On Wed, 18 Mar 2009 at 16:56, Arc Riley wrote:
Summer of Code is ramping up. Every year the common complaint is that not enough Python core projects get proposed by students, and of course a big reason for that is often the only encouragement we offer prospective students is a link to the PEP index.
So let's make this year different.
Accepted students are paid a total of $4500 to work for roughly 30 hours a week, 12 weeks, on their proposed project.
The challenge is finding project ideas for them that could reasonably occupy them for the entire Summer and which the results of their work can be demonstrated. They're being paid for specific projects so "Spend the Summer
How about improving 2to3? Seems like that could be an interesting, challenging, useful, and rewarding project :).
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