The gEDA Project is going to apply for the Google's Summer of Code 2010 program! Therefore, this page is a work in progress, and will be publically announced if and when the gEDA Project does get accepted into GSoC 2010.
The gEDA project is excited to have this opportunity again and thanks Google for investing in and organizing the GSoC program. This wiki page will develop as we plan our GSoC 2010 activities.
You are welcome to either suggest a new project idea, or select one from our list of suggested projects.
2010 is the third year in which the gEDA Project has participated in Google's Summer of Code program. Through our experience, we have learned a couple of things about running a successful program. Most importantly, keep in mind that Google Summer of Code is meant to be a full time summer job. We don't want applicants who work a different job during the day and then try to work on GSoC at night. It's not fair to us since you won't be productive, it's not fair to Google since they're paying you for full-time work, and it's not good for you since you'll soon exhaust yourself and won't enjoy the GSoC experience!
Here are the things we ask of our students to help make the GSoC experience a success for everybody.
Here is a list of mentors and administrators for the gEDA Project's GSoC in 2010. Please feel free to contact any of us with any questions you may have.