[lsb-discuss] Google Summer of Code 2012: 14 good applications but only 12 slots

Robert Schweikert rjschwei at suse.com
Tue Apr 17 22:13:32 UTC 2012

On 04/17/2012 05:17 PM, Greg KH wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 12:44:49AM +0400, Denis Silakov wrote:
>> Maybe it would be honest to leave 3 slots for OpenPinting, 3 slots
>> for LSB (these are points 4-6) and 6 slots for kernel-related stuff?
>> Btw, is there any chance for some kernel projects to be implemented
>> under patronage of another organization? (E.g., I remember there was
>> a comment from Greg about KMSCON in openSUSE...).
> Yes, KMSCON was also submitted to openSUSE, but I don't know how many
> slots they get,

openSUSE has 12 slots

> so someone might want to try to bargain with them.
> Either way, I _really_ want to get that project approved, I don't care
> which orginization needs to take it.

 From the comments it looks like we have the same applicant (David 
Herrmann) for the openSUSE and LSB project. We have 51 applicants in 
openSUSE for 12 slots, thus it would be nice if the KMSCON project could 
run as an LF project.


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