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  • ...the tools for reflection, including the Portfolio activity. It looks like 2012 will be the year we really see things pick up in Peru. ...atform. (Projects that are relatively self-contained tend to be better for GSoC since there is a finite window in which to work on it.)
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  • ...atform. (Projects that are relatively self-contained tend to be better for GSoC since their is a finite window in which to work on it.) ...ch, but it is best to start the conversation sooner than later. (Note that applications submitted to Google must be made in English, but mentoring can happen in an
    6 KB (950 words) - 03:22, 23 February 2012
  • ...etween existing member of the organisation and potential new contributors. GSoC is a program that brings together a lot of students who can become long ter === How will you get your students involved in your community during GSoC? ===
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  • [[Category:2012 GSoC applications]] [[Category:GSoC]]
    8 KB (1,377 words) - 00:07, 17 February 2012
  • ...CI winner. Then I continued my contribution for and mentored a student for GSoC 2013 and then some more students for GCI 2013. I am currently maintaining a ...isites, I have done a ton of Gtk2->Gtk3 ports as a part of my work for GCI 2012, so I have a fair amount of idea of both Gtk2 and Gtk3. I have worked on a
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  • ...ed to openSUSE's [http://popcorn.mapleoin.eu/ popcorn] project during GSoC 2012. Popcorn collects anonymous data about usage of RPM packages. I implemented ...enSUSE's [https://github.com/opensuse/popcorn popcorn] project during GSoC 2012, involved development in Python, Flask and SQLAlchemy with attention to PEP
    10 KB (1,595 words) - 15:52, 5 June 2013
  • ...ed to openSUSE's [http://popcorn.mapleoin.eu/ popcorn] project during GSoC 2012. Popcorn collects anonymous data about usage of RPM packages. I implemented ...enSUSE's [https://github.com/opensuse/popcorn popcorn] project during GSoC 2012, involved development in Python, Flask and SQLAlchemy with attention to PEP
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  • ...CI winner. Then I continued my contribution for and mentored a student for GSoC 2013 and then some more students for GCI 2013. I am currently maintaining a ...isites, I have done a ton of Gtk2->Gtk3 ports as a part of my work for GCI 2012, so I have a fair amount of idea of both Gtk2 and Gtk3. I have worked on a
    14 KB (2,450 words) - 02:59, 20 March 2014
  • ...: Tony Anderson) Vibhor Sehgal and Utkarsh Dhawan, although not officially GSoC students, worked with Tony and Richa on a parallel project, Web Confusion, ...15. Potential students and mentors, please go to our [[Summer_of_Code/2015|GSoC 2015]] page in the wiki.
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  • I am a big FOSS lover, in 2012 my college senior(GSoC alumni) introduced me to the new world on Computer Science - “Open Source ...uld be a Sugar Labs GSoC mentor. Provide email contact information for non-GSoC mentors.'''
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  • Our application page is [http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/org/application/google/gsoc2012/7284202]. A list of projects potential participants might contribute within GSoC program. Every project is shortly described with mentioning secondary skill
    15 KB (2,480 words) - 11:00, 24 April 2012
  • * http://download.sugarlabs.org/images/ASLOxo6-3.iso 3.2 GB DVD (21 January 2012) ...t_Day:2012-03-22_Sugar_Desktop:''' https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2012-03-22_Sugar_Desktop#Activities
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