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.
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.
Adding an idea
Read mentor's guidelines and follow the steps to become a mentor .
Discuss your idea with designers in #gnome-design to get their input and plan collaboration.
Make sure your idea consists of manageable and relevant tasks that the student can merge in the main module throughout the internship period.
- Briefly explain why this would be great for GNOME.
Ideas should be submitted as GitLab issues.
When students approach you
Be clear with students about whether it is suitable for new contributors or for their experience level.
Be prepared to give them a simple bug to fix or task to complete for your module and help them along with the setup and questions about the code. Encourage them to continue on fixing more bugs or writing code for the idea they are planning to apply for.
If you already have a strong student applying to work on the idea, redirect other students to find other ideas to propose instead or in addition to your idea.
Don't hesitate to reach out to the GNOME GSoC admins if you need help redirecting students.
TO BE DECIDED...