[Printing-architecture] Google Summer of Code 2020 - Project ideas page for the Linux Foundation online

Till Kamppeter till.kamppeter at gmail.com
Tue Jan 19 18:30:53 UTC 2021


the Linux Foundation will apply again as mentoring organization in this 
year's Google Summer of Code.

Note that GSoC 2021 will be different, the 3-months student projects 
will be replaced by part-time projects, 6-weeks full-time-equivalent, to 
be done in a 10-week time-window. Stipends are appropriately reduced to 
the half amount, leading to the same per-hour value.

On January 29, 2021 the application period for mentoring organizations 
for the Google Summer of Code 2021 will start.

To be successful, we need a rich project idea list so that we will get 
selected by Google.

I have set up a page for project ideas for the Linux Foundation's 
participation in the Google Summer of Code 2021:


Please add your ideas to the sub-page of your work group. Also remove 
project ideas which are already done in one of the previous years or not 
needed any more and make sure that all contact info is up-to-date and 
all links are working.

If you have problems mail me with your project ideas and other editing 

The ideas list is in the Linux Foundation Wiki. If you want to edit and 
did not have the edit rights already from previous years, please tell me 
and I give you edit rights. I need your Linux Foundation user name for 
that and the e-mail address associated with this account for this.

Please also take into account that the deadline for our application as 
mentoring organization is Feb 19 and after that Google will evaluate the 
applications. So have your ideas (at least most of them, ideas can be 
posted up to the student application deadline) in by then to raise our 
chances to get accepted.

Please also tell us if you do not want to participate any more with your 
workgroup, so that we can remove your sub-page.


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