[Geo4All] Fw: Call for mentors for Google Summer of Code 2018
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Mon Jan 8 06:15:44 PST 2018
Please see the Call for mentors for Google Summer of Code 2018. Details below.
From: Discuss <discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org> on behalf of Margherita Di Leo <diregola at gmail.com>
Sent: 08 January 2018 11:13
To: OSGeo Discussions
Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] Call for mentors for Google Summer of Code 2018
Dear members of the community,
while we're still very busy in Google Code-in, which is, by the way, a big success so far, it's already time to apply for Google Summer of Code 2018! In fact, the admins team is making shifts to cope with all these energetic pre-school students and meanwhile preparing the application for next GSoC..
We need you!
At this time of the year, software communities should brush up their list of ideas, create a new ideas page and send the URL to us admins at <gsoc-admin at osgeo.org<mailto:gsoc-admin at osgeo.org>>. We need to receive your URLs by Jan 20. If you are willing to act as a mentor, fill in this form: https://goo.gl/forms/jMvPl7ns2NG1BL6Q2
Please, forward this email to your developer mailing list.
Here  is the timeline.
Looking forward to another great GSoC edition!
Let's keep fingers crossed for our application!
-The GSoC / GCI admins team
Margherita Di Leo
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