We are delighted to announce that two projects have been selected from the proposals that we received in the Google Season of Docs program 2020. Thank you to everybody who took the time to learn more about Mautic and submit a proposal, we really appreciate your enthusiasm for Mautic!
The Google Season of Docs project is similar to the Google Summer of Code, however it relates to technical writing rather than development, and lasts for three months.
We are excited to introduce the successful applicants who are about to start the community bonding phase where they get to know their mentors, refine their proposals, and get started within the community.
Both will commence working on their projects from 14th September 2020 through to 30th November 2020, with the finalisation period between 3-10 December 2020.
I’m sure you will join me in welcoming our new Mauticians into the community and am looking forward to seeing their work over the coming months!
Swati Thacker - End-User Documentation
I am a senior technical writer with 10 years of experience in translating complex enterprise-level software concepts and technical procedures into simple, easy-to-understand material for end-users.
By leveraging my technical writing experience, I started contributing to the documentation for open-source organizations as part of the Google Season of Docs program since last year. It has been extremely fulfilling to bond with the open-source communities around the world which in turn has helped me expand my knowledge of a variety of domains. You can read my blog here.
Read Swati’s proposal here.
Favour Kelvin - Knowledgebase
I am a software developer and a technical writer who believes in changing the world by translating abstract ideas into comprehensive material is my way of solving complex business problems and being an active player in the dynamics of the company.
I love to code, write, and share knowledge. I am an active open source contributor, helping build technical communities and speak at conferences. I create technical content on myBlog.
Read Favour’s proposal here.