Let the fun begin! This week it was announced that the openSUSE Project is one of the 212 mentoring organization for this year’s Google Summer of Code, which is an annual international program that awards stipends to university students to write code and learn about open source development during their summer break.
The openSUSE Project has participated in GSoC since 2006 and has helped more than 50 students get started with free software development.
As a mentoring organization, eligible students will have an opportunity between March 12 – 27 to submit a project proposal to the GSoC program site. The program is open to university students aged 18 or over.
The list of those projects are:
- Integrate cloud pinyin in ibus-pinyin or ibus-libpinyin
- Schedule manual test case execution in openQA
- Enhance log readability in openQA
- Automate Trollolo usage
- Develop Container-based backend for openQA
- Create awareness for openQA’s environment during screen recognition
- Improve people collaboration in the Hackweek tool
- Improve user experience in OBS
- REST API for testing applications based on libYUI
After the students submit their applications, there will be a review period from March 27 to April 23. Accepted projects will be announced on April 23 and the coding will being on May 14 and continue throughout the summer.
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