[Ironpython-users] Mono Google Summer of Code - Mentors Wanted!

Jeff Hardy jdhardy at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 22:22:30 CET 2012

To add some IronPython specifics to this, I've had Mono and the PSF
offer to include IronPython in their programs (still waiting on
confirmation from the PSF for this year, though). If there are any
students that wish to work on IronPython, the project ideas are at

Feel free to add any project ideas to the list. If you don't feel
comfortable being a mentor, ask on the list to see if any one else
would be willing handle it. Anyone who wishes to be a mentor can add
themselves to any project they wish to mentor.

- Jeff

2012/3/22 Jérémie Laval <jeremie.laval at gmail.com>:
> Hey folks,
> Once again Mono has been selected as an organization to participate to
> Google Summer of Code[0].
> For those who don't know about Google Summer of Code, it's, in a nutshell, a
> program that encourages students to work during the summer on an open-source
> project while being paid by Google.
> As part of this effort, we need people (called mentors in GSoC jargon) who
> would be available to monitor and guide participants during the program
> (roughly between May-August).
> If you are interested you can register[1] as a mentor on Melange. We are
> especially looking for people or projects who have a list of idea they wish
> to propose to the students so if you have such a list, do include it in the
> application you send us (or a link to it).
> If you have any question, you can reach the Mono GSoC admins over at
> soc at xamarin.com
> Cheers!
> PS: Since we have a limited number of slots, we won't be able to accept
> everyone right away so it may take a bit of time before we process your
> request.
> [0] http://code.google.com/soc
> [1] http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/org/google/gsoc2012/mono
> --
> Jérémie Laval
> http://neteril.org
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