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Google Code-In 2012 Mentors
David joined the project as a high school sophomore in 2007 after joining the #PySoy IRC channel on Freenode. He didn't have a lot of knowledge but was interested in learning and helping where he could.
He started by compiling and packaging PySoy for Windows users, fixing Windows-related bugs, and working on our build system. He then started using Ubuntu and has since worked extensively on virtually every part of the engine's codebase including our Firefox plugin and migration to a "cloud" architecture.
Offline he's an avid cyclist and plays a fair number of console games, his favorite game is Portal.
He's now a freshman at British Columbia Institute of Technology.
Nikki is a professional web designer who's mentoring multimedia projects. While she doesn't have much technical experience with PySoy she knows most of our developers well and has a great deal of experience with the FOSS community overall.
She lives in New York City.
Arc was part of forming the PySoy project in 2005-2006 while running an after-school teen program in Ithaca, NY. He currently serves as the project's director.
He mentored for Google Summer of Code with the Python Software Foundation for the past 6 years, mentored for Google's Highly Open Participation contest, and has served as the Python's Summer of Code org admin for the last three years. He's also the director for the Copyleft Games Group and member of the XMPP Standards Foundation.
He currently lives in Washington, DC with his husband Eric Riley.
Mayank joined the project in 2011. He has been a Google Summer of Code student with PySoy for both 2011 and 2012. He has worked on wii-remotes, PS3 controllers, bluetooth and some other areas.
He is currently a final year student in his college BITS-Pilani, Goa. He likes to do competitive programming and is an MOOC addict. He loves fantasy MMORPGs, RTSs and hates FPSes.