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Latest revision as of 09:48, 10 June 2013

About

The Eclipse Foundation intends to participate in Google's Summer of Code program for 2013, following our seventh participation in 2012.

Everyone is welcome to provide ideas.

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.

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.

Register as a student

Registration not open yet!

  • 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

Register as a mentor

Registration not open yet!

  • Choose "Sign-in" in the menu bar
  • Choose "Apply to become a Mentor" under "Programs" > "GSoC 2013" 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

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