia maintainers, contractors and even GSoC students and mentors this year!

If you would like a de-brief on why your proposal was not accepted, please let me know as a reply to this comment or on the ‘Feeback on Proposals’ topic of the Zulip stream #gsoc20-outreachy20. I will respond to you within a week or so. :)

Your ideas and contributions to our projects are still welcome! As a next step, you could consider finishing up any pending pull requests or inform us that someone has to take them over. Here is the recommended place for you to get started as a newcomer: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/New_Developers.

If you would still be eligible for GSoC next year, we look forward to your participation!