Back into Google Summer of Code
After a two year break, the Haiku project is proud to be part of Google Summer of Code again. Over the summer, students will work on improving Haiku and related applications, with help from our mentor team. Google gives the students a stipend, which allows them to work full-time on the project without the need to find another job.
The goal of the program is to introduce students to the way open source projects work, and encourage them to become long term contributors. Several members of the Haiku developer team are indeed former GSoC students.
Read more about Google Summer of Code 2017.
List of ideas the students will build their applications from.
If you know people in the right age bracket that might be interested, point them to the Google Summer of Code site that has all the information. Or print out our GSoC flyer and hand them out on campus.
Students must submit their application after March 20, but shouldn't wait until then to start preparing it. The coding period spans over June, July, and August.
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