Ubuntu as project in Google Summer of Code 2010
danny.piccirillo at ubuntu.com
Fri Mar 26 02:55:44 GMT 2010
Alright, let's get all the CC'd lists on the same thread. I have a
number of bugs i think might be worthy for Google's SoC--
Experimenting with intuitive scrollbars:
Conference (multi-party) calls in Empathy:
Metacontacts in Empathy using People or Soylent:
Call recording on Empathy:
Merge istanbul into gnome-screenshot or include it in gnome-utils
Support for VaAPI in Gstreamer:
Support for VDPAU in Gstreamer:
OTR Encryption for Empathy:
I'm curious to see which of these people see as high-priority or not
On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 05:59, Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> I'm very excited to announce that Ubuntu has applied as participating
> organisation in the Google Summer of Code 2010!
> We submitted an organisational application, along with suggested ideas
> for potential projects for students. We also encourage students to come
> up with their own ideas.
> If you're a student interested in Open Source (or if you know students
> who are), now is the time to act to get involved in Google's wonderful
> Summer of Code program.
> Also, if you are thinking about becoming a student's mentor please visit:
> Make sure you read all the necessary information carefully and join the
> IRC channel and mailing list for more discussion.
> The timeline is as follows:
> * The list of accepted Mentoring Organisations will be announced on
> March 18, 2010 at 12 noon PDT / 19:00 UTC and will be posted on the
> Google Summer of Code 2010 site.
> * The student application period begins March 29, 2010 at 12 noon PDT
> / 19:00 UTC and ends April 9, 2010 at 12:00 at 12 noon PDT / 19:00
> UTC. Please see the Google Summer of Code 2010 timeline and FAQs for
> further information.
> Good luck!
> Maria and Daniel
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