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= Google Summer of Code 2013 =
  
'''Regretfully, coreboot was not selected for GSoC 2012.'''
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Welcome to the [http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/homepage/google/gsoc2013 Google Summer of Code 2013] page.  
  
  
We will apply again in 2013. Please continue to add you ideas to the [[Project Ideas|projects page]].  
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We preparing to apply for GSoC 2013. Please continue to add you ideas to the [[Project Ideas|projects page]].  
  
  
 
If you have questions, comments, or concerns, please send them to the [[Mailinglist|mailing list]] or join us in [[IRC]].
 
If you have questions, comments, or concerns, please send them to the [[Mailinglist|mailing list]] or join us in [[IRC]].
  
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The coreboot project also hosts payload and flashrom projects.
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[[Previous GSoC Projects|Previous coreboot GSoC projects]]
 
[[Previous GSoC Projects|Previous coreboot GSoC projects]]
  
[http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/homepage/google/gsoc2012 Google Summer of Code 2012]
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= Call for Mentors and Project Ideas =
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Google has announced the 2013 GSoC program. coreboot had been a GSoC participant in the past, but was not accepted in 2012 and we would like to change that this year. The GSoC project acceptance has become much more competitive and the project ideas and student recruitment pages has become key in getting accepted.  Our project ideas were not flushed out enough in the application process and we didn't have a complete mentors list/assignment for those projects.
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I think that coreboot has some extremely talented people involved in the project and students should be attracted to the experience of working with our mentors as much as the potential projects.
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What we need to apply for GSoC 2013:
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Project Admins - We need a person or two to be the main liaison between coreboot and GSoC. This person(s) register the project, fills out the application, leads and organizes the projects and mentors.
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Mentors - We need a pool of mentors willing to support students on a number of levels; Helping them from the very beginning with project ideas and writing their applications, project and development time management, research, communication, documentation, drive deadlines.
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Mentor biographies - To improve out GSoC recruitment, i would like to have a one paragraph biography for each of our mentors. It should contain what your coreboot experience and contributions. Something about your work and/or education experience and maybe some other personal information. Maybe where you are located. It helps to have mentors can be matched with the students culture. 
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Project ideas - We also need complete project ideas with pointers to background data and what the expected outcome would be. We need a list of potential mentors for each project idea.
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coreboot GSoC support roles - Even if you can't commit to being a full time mentor, we could use your help with the coreboot promotion, student recruitment, wiki, project ideas, blog postings,  and code reviews , and encouragement and advice to students and mentors.
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Important dates:
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March18 - 29 - Org applications. We should have a list of mentors and suitable project ideas, policies, etc by this date.
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April 1 - 5-  GSoC application review
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April 8 - Org acceptance
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April 22 - May 5 - student applications
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If you are interested in helping, please feel free to contact me and/or start updating the wiki and add yourself and/or project ideas.

Revision as of 21:22, 18 February 2013

Google Summer of Code 2013

Welcome to the Google Summer of Code 2013 page.


We preparing to apply for GSoC 2013. Please continue to add you ideas to the projects page.


If you have questions, comments, or concerns, please send them to the mailing list or join us in IRC.


The coreboot project also hosts payload and flashrom projects.

Previous coreboot GSoC projects

Call for Mentors and Project Ideas

Google has announced the 2013 GSoC program. coreboot had been a GSoC participant in the past, but was not accepted in 2012 and we would like to change that this year. The GSoC project acceptance has become much more competitive and the project ideas and student recruitment pages has become key in getting accepted. Our project ideas were not flushed out enough in the application process and we didn't have a complete mentors list/assignment for those projects.

I think that coreboot has some extremely talented people involved in the project and students should be attracted to the experience of working with our mentors as much as the potential projects.


What we need to apply for GSoC 2013:

Project Admins - We need a person or two to be the main liaison between coreboot and GSoC. This person(s) register the project, fills out the application, leads and organizes the projects and mentors.

Mentors - We need a pool of mentors willing to support students on a number of levels; Helping them from the very beginning with project ideas and writing their applications, project and development time management, research, communication, documentation, drive deadlines.

Mentor biographies - To improve out GSoC recruitment, i would like to have a one paragraph biography for each of our mentors. It should contain what your coreboot experience and contributions. Something about your work and/or education experience and maybe some other personal information. Maybe where you are located. It helps to have mentors can be matched with the students culture.

Project ideas - We also need complete project ideas with pointers to background data and what the expected outcome would be. We need a list of potential mentors for each project idea.

coreboot GSoC support roles - Even if you can't commit to being a full time mentor, we could use your help with the coreboot promotion, student recruitment, wiki, project ideas, blog postings, and code reviews , and encouragement and advice to students and mentors.

Important dates: March18 - 29 - Org applications. We should have a list of mentors and suitable project ideas, policies, etc by this date. April 1 - 5- GSoC application review April 8 - Org acceptance April 22 - May 5 - student applications

If you are interested in helping, please feel free to contact me and/or start updating the wiki and add yourself and/or project ideas.