The time has come... The list of accepted students to the Google Summer of Code has just been published on GSoC webpage and on Google Open Source blog here. We have been amazed by amount of proposals we received (42+) and overall quality of the applications have been outstanding. It was an extremely hard choice for us to select the best ones. We are also surprised by the amount of slots we got from Google. It's our first time in Google Summer of Code as mentoring organization and I'm happy to say that we've received 7 slots! That means that 7 great proposals have been selected and we are looking forward to work with selected students starting from today and during the summer.
Here is the final list of accepted projects for GSoC 2008:
I would like to encourage all of you to read the blog post above, whether you are on the list or not. I think this is "must read" for all of you. Hopefully this will help you understand how difficult it is to select best projects from the ones that we received. We had a really hard time doing evaluation/rating process and choosing those best 7. I would like to thank everyone who applied for GSoC 2008 this year. You are just amazing!
If you're not on the list don't hesitate to work on your project anyway. It's open source, you don't have to be in GSoC to start your own project. If you're passionate about your proposal and NUI Group - stay in touch, contribute to community, work with us and let's make things happen together. Thank you once again! Some information for selected students. If you have been accepted and you're still not submitted to the NUI Group GSoC discussion group, please do so.
Here is the link http://groups.google.com/group/nuigroup-gsoc. We will use this list to communicate with you, share experience, share ideas, keep track of work and also to get to know each other. If you are an IRC guy remember about joining our #nuigroup channel at Freenode. Congratulations to all selected students !!! Great work, keep it that way!
You can find the official list of accepted NUI Group students Here...
Posted by: Pawel 'solydzajs' Solyga