GSoC


Mon Mar 29 21:55:10 PDT 2021, a

Plan 9 is participating in Google Summer of Code.

Plan 9 participates in Google's Summer of Code event. We have participated in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014, and are participating again as a mentoring organization in 2021. This has been a really positive experience for us and for our students, and we hope to make this the best year yet for all involved.

The application period for students began on March 29th and runs through April 13th. Students can submit their applications any time during that window. If you're applying, we encourage you to get in touch with us to talk over what you're interested in doing. This is especially true if you'd like to propose something which isn't on our gsoc-2021-ideas page (although, really, it's true for everyone).

For more information on GSoC, see Google's progam page, in particular the Program timeline.

If you're a prospective student, look over our gsoc-2021-ideas page and think about what you'd like to do for the summer. Don't be shy about suggesting your own projects, too; we are always happy to discuss project ideas related to the Plan 9 family of technologies. You should also probably sign up for 9fans, or main mailing list, if you aren't already on it. When you're ready to apply, check out our GSoC Student Application template and our GSoC Student Expectations.

The entire community is encouraged to contribute good summer-sized ideas to the gsoc-2021-ideas page.

Anyone who wants to follow along in all the GSoC fun is invited to join our Google Group. We do a lot of planning and discussion of the program there, and that's where all the regular student and mentor reports will go (with consolidated summaries sent to 9fans).

If you're a prospective mentor and you're not on our mentor's mailing list, contact Anthony Sorace (a@9srv.net).

To make sure everyone's on the same page going in, we've tried to make our expectations on various parties explicit. To that end, we have pages for GSoC Student Expectations, GSoC Mentor Expectations, and GSoC Admin Expectations.


Mon Mar 29 21:42:45 PDT 2021, a

Plan 9 is participating in Google Summer of Code.

Plan 9 participates in Google's Summer of Code event. We have participated in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014, and are participating again as a mentoring organization in 2021. This has been a really positive experience for us and for our students, and we hope to make this the best year yet for all involved.

The application period for students begins on March 29th and runs through April 13th. Students can submit their applications any time during that window. If you're applying, we encourage you to get in touch with us to talk over what you're interested in doing. This is especially true if you'd like to propose something which isn't on our gsoc-2021-ideas page (although, really, it's true for everyone).

For more information on GSoC, see Google's progam page, in particular the Program timeline.

If you're a prospective student, now's a good time to look over our gsoc-2021-ideas page and think about what you'd like to do for the summer. Don't be shy about suggesting your own projects, too; we are always happy to discuss project ideas related to the Plan 9 family of technologies. You should also probably sign up for 9fans, or main mailing list, if you aren't already on it. You can also check out our GSoC Student Application template and our GSoC Student Expectations.

The entire community is encouraged to contribute good summer-sized ideas to the gsoc-2021-ideas page.

Anyone who wants to follow along in all the GSoC fun is invited to join our Google Group. We do a lot of planning and discussion of the program there, and that's where all the regular student and mentor reports will go (with consolidated summaries sent to 9fans).

If you're a prospective mentor and you're not on our mentor's mailing list, contact Anthony Sorace (a@9srv.net).

To make sure everyone's on the same page going in, we've tried to make our expectations on various parties explicit. To that end, we have pages for GSoC Student Expectations, GSoC Mentor Expectations, and GSoC Admin Expectations.


Fri Mar 26 12:56:34 PDT 2021, a

Plan 9 is applying to Google Summer of Code.

Plan 9 participates in Google's Summer of Code event. We have participated in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014, and are participating again as a mentoring organization in 2021. This has been a really positive experience for us and for our students, and we hope to make this the best year yet for all involved.

The application period for students begins on March 29th and runs through April 13th. Students can submit their applications any time during that window. If you're applying, we encourage you to get in touch with us to talk over what you're interested in doing. This is especially true if you'd like to propose something which isn't on our gsoc-2021-ideas page (although, really, it's true for everyone).

For more information on GSoC, see Google's progam page, in particular the Program timeline.

If you're a prospective student, now's a good time to look over our gsoc-2021-ideas page and think about what you'd like to do for the summer. Don't be shy about suggesting your own projects, too; we are always happy to discuss project ideas related to the Plan 9 family of technologies. You should also probably sign up for 9fans, or main mailing list, if you aren't already on it. You can also check out our GSoC Student Application template and our GSoC Student Expectations.

The entire community is encouraged to contribute good summer-sized ideas to the gsoc-2021-ideas page.

Anyone who wants to follow along in all the GSoC fun is invited to join our Google Group. We do a lot of planning and discussion of the program there, and that's where all the regular student and mentor reports will go (with consolidated summaries sent to 9fans).

If you're a prospective mentor and you're not on our mentor's mailing list, contact Anthony Sorace (a@9srv.net).

To make sure everyone's on the same page going in, we've tried to make our expectations on various parties explicit. To that end, we have pages for GSoC Student Expectations, GSoC Mentor Expectations, and GSoC Admin Expectations.


Thu Feb 18 12:00:56 PST 2021, a

Plan 9 is applying to Google Summer of Code.

Plan 9 participates in Google's Summer of Code event. We have participated in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014, and are again applying as a mentoring organization in 2021. This has been a really positive experience for us and for our students, and we hope to make this the best year yet for all involved.

The application period for mentoring organizations is currently open, and we're working on our application. The most important thing at this point is our list of project ideas for prospective students. We're collecting potential projects on the gsoc-2021-ideas page.

For more information on GSoC, see Google's progam page, in particular the Program timeline.

If you're a prospective student, now's a good time to look over our gsoc-2021-ideas page and think about what you'd like to do for the summer. Don't be shy about suggesting your own projects, too; we are always happy to discuss project ideas related to the Plan 9 family of technologies. You should also probably sign up for 9fans, or main mailing list, if you aren't already on it. You can also check out our GSoC Student Application template and our GSoC Student Expectations.

The entire community is encouraged to contribute good summer-sized ideas to the gsoc-2021-ideas page.

Anyone who wants to follow along in all the GSoC fun is invited to join our Google Group. We do a lot of planning and discussion of the program there, and that's where all the regular student and mentor reports will go (with consolidated summaries sent to 9fans).

If you're a prospective mentor and you're not on our mentor's mailing list, contact Anthony Sorace (a@9srv.net).

To make sure everyone's on the same page going in, we've tried to make our expectations on various parties explicit. To that end, we have pages for GSoC Student Expectations, GSoC Mentor Expectations, and GSoC Admin Expectations.


Tue Feb 9 13:19:59 PST 2021, a

Plan 9 is applying to Google Summer of Code.

Plan 9 participates in Google's Summer of Code event. We have participated in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014, and are again applying as a mentoring organization in 2021. This has been a really positive experience for us and for our students, and we hope to make this the best year yet for all involved.

The application period for mentoring organizations is currently open, and we're working on our application. The most important thing at this point is our list of project ideas for prospective students. We're collecting potential projects on the gsoc-2021-ideas page.


Mon Feb 8 22:10:36 PST 2021, (174.25.21.82)

Plan 9 is applying to Google Summer of Code.

Plan 9 has participated as a community in several prior GSoCs: 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014.