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Overview

OWASP is proud to announce the {{{1}}} Season of Code (SoC {{{1}}})! This program is designed to allow participants to get paid for helping create and improve OWASP Projects. For anyone new to the SoC program, please refer to the OWASP Season of Code page for background information on the mechanics of the program.


How to get involved

You can

  • submit a proposal for a grant as a Participant
  • guide and review a project as a Mentor
  • fund and direct new work as a Sponsor

Participants

Participating in an OWASP SoC {{{1}}} project means that you'll be directly performing the work on the project and utilizing your Mentor(s) to help guide and review your work. Read about general expectations for participation.

To sign up to deliver a project:

  • [[SoC {{{1}}} Ideas|Review suggested ideas for proposals]] unless you already have a proposal in mind
  • [[SoC {{{1}}} Proposals|Prepare and submit a proposal according to the guidelines]]
  • If you have a Mentor in mind, list them in the proposal. Otherwise, one will be assigned upon selection.

The selection Jury will evaluate proposals and notify selected Participants as per the schedule below.

If selected, Participant responsibilities include:

  • Delivering the project as per the accepted proposal
  • Working with the assigned Mentor to ensure Midterm and Final evaluations are performed on schedule.

Mentors

Mentoring an OWASP SoC {{{1}}} project means that you'll be working closely with the Participant(s) selected to deliver your project. Read about general expectations for mentorship.

To sign up to mentor a project:

  • [[SoC {{{1}}} Ideas|Review suggested ideas for proposals]] and sign up to mentor one on that page
  • If you have your own ideas for proposals, add them
  • [[SoC {{{1}}} Proposals|Review submitted proposals]] and sign up to mentor one on that page
  • If you don't select a particular project but would like to be a mentor, just notify the Global Projects Committee and a project will be assigned to you

Mentor responsibilities include:

  • Helping guide delivery and advising Participants on project development
  • Working with project Participant(s) to ensure Midterm and Final evaluations are performed on schedule.

Sponsors

Sponsoring an OWASP SoC {{{1}}} project is an easy way for an organization to leverage the OWASP talent pool to focus additional development work on a project of your choice. Read about general expectations for sponsorship

To sign up to sponsor a project:

  • Notify the Global Projects Committee of your intent to sponsor a project
  • Submit your ideas for proposals and/or suggested Mentors for your project
  • Submit sponsorship payment to OWASP