Summer of Code 2010: Accepted Ubuntu projects
Google just announced the projects that were accepted. So what’s next?
If your project is on the list, you’re now entering the community bonding period (until May 24th). This means that you’re not expected to hack on the project right now, but get to know the project and how it works. This is how Google puts it: “Rather than jumping straight into coding, you’ve got some time to learn about your organization’s processes - release and otherwise - developer interactions, codes of conduct, etc. We also figured it would be easier to socially engage with your fellow developers when the pressure to ship isn’t looming in your vision. I know few folks who didn’t lurk in a project’s IRC channel for weeks or even months before submitting their first patch, let alone saying hello and getting to know the other folks in the channel.”
If you’re a mentor or student, make sure you read this: http://en.flossmanuals.net/GSoCMentoring/MindtheGap
Here’s the Ubuntu Summer of Code projects that were accepted by Google.
- The Great Clipboard Fixing Galore Project Student: Sarah Strong Mentor: Ted Gould
- Android U1: Ubuntu One client for Android Student: Michal Karnicki Mentor: Stuart Langridge
- services-admin configuration and Upstart-ification Student: Jacob Peddicord Mentor: David Bensimon
- Harvest user interface improvements Student: Dylan McCall Mentor: Daniel Holbach
- USB-creator Improvements Student: Dmitrijs Ledkovs Mentor: Evan Dandrea
- Home user backup solution/Deja Dup improvements Student: Urban Skudnik Mentor: Michael Terry
- Bug Triaging Improvements for Launchpad/Arsenal Student: Kamran Khan Mentor: bryce harrington
- Ubuntu One for the KDE workspace Student: Harald Sitter Mentor: Jonathan Riddell
- Testdrive Front End Student: Andres Rodriguez Lazo Mentor: Dustin Kirkland
- Software Center Improvements Student: Peter Gardenier Mentor: Matthew Thomas