- 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
Welcome potential, current, and alumni Google Summer of Code students and mentors! Learn more about current group activities below or view (legacy projects with pass/fail stats). Drupal is currently seeking students to write applications for Google Summer of Code 2016. Potential students are required to read documentation @ https://www.drupal.org/node/2415225
Join this group for updates and find us in IRC in #drupal-google @freenode to chat in real time or more specifically during office hours below:
IRC Office Hours (Tuesdays)
- Asia/Australia 04:00 UTC (India 09:30)
- Europe 13:00 UTC (Slovenia 14:00)
- Americas 18:00 UTC (California 11:00)
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...
Goal of wiki is to help students write applications to Google's Summer of Code. The best tip for students who are applying is to get involved in the Drupal community and if possible, start moving forward with your project. Please see the notes on "Drupal Ladder" below. Here are some additional tips: https://drupal.org/node/1107568. Sample applications from previous years can be found @ https://groups.drupal.org/node/459223.Read more
Did you miss the deadline to participate in Drupal's Google Summer of Code 2014? No worries, please add your mentor profile information below. GSoC is a very time consuming program and we welcome all the help we can find. Not to mention backup mentors can be essential to saving certain projects.
FULL NAME: Clayton "Andrew" Predmore
d.o/user URL: 99280
CITY/COUNTRY: CT, USA
UTC TIMEZONE: US Eastern, GMT -05:00
LANGUAGES: English, French
SKILLS: development, theming, testing
GSoC/GCI EXPERIENCE: GCI 2010
DRUPAL EXPERIENCE: 8+ years
Hello potential students and GSoC application review team. Welcome to Drupal's 2014 "Project Ideas Page" properly organized for application submission.
Student Questions?Read more
This page/wiki is a place to document tactics utilized to encourage participation from the Drupal community for Google annual Summer of Code program. This is not an easy job and documentation of what worked/failed is essential to update yearly. I'll personally add to this more after application is finished...
*Contacting all of Drupal's GSoC alumni students/mentors
*Contacting all of companies @ https://drupal.org/drupal-services
*Reviewing issue queue to manually found open issues turned projects
Google Summer of Code application requires pass/fail rate of every year from veteran organizations. It might be on application again in the future. Plus this is valuable information for us to review each year and try for more projects with less failures each year. We can use this information to document who attend mentor summit each year. Please update this wiki at end of every gsoc.
Admin: Slurpee Backup: skyred
Reunion Summit: open
Accepted Projects: 0 Passed: 0 Failed: 0
Admin: Slurpee Backup: cs_shadowRead more
GSoC 2014 application requests our official social media pages. To be honest, it took me several minutes to track them down. Maybe I missed it, but I could not easily find links to the official Drupal twitter, facebook, g+. On another note, who manages these social media accounts and how do we setup a post about GSoC2014?Read more
Maybe we should take webchick's advice at the end of this thread: https://groups.drupal.org/node/293088#comment-916238
and create a general "Google Summer of Code" group instead of doing one for each year?
What do you think, should we edit the name?Read more
Utilize this wiki and template to add/organize potential tasks for Google's Summer of Code 2014 contest. We need at least 30 solid project ideas to help our chances of being accepted. Recent years of GSoC have shown lower participation and we hope to change that with the 10 year anniversary!
Utilize this wiki to organize our application for Google's Summer of Code 2014 contest. Our plan is to have an initial application draft ready Wednesday February 12th. Please edit this wiki and add your feedback. Application URL @ http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/org/profile/create/google/gsoc2014
Organization ID: drupal
Organization ID is used as part of various URL links throughout the site. You may reuse the same id for different years of the program. ASCII alphanumeric characters, digits, and underscores only.
Mon Feb 03 - Application Period Starts 19:00 UTC
Fri Feb 14 - Application Period Ends 19:00 UTC
Feb 17-21 - Google program administrators review organization applications.
Mon Feb 24 - List of accepted mentoring organizations published on the Google Summer of Code 2014 site.
INTERIM PERIOD - Would-be students discuss project ideas with potential mentoring organizations.
Fri Feb 28 - IRC meeting with rejected mentoring organizations.
Mon Mar 10 - Student application period opens.
Fri Mar 21 - Student application deadline.Read more