[Grok-dev] The Google Highly Open Participation Contest

Jan Ulrich Hasecke janulrich.hasecke at web.de
Wed Nov 28 14:56:14 EST 2007

Hi all!

Google has started a new contest for secondary and high-school  
students. They have to complete tasks within five days and submit  
them to a jury. They can win something.

One task is to make a screencast of the Grok Tutorial. Cool! :-)

My son, which participated the Grok workshop at the FrOSCon would  
like to make this screencast. But we're unsure, whether and when it  
is possible to install the appropriate software, so maybe he only can  
claim this task next week, when we've got the software running. If  
the task is still open then. ;-) Every task can only be claimed by  
one student. Maybe others are faster.

Unfortunately this is the only Grok task.

I am not sure whether it is still possible to submit new tasks to the  
contest, the google page is not very userfriendly. Are there any  
other possible Grok tasks, which a young student can complete within  
five days? Maybe writing a small tutorial, writing a small test,  
doing documentation?

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