Students Information

Students, please read information about our application requirements and advice for students in addition to reviewing the ideas on this page. This list is not exclusive, and there are other ways you can find a mentor and define your GSoC project idea. Also, please be sure to contribute some code for the module you are applying to work on before or during the application process.

Mentors Information

Mentors, the ideas do not have to be only about modules that are in a GNOME suite. If it's a project on GNOME-related software that can benefit the GNOME community, it's also good to list it here.

When adding a project idea, please try to follow those guidelines:

When students approach you about the idea you listed:

Please use this format:

 . '''idea title''' (mentor: MentorName linking to your wiki.gnome.org personal info page)
 * ''Benefits'': describe the benefits of your idea
 * ''Requirements'': what should the student know already?
 * ''Mentorship'': what is your experience for mentoring this project and what communication channels and frequency will you use to communicate with the mentee?
 * ''Project team'': what is the project team like?
 * Note: one or multiple notes, links, whatever further information
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More Owncloud ideas

https://github.com/owncloud/core/wiki/Google-Summer-of-Code#2016-gnome--owncloud-current.


Ideas from previous years


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Outreach/SummerOfCode/2016/Ideas (last edited 2016-03-15 08:16:30 by DebarshiRay)