So I was doing some digging around the other day, and found a very important GSOC project that Michael missed
While I personally am a fan of systemd, the BSDs needed to form their own solution, and I'm glad to see them moving on this as opposed to continuing to sit on their hands.
How awesome are the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) and Season of KDE (SoK) programs? According to Daniel Moctezuma, "All the work done by students in GSoC/SoK will have an impact in Free Software and the world." Daniel is one of the 2011 GSoC students. Lydia Pintscher is the main administrator of these programs for KDE. She made the following report.
I know this is early and Google hasn't even announced that its holding GSoC next year .. but just wanted to put this out there. I wanted to take part in this year's GSoC. I have been using Arch for about 6 months. And it would be amazing if I could get selected under Arch Linux and do a major package development under GSoC too.What are your thoughts ?
Google's 2011 Summer of Code is coming to an end with today being one of the soft deadlines for the student developers to finish up work on their summer projects. Of the Mesa / GSoC summer projects this year, I mentioned the MLAA support for Gallium3D was a success with...
Dot Categories: Community and EventsKDE has again taken part in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) as its biggest participating organization. Fifty-nine out of mind-boggling sixty projects have been completed successfully. Lots of new things have been learned, lots of code has been written and there's been plenty of fun. GSoC is over but the code has not gone away and the work is not finished.
openSUSE as a project always looking to improve and grow and this is one of those opportunities: Google Summer of Code!
Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a program that offers students an paid opportunity to write code for several open source projects. The purpose is to benefit open source projects and encourage young developers to hack and learn.