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** Mentor(s): Ian Bull
** Mentor(s): Ian Bull
* '''[[REST abstraction for ECF]]'''
* '''[[ECF/REST abstraction]]'''
** Student: Holger Staudacher (IRC: staudi)
** Student: Holger Staudacher (IRC: staudi)
** Mentor(s): Scott Lewis, Marcelo Mayworm
** Mentor(s): Scott Lewis, Marcelo Mayworm

Latest revision as of 08:52, 22 December 2010


[edit] About

The Eclipse project intents to participation in Google's Summer of Code program for 2009, following our third participation in 2008.

Everyone could provide ideas.

[edit] Communications

The official Eclipse Summer of Code IRC channel is #eclipse-soc located on freenode. Everyone is welcome as it is not restricted to students and mentors.

We also intend to use the soc-dev mailing list. Please subscribe if you are interested.

[edit] Projects

Students and Mentors: Please make sure that you have the project-specific wiki-page up to date (source code location(!), project goals, timeline and current status). If using IRC, add your IRC-name and try to stay online while SOC-coding.

  • ECF/REST abstraction
    • Student: Holger Staudacher (IRC: staudi)
    • Mentor(s): Scott Lewis, Marcelo Mayworm

[edit] Register as a student

  • Choose "Sign-in" in the menu bar
  • Choose "Create profile" and fill the form
  • Choose "Register as a Student" and fill the form

Then you may be able to apply for "Eclipse foundation" open-source organization. Please have a look at our application template before apply

[edit] Register as a mentor

  • Choose "Sign-in" in the menu bar
  • Choose "Apply to become a Mentor" under "Programs" > "GSoC 2009" in the left column.
  • Send an email to soc-dev@eclipse.org explaining who you are, which project you are affiliated with, what are your interests and tell us what is your http://socghop.appspot.com/ LINK ID.

Unknown mentors applications WILL be ignored