Summer of Code 2014
GNOME had 35 GSoC students in 2014 and here is the information about their projects.
GNOME will participate as a mentoring organization in Google Summer of Code 2014!
We need help to make GNOME GSoC a success again. At the moment, the most important thing if you are a GNOME contributor is to help us fill out our ideas page.
If you are a student, you should learn about GNOME and our requirements for GSoC participation, talk to the mentors for the ideas that interest you, make coding contributions to the module you decide to work on, and create your proposal. Browse the ideas on the ideas page, but don't feel limited by them. You can discuss other ideas you have with module maintainers. Base any ideas you propose on the research about the needs of a particular module and make sure there is a mentor interested in guiding you in implementing this idea before basing your application on it.
Feel free to join the #soc channel on GIMPNet (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 GNOME Google Summer of Code administrators AlexandreFranke, ChristopheFergeau, FabianoFidencio, MarinaZhurakhinskaya or EkaterinaGerasimova. You can reach all of us at firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail alias.
For more resources and GNOME history of participation in GSoC, please see the main GNOME GSoC page.
- February 14: Mentoring organization application deadline.
- February 24: List of accepted mentoring organizations published on the GSoC site
March 10: Student application period opens
March 21: Student application deadline
- April 21: List of accepted student applications published on the GSoC site
May 19: Students begin coding for their GSoC projects; Google begins issuing initial student payments
- June 27: Mid-term evaluations deadline
July 26 - August 1: GUADEC 2014
August 18: Pencils down
- August 22: Final evaluations deadline
The complete list of important dates can be found in SoC timeline.