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GSoC 2016

From: Urs Liska
Subject: GSoC 2016
Date: Thu, 21 Jan 2016 17:02:39 +0100
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Starting the next round somewhat earlier ...

Surprisingly there also will be a Google Summer of Code 2016, and I
think we should be better prepared this time and not miss a slot due to
lack of students.

Mentoring organizations apply between 8-19 February, students 14-25 March.
IIRC in our case the "mentoring organization" wouldn't be LilyPond but GNU.

But I think *now* is the time to start thinking about possible projects
for this instead of waiting for some students to show up out of the blue.

What would be a suitable approach?

  * Thinking about a number of tasks that
    - would be good for us to promote and
    - feasible as a GSoC project and
    - would have a suitable mentor available
  * Advertising these ideas (along with encouraging own ideas) on our
    website and mailing list, other locations for developers, personal
    relations ...

Any opinions?


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