Oyo, I thought I had posted my previous month's thingy, but I guess I didn't. Let me give an update as milestone 2 is also done.
January was basically 100% developer outreach. More details on this outlined below. February I worked 15 hours, but it was a tough time for me personally, so I was unable to finish the hours required of me. I did not receive a payout, and have opted to wait until the end of March. March was 80% dev outreach, and 20% other things. Once again, will be outlined below.
As you can see above, this took the majority of my time. I must say that the efforts have been much more successful than in the past. We have two new contributors that have already started submitting PRs to Kovri. brbzull and btolfa. Say hi to them in #kovri-dev and welcome them to the community.
As a whole, developer outreach has included:
Speaking to a couple of schools and talking with a few local CS students one on one.
Posting and monitoring the posts I have made on Reddit for hiring C++ developers
Following up and doing interviews via Skype, appear.in, Telegram, Reddit, and IRC to explain Kovri, Monero, the workings of the Forum Funding System, and answer any other questions (I have gone through this process with roughly nine individuals).
Monitoring various open source and/or C++ forums wherein I identify promising individuals and PM them with details about Kovri
Looking for other opportunities as they may present themselves locally or digitally.
In a couple cases of local individuals, I took them out to lunch at my expense to sit down and discuss details of the project
Following up with older contributors to Kovri
Not a lot of doc bumping, but it happened a couple of times
Preliminary work for Mastering Monero's Kovri chapter
Info gathering and blocking for Kovri infographics (including discussion with the team)
Kovri site is refreshed with new pages, and better layout for documentation
Collab with pigeons on setting up Doxygen for Kovri site
This upcoming month I plan to:
Add OS specific build instructions to the Kovri site
Begin foraying into a complete rewrite of the end user Kovri Documentation
Continue any dev outreach that comes to me (I will reduce my efforts in actively seeking it, but if a dev reaches out to me as a result of my past posts, I will respond).
See about a Kovri presence in Defcon? :D
More to come! Thanks everyone. It's a pleasure helping out the Kovri project.