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This is a draft, and need a lot of work before it leave the draft state. This wiki page is created to make it easier to plan and coordinate Debian's involvement in the [http://code.google.com/soc/ Google Summer of Code 2006].
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Should Debian participate in Googles Summer of Code 2006? If so, the
project need to formulate projects and announce our interest. This wiki
page is created to make it easier to plan and coordinate such effort.
== Status ==
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[http://google-code-updates.blogspot.com/2006/04/summer-of-code-2006.html Request for mentoring organizations] has gone out, and Debian need to move
quickly to make it before the May 1st deadline.
Projects were selected and are starting as of 2006-05-23. On the Google website you can find the [http://code.google.com/soc/debian/about.html list of accepted projects].
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== TODO == == Projects ==
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 1. Decide if Debian should participate?
 1. Announce our interest to Google and the rest of the world
 1. Formulate projects
|| Project name || Student || Mentor || VCS ||
|| Demo || A || B || [http://svn.example.com SVN] ||
|| DebtagsAI || Alex de Landgraaf || Erich Schubert || [svn://alextreme.org/svn-debtags] ||

== Timeline ==

 * May 1st - 8th: Student proposals accepted by Google
 * May 6th - 13th: DebCamp in Mexico
 * May 14th - 21st: DebConf in Mexico
 * May 21st: Deadline for Debian to accept proposals
 * May 23rd: Google publishes list of accepted proposals
 * June 30th: Mid-programme student evaluations due from mentors
 * August 21st: Student projects due
 * September 5th: Final mentor and student evaluations due
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To be decided Debian SoC coordinator: Baruch Even baruch@debian.org

Students who have any issue with their mentor or a mentor who has an issue with their student should contact the coordinator to help resolve it.

 * A project was opened for the SoC on Alioth at http://alioth.debian.org/projects/soc/
 * Coordination is done on the mailing list [http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/soc-coordination/ soc-coordination]

== Infrastructure Provided to Students ==

Students are required to keep their development in the open, it is recommended that you use Alioth for your source control repository, you can use the [http://alioth.debian.org/projects/soc/ soc project] for your repository.

Most Debian development happens in the open already, so you will find a wealth of information on mailing lists and IRC, your mentor should be able to direct you to the proper resources.

This wiki page is created to make it easier to plan and coordinate Debian's involvement in the [http://code.google.com/soc/ Google Summer of Code 2006].

Status

Projects were selected and are starting as of 2006-05-23. On the Google website you can find the [http://code.google.com/soc/debian/about.html list of accepted projects].

Projects

Project name

Student

Mentor

VCS

Demo

A

B

[http://svn.example.com SVN]

DebtagsAI

Alex de Landgraaf

Erich Schubert

[svn://alextreme.org/svn-debtags]

Timeline

  • May 1st - 8th: Student proposals accepted by Google
  • May 6th - 13th: DebCamp in Mexico

  • May 14th - 21st: DebConf in Mexico

  • May 21st: Deadline for Debian to accept proposals
  • May 23rd: Google publishes list of accepted proposals
  • June 30th: Mid-programme student evaluations due from mentors
  • August 21st: Student projects due
  • September 5th: Final mentor and student evaluations due

Contact info

Debian SoC coordinator: Baruch Even baruch@debian.org

Students who have any issue with their mentor or a mentor who has an issue with their student should contact the coordinator to help resolve it.

Infrastructure Provided to Students

Students are required to keep their development in the open, it is recommended that you use Alioth for your source control repository, you can use the [http://alioth.debian.org/projects/soc/ soc project] for your repository.

Most Debian development happens in the open already, so you will find a wealth of information on mailing lists and IRC, your mentor should be able to direct you to the proper resources.