|author||Thomas Schwinge <email@example.com>||2015-04-10 11:57:19 +0200|
|committer||Thomas Schwinge <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2015-04-10 11:57:19 +0200|
community/gsoc: GSoC 2015 student application period is over.
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@@ -20,17 +20,20 @@ We're in! The GNU Hurd project is again participating in the [Google Summer of
Code](http://www.google-melange.com/) under the [GNU
+This year's *student application period* is over. Thanks for sending in your
+applications! We're now reviewing and discussing these, so please pay
+attention to any questions posted on your proposal's page. The Google site's
+notification system should be sending out emails, too.
Per the [Google Summer of Code 2015 Program
+we're now waiting for Google to announce the number of slots that the whole GNU
+project gets, and we'll be discussing with our GNU peers about how to split
+these up among all the GNU subprojects.
from 2015-03-16 to 2015-03-27, it's the *student application period*, which
is plenty of time for preparing and discussing your applications -- but please
don't wait to the last minute!
-This year's *student application period* is over. Thanks for sending in your
-applications! We're now reviewing and discussing these, so please pay
-attention to any questions posted on your proposal's page. The Google site's
-notification system should be sending out emails, too.
As we only have finite resources (meaning that we won't be able to accept all
@@ -63,16 +66,6 @@ how to do `X`, can someone please help me?* And, as we're not working next to
each other in a conventional office or university setup, we'll need to
establish and get used to different communication channels.
-boring as it is, but the next step is waiting: we will have to wait for Google
-to announce the number of slots that the whole GNU project gets, and we'll be
-discussing with our GNU peers about how to split these up among all the GNU
# Possible projects