Summer of Code 2010
GNOME is a mentor organization for Google's Summer of Code (SoC) again this year. We will have a bunch of students working on some cool projects related to the GNOME desktop. Each project is supervised by an experienced member of the GNOME community.
We need help to make GNOME SoC this year a success again. If you develop software for the GNOME desktop, please consider to become a mentor this summer. If you are a student, please consider applying for GNOME Summer of Code to become a student participant.
Please check this page out again when call for proposals is out. Feel free to join the #soc channel on irc.gnome.org! If you have any questions, please read Google SoC's frequently asked questions first. If you still have questions, don't hesitate to contact RubenVermeersch, ChristopheFergeau or DanielSiegel, however, please avoid questions like "do you think my idea will be accepted?".
- March 12: Mentoring organization application deadline.
- March 18: List of accepted mentoring organizations published on socghop.appspot.com
March 29: Student applications open
April 09: Student application deadline
- April 26: List of accepted student applications published on code.google.com
May 24: Students begin coding for their GSoC projects; Google begins issuing initial student payments
- July 16: Mid-term evaluations deadline
- July 24 - July 30: GUADEC
August 16: Pencils down
The complete list of important dates can be found in SoC timeline.
Our pool of project ideas is found in /Ideas. All potential mentors, don't hesitate to add some ideas of projects that could improve GNOME. All potential student applicants are encouraged to browse this page.
Information for Students
Information for Mentors
All GNOME Foundation members can apply to be a mentor. They will then be able to look at all project applications, comment on them and note that they could mentor specific projects. If you're not a GNOME Foundation member and you still want to become a member, you can apply, too.
Mentor registration is not yet open on Google's Summer of Code site.
Other mentoring resources:
See /Students for details on selection criteria.
Every GNOME Foundation member will be able to look at the student applications and comment on them after applying to be a mentor. When the student application period is closed, a small selection committee (around 10 people) will analyze the comments and select the projects that are, in their opinion, the best.
- GNOME's Google Summer of Code