[IronPython] Google Summer of Code 2011
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Wed Feb 9 15:35:50 CET 2011
Fyi, I am almost done with an implementation of _csv
On Feb 9, 2011 7:32 AM, "Jeff Hardy" <jdhardy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Google is running their "Summer of Code" program  again this year.
> For those who aren't familiar, Google basically pays post-secondary
> students to work on open source projects for the summer.
> Now that IronPython and IronRuby are community projects, I think it
> would be worthwhile to for us to participate. In a chat with Miguel,
> he suggested that we apply as a group ("IronLanguages") representing
> both languages and the DLR.
> If there are no serious objections, I'm willing to submit the
> application and handle the organization administrative tasks.
> One of the things that is needed on the application is ideas for
> projects. These don't have to be fully fleshed out ideas; just
> something to give Google an idea of what we would be working on.
> You can view and edit the list (anyone can edit ... don't abuse it!)
> at http://bit.ly/g7YhPT. I've added a few examples for IronPython to
> get started. Ideas can also be sent to this mailing list and I'll add
> them to the list.
> Prospective students, in particular, are encouraged to submit their
> ideas ahead of time.
> - Jeff
>  http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/program/home/google/gsoc2011
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