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See here for more info on the full GSoC 2018 program timeline.
|Project description||Student||Primary mentor||Backup mentor|
|FHIR Swagger Codegen Integration and Strategic Improvements||Eunice Amoh|
|Location Based Access Control||Suthagar Kailayapathy||Daniel Kayiwa|
|Merge Patient data from Multiple Installations||Daniel Kayiwa|
|Improved Built-In Reports module||Jeyasumangala Rasanayagam|
|[ARCHIVED] Patient Merge Enhancement|
|RESTful Submission of Forms in HTML Form Entry||Piyush Kundnani||Owais Hussain||Ivange Larry Ndumbe|
|Attachments Module Enhancements||Ridmal Liyanagamage||Dimitri R||Muhammad Ahmed Memon|
|Patient Clinical Summary Enhancement||Dileka Madushan||Sam Mbugua|
|OAuth module enhancements and SMART apps support||Prabodh Kotasthane||Sanatt Abrol|
|Bahmni - Notification on Patient Events||Isuranga Perera|
|OpenMRS Android Client 3.x Project||Chathuranga Muthukuda||Shivang Nagaria|
|Reset Password via Email Project||Harisu Fanyui|
In general, Mentors are community volunteers who are willing to give a student a great experience in open source development. Mentors should be knowledgeable enough in open source development and their project to provide quality mentorship during Summer of Code. Note that mentors cannot also participate as a student (i.e., someone applying as a student to GSoC should not also volunteer to be a mentor in the same year).
Backup mentors have no explicit expectations beyond staying abreast of a project in case they need to fill in or take over for the primary mentor in case of an unforeseen circumstance. While we generally avoid anyone being a primary mentor for more than one project, we do allow primary mentors to serve as a backup mentor for one other project, since the need for backup mentors to take over the role of primary mentor for a project is very rare.