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[libredwg] [[gnu-prog-discuss] Google Summer of Code 2013]

From: Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva
Subject: [libredwg] [[gnu-prog-discuss] Google Summer of Code 2013]
Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2013 12:47:18 -0300
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----- Forwarded message from "Jose E. Marchesi" <address@hidden> -----

> Date: Wed, 06 Mar 2013 21:42:25 +0100
> From: "Jose E. Marchesi" <address@hidden>
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: [gnu-prog-discuss] Google Summer of Code 2013
> Hi hackers.
> As it is usual, this year GNU will be applying to become a Google Summer
> of Code [0] organization.  Provided we get selected I will be the org
> admin and Giuseppe Scrivano will volunteer as the co-admin.
> The (still empty) ideas page can be found at [1].  Now it is a matter of
> filling it with interesting projects!  We will send the org application
> to Google the 25 of March.  Until then, please follow the following
> guidelines in order to submit ideas:
> - If you are an eligible student and have an idea that is not listed
>   here, you should propose it normally through the Google Summer of Code
>   web site (after applications are open). Please discuss it with the
>   package maintainers.
> - If you are a GNU package developer, have an idea for a Summer of Code
>   project for your own package, and can mentor it yourself, please email
>   the idea at address@hidden and one of the administrators will
>   add it. (Simple HTML fragment in plain text preferred.) Please also
>   recruit a backup mentor and tell us who that will be. Make sure that
>   the description of your idea contains enough information (perhaps in
>   the form of pointers to other information or mailing lists) for
>   students to research the feasibility of them implementing your
>   idea.
> - In all other cases (e.g., you are a developer with an idea for another
>   package), please contact the maintainer for the package. If you can
>   find a mentor for the project (or, hopefully, can mentor it yourself),
>   then we will add it if it is feasible. The project must meet the
>   Summer of Code criteria; see the guidelines.
> Finally, if you want to propose an idea already proposed last year but
> that was not implemented, please just point it out in
> address@hidden and we will just move the correponding
> description to this year's page.
> Thanks! :)
> [0]
> [1]
> -- 
> Jose E. Marchesi
> GNU Project    

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