SharpDevelop Community

Get your problems solved!
Welcome to SharpDevelop Community Sign in | Join | Help
in Search

GSoC 2010 & SharpDevelop

Last post 04-04-2010 5:42 PM by BernhardSpuida. 1 replies.
Page 1 of 1 (2 items)
Sort Posts: Previous Next
  • 03-19-2010 12:48 PM

    GSoC 2010 & SharpDevelop

    We are pleased to announce that SharpDevelop has been accepted as a mentoring organization in Google Summer of Code 2010.  If you want to participate as a student, please visit our wiki page for information about GSoC 2010 and project ideas.  Of course, you can also submit your own proposal for work you want to do on SharpDevelop.

    Please keep in mind that participation in SharpDevelop's GSoC 2010 program requires your familiarity with .NET, C# and potentially a few other things depending on what you want to work on (for example, VB.NET if you want to work on that language binding).  It would also be helpful if you were an active user of SharpDevelop, but it is not a strict requirement.

    We all look forward to working with you and seeing your ideas.  Go and participate!  Note that the application deadline in on the 9th April and that writing a good application takes fair amount of work.

    The SharpDevelop Team

    Filed under: ,
  • 04-04-2010 5:42 PM In reply to

    Re: GSoC 2010 & SharpDevelop

    As the ninth of april isn't that far away now: if you want to participate in GSoC 2009 with a SharpDevelop project, please go and get your application in as soon as possible.

    There are two main reasons for this:

    1) If we get to know you, your coding experience and your proposal as soon as possible it is much easier for us to evaluate your poposal and vote it up internally.

    2) If you submit a "last minute" application, your proposal might not get the attention it deserves, especially if it is of the "I want to work on XY, details will be furnished later"-type. The time for accepting student proposals after the ninth is rather short. In fact, we have to to the shortlist on the 12th, so better submit now. Together, we can still get your proposal polished until the ninth. If we don't know you or your proposal is just a "I'll submit and see" thing, this will not help you and us.

    And remember - even if there is no mentor assigned yet to the project idea you want to submit your proposal for - don't worry, this will happen. After all, the number of mentor slots for SharpDevelop will be assigned after your proposal submission. And also don't be afraid to submit your own ideas for what you can do.

    We all look forward to seeing your proposals and getting lots of cool stuff done together.

Page 1 of 1 (2 items)
Powered by Community Server (Commercial Edition), by Telligent Systems
Don't contact us via this ( email address.