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    Tuesday, 22 April 2014

    Linaro welcomes GSOC 2014 students

    After several weeks of review and discussion, the application and selection period for the 2014 Google Summer of Code is over. 4,420 students proposed a total of 6,313 projects for this summer. From those, 1,307 students have been accepted (more details), and Linaro is one of the 190 Open Source projects that will be working with students this year.

    In our first year as a GSOC mentoring organisation, we received 17 applications and Google allocated us 3 slots for student projects. It was quite a challenge to pick just 3 projects from the excellent field, and it's a shame that the limited number of slots meant we had no choice but to disappoint some people. Thanks to all those who applied!

    I'm delighted to announce our 3 chosen interns for 2014:

    • Gaurav Minocha is a graduate student at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. His project is Linux Flattened Device Tree Self-checking, mentored by Grant Likely from Linaro's Office of the CTO.
    • Ricardo de Freitas Gesuatto is a student at Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), Brazil. He will be working on a project entitled "Lightweight IP Stack on top of OpenDataPlane", mentored by Maxim Uvarov from the Linaro Networking Group.
    • Varad Gautam is a student at Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India. He will be Porting UEFI to Low-Cost Embedded Platform (BeagleBoneBlack). Leif Lindholm from the Linaro Enterprise Group will be mentoring.

    Please join me in welcoming these three new engineers to the Linaro team!

    We have a GSOC wiki ready for our students to use at

    https://gsoc.linaro.org/

    and hopefully they will start adding content there soon about themselves and their projects (hint!). In the meantime, we have more information about our original proposals and the GSOC program in the main Linaro wiki.

    Starting today, the next phase of the program is the so-called "bonding period". Students are encouraged to get to know people within Linaro (especially their mentors!) and prepare to start work on their projects, whatever is needed. The official start of the work period for GSOC is May 19th, and it runs through to August 18th. We will give updates on progress through the summer, and we're hoping to talk about our results at the next Linaro Connect in September.

    Good luck, folks!

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