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The Google Summer of Code students working under the Python umbrella are required to blog about their work over the summer, at least bi-weekly. It helps me keep track of how the students are doing, and hopefully helps their mentors keep track as well. I've just emailed a bunch of folk whose blog posts for the first two weeks are now late, and I included the following list of questions to get them thinking about what to write:

1. What have you accomplished the past two weeks (list specific items accomplished)?
2. What issues or roadblocks have you encountered the past two weeks?
3. Have they been resolved, and if so, how?
4. Do any of the issues or roadblocks still exist and what steps have been taken to resolve them?
5. Is further assistance necessary to resolve existing issues?
6. What do you plan to accomplish in the next two weeks?
7. How does your progress compare to your project schedule?

This list is the one that Systers uses for their required weekly status updates, and it's one that I've found very useful as a guide even for my own status updates at my day job. So I figured I'd post it here in case any of you are stumped on what to include in your next status update!
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