Welcome to Geeklog Wednesday, May 22 2013 @ 10:39 PM EDT
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Google Summer of Code is a program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source projects. Historically, the program has brought together over 2,400 students with over 230 open source projects, to create millions of lines of code. The program, which kicked off in 2005, is now in its fifth year.
Student applications will be accepted starting next Monday (March 23). Students interested in working on Geeklog, please have a look at our ideas page and feel free to use any of the contacts listed there to get in touch, starting now (no need to wait until Monday). Also, don't forget to check out Google's extensive FAQ.
We are very excited to be back in the Summer of Code and we're looking forward to working together with the students. This is a great way for students to get some real-life experience in working on software development and in open source project. And for Geeklog, we hope to not only get some new features but also some new members for the Geeklog community.
So while we're patiently waiting to learn whether or not we will be invited to participate in the Google Summer of Code again this year (the list of accepted mentoring organizations will be published on March 18), here are some new and updated resources for Geeklog developers (old and new):
If you need help in setting up or using Geeklog, please see the documentation, the FAQ, the Wiki, try our search page or browse through the Support Forum. Chances are someone else already had the same problem.
More resources are listed on the support page.
If you still can't find an answer, feel free to post in the forum.
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