[Haskell-cafe] Re: [Haskell] Google Summer of Code 2009

Michael Litchard michael at schmong.org
Tue Feb 10 19:19:23 EST 2009

I would love a mentor to help me with a Haskell binding to libnova.
This is part of a larger project I have in mind, but the libnova
binding seems like the first step.
I don't expect this to be picked as an official GSoC, but this seemed
like a good time to look
for a mentor for this project.

Michael Litchard

On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 6:26 AM, Malcolm Wallace
<Malcolm.Wallace at cs.york.ac.uk> wrote:
> Gentle Haskellers,
> The Google Summer of Code will be running again this year.  Once again,
> haskell.org has the opportunity to bid to become a mentoring
> organisation.  (Although, as always, there is no guarantee of
> acceptance.)
> If you have ideas for student projects that you think would benefit the
> Haskell community, now is the time to start discussing them on mailing
> lists of your choice.  We especially encourage students to communicate
> with the wider community: if you keep your ideas private, you have a
> much worse chance of acceptance than if you develop ideas in
> collaboration with those who will be your "customers", end-users, or
> fellow-developers.  This is the open-source world!
> The timeline is that Haskell.org will apply for GSoC membership between
> 9-13 March, and if we are successful, students can submit applications
> between 23 March - 3 April.
> If you wish to help publicise GSoC amongst students, there are official
> posters/fliers available (not specific to haskell.org):
>    http://code.google.com/p/google-summer-of-code/wiki/GsocFlyers
> Regards,
>    Malcolm
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