|Subject:||Re: [Rust-VMM] Call for Google Summer of Code 2021 project ideas|
|Date:||Fri, 12 Feb 2021 13:22:43 +0000|
Thanks for taking care of organizing GSoC, and for allowing rust-vmm to also participate under the QEMU umbrella!
I am a bit unsure of how can we propose projects related to rust-vmm.
We did a bit of brainstorming in our team, and we came up with 3 project ideas.
I'll just paste them below, but please let me know if we were supposed to propose them some other way.
=== Implement the Virtio Console device in Rust ===
=== Mocking framework for Virtio Queues ===
=== Local running rust-vmm-ci ===
From: Stefan Hajnoczi <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2021 1:47 PM
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] [Rust-VMM] Call for Google Summer of Code 2021 project ideas
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Dear QEMU, KVM, and rust-vmm community,
QEMU will apply for Google Summer of Code
(https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/) again this year. This internship
program offers paid, 10-week, remote work internships for
contributing to open source. QEMU can act as an umbrella organization
for KVM kernel and rust-vmm projects too.
Please post project ideas on the QEMU wiki before February 14th:
What's new this year:
* The number of internship hours has been halved to 175 hours over
10 weeks. Project ideas must be smaller to fit and students will have
more flexibility with their working hours.
* Eligibility has been expanded to include "licensed coding school or
similar type of program".
Good project ideas are suitable for 175 hours (10 weeks half-day) work by a
competent programmer who is not yet familiar with the codebase. In
addition, they are:
* Well-defined - the scope is clear
* Self-contained - there are few dependencies
* Uncontroversial - they are acceptable to the community
* Incremental - they produce deliverables along the way
Feel free to post ideas even if you are unable to mentor the project.
It doesn't hurt to share the idea!
I will review project ideas and keep you up-to-date on QEMU's
acceptance into GSoC.
For more background on QEMU internships, check out this video:
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