I just added a link from "Sprints" to the GSoC 2014 page.
I have found it frustrating to see queries from interested students about projects where I have no clue who the appropriate mentor might be, and haven't seen any responses on-list. So ...
I took the liberty of adding a "Potential Mentors" line to each project description, and adding myself to several of them. The rest currently say to post here. I also noticed that the Handheld App didn't have a Task Level, so I added it (as "unspecified").
I'm sure the currently signed-up mentors know what to do :-), but if you're considering being a mentor for any of those projects, please do add your name to the project on the wiki. At the very least your input will be very valuable in finding an alternative.
If you're pretty sure you are willing and have time to mentor, do go through the GSoC Melange process too. The more mentors we have signed up, the better we look to the PSF (although they've been quite generous to us in the past, every little bit helps -- intern slots are scarce!)
Let's make this the best Mailman GSoC yet!