- Drupal's GSoC 2017 Project Idea Page @ https://groups.drupal.org/node/515848
- Google's Summer of Code 2017 - https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com
- GSoC Drupal Projects: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005
- 2017 Schedule/Timeline
- Drupal's Getting Started guide for GSoC students
- GSoC Student Application template for Drupal
- Sample Applications from last year
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Google Summer of Code (GSoC)? - an annual contest for university students organized by Google with projects managed by open source organization mentors such as us (Drupal!). This group is for organizing GSoC project ideas for annual applications and overall contest collaboration if/when accepted. Learn more about the overall GSoC process from webchick's point of view...
Wow...what a summer. Google Summer of Code 2014 ended Monday. This is a final reminder for students and mentors to finish final evaluations in Melange ASAP. Only a few projects remain to be evaluated.
Thank you to all mentors who volunteered their time collaborating with the next generation of Drupal rock stars. More info will be posted soon summarizing positive/negative aspects of the summer and highlighting the phenomenal work completed for our community by students. We hope to see mentors return for GSoC 2015 and that you might bring a few friends to help too :)Read more
as I wrote earlier, I worked on the FAQ modules in this summer. For the midterm evaluation I ported the FAQ module to Drupal8, but the show must go on, I had more plans for this project.
My problems was with this module, that you simply can not keep organized many question-answer. So I figured out a new structure of taxonomy terms, related on great FAQ pages I found on the internet. I started to work on my new module, called 'FAQ pages'. With this, we can create individually pages, with editabale path and a custom structure of taxonomy terms.Read more
This is Prateek and the post is to announce the successful creation of a basic Elasticsearch module for Drupal 8 as part of my GSoC '14 project. I've also uploaded a video tutorial on setting up this module. It's still under development and will be enriched and updated with time along with the addition of more features.
Currently, one may install the
8.x-1.x branch and use it for indexing and searching through Search API backend. Please report any issues you may come across.
GSoC 2014 has finally come to an end. The last three months has been awesome working with miro and berdir (my mentors). My project was to improve Monitoring module (https://drupal.org/project/monitoring) for D8 and also enhance its user and developer experience by converting its custom hook architecture to a standard config entity with plugin pattern so that sensors can be created and configured in the UI. More details on this is mentioned here: https://groups.drupal.org/node/423938Read more
This post is to announce the successful completion of my GSoC project - Drupal 8 port of securesite module. You can download the module from https://drupal.org/project/securesite .
I have also made a screencast to help users set up and use the module - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eO5OzXg_gqw
While all of the functionality of the module has been ported to drupal 8, there might still be some bugs in the module. You can report the bugs by filing a bug report in the issue queue of the project or contacting me directly through my drupal.org contact page.Read more
Hello Drupal Community,
I and my mentor Jeff Linwood ( https://www.drupal.org/u/jefflinwood ) we are very glad to inform you that GSoC 2014 project - an example iOS application for Drupal 8 has been completed.
As per the requirement we have demonstrated CRUD operation for content entity , login - logout , fetching data from REST export ( for view). Due to file related bug in REST module () we are unable to demonstrate CRUD on file resources. We have used AFNetworking and we have also created same project with NSURLSession API.Read more
This is a friendly reminder that Monday, 11 August is our soft "pencils down" date. We suggest that students have completed their projects by this date and spend a week writing documentation and wrapping up their projects. We require that students stop all coding on 18 August.
Monday, 18 August at 19:00 UTC is when final evaluations open. Please consider this your reminder to submit your final evaluation by 22 August at 19:00 UTC so that you don't delay your students' final payments or possibly jeopardize your organization's attendance at the reunion.Read more
Each year Google organizes a "Mentor Summit" after Summer of Code to help summarize the positive and negative experiences in an unconference style weekend of meetings. It is an awesome event and Drupal has participated several times.Read more
GSoC 2014 is ending and it is time to start planning for GSoC 2015. What have we learned in 2014 that we can improve on in 2015? It is never too early to start planning, so please, feel to free to add any thoughts/ideas/feedback here. Even if you're interested in being a mentor or student next summer, feel free to join this group and ping us here.Read more
I posted a while ago about my GSOC'14 Project, fluxpocket - Pocket Integration for fluxkraft. I would like to bring it to the notice of everyone that the module is complete. Check out the project on drupal sandbox.
This is continuation to my previous post https://groups.drupal.org/node/423968 about Google Summer of Code project: Diff for Drupal 8.
We've done great progress on the diff module for Drupal 8. You can find the source code of the project at the following links: https://www.drupal.org/sandbox/lhangea/2269693 or https://github.com/lhangea/Diff/tree/master at master branch.
This position is responsible for developing, improving and updating the performance of Accellion’s web properties, including corporate Drupal based website, and microsites to ensure the company’s web properties stay online, operate flawlessly and deliver a rich online experience.Read more
I am writing this blog post in order to announce that D8 XmlSitemap module is almost done. There are some minor issues that should be solved (improve documentation, remove some comments, remove some unused functions). The whole functionality of the module was ported to D8 version.
We have been made some changes during the coding period than can be used only in the D8 version:Read more
This is my second blog post for the GSoC 2014 project, port disqus module to drupal 8. We have the module been ported to drupal 8 and yes with a few minor issues still to be fixed.
In Drupal 8, disqus comments thread can be added as a field to any drupal 8 entity (eg. users, nodes, etc). Besides disqus can also be used on disqus blocks provided the the field-data is saved on that entity. So this provides the users a bit more of a flexibility of placing the disqus thread on the page the way he wants.
It's official. Our GSoC/GCI BoF at Drupalcon Austin is on the schedule for Tuesday June 3rd 3:45pm-4:45pm in room 10A "Ashday" on 3rd floor. BoF will take place after the afternoon break. Anyone interested in learning more about Google's Summer of Code and/or Code-In is encouraged to join. Current GSoC students and mentors attending Drupalcon are advised to attend as meeting with our peers in person is invaluable. This BoF will provide us a chance to meet in person to discuss past, present, and future initiatives to ensure Drupal's success in both programs.
We hope to see you there!Read more
I’m Sachini Herath, following my bachelors degree in Computer Science and Engineering at University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. Currently pursuing my third year of study, I have worked on some projects using PHP and Symphony framework (You can find the source codes in github). I’m delighted to contribute to Drupal as my Google Summer of Code project this year.Read more
my name is Peter Hurtony, I am from Hungary, I study software engineering at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.Read more