Google Summer of Code in 2022
Posted on February 1, 2022 by Ida Bzowska (permalink)
Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a global, online program focused on bringing new contributors to open-source software development. GSoC Contributors work with an open-source organization on a 12+ week programming project under the guidance of mentors. As in previous years, Haskell.org will be applying to join this program as open-source organization. However, some changes have been made!
Who can join
In 2022, the program will be addressed to all newcomers of open source that are 18 years and older. GSoC will no longer be solely focused on university students or recent graduates - people that are at various stages of their career, recent career changers, self-taught, those returning to the workforce, etc., are welcome to join. Those changes should better fulfill the needs of open source communities and provide more flexibility to both projects and contributors.
Organizers are aware that not everyone can devote an entire summer to coding. Offered projects are available in multiple sizes: medium (~175 hours) and large (~350 hours). There’s an availability to join a 12-week program or extend the deadline - up to 22 weeks.
Projects ideas submissions
Are you working on a Haskell project, and you could use the help of a student during the summer? Consider contributing it as an idea here! Send a pull request to our github repository (example from 2020). If you just want to discuss a possible idea, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us or/and read through the student/contributor guide.
We encourage you to explore GSoC’s webpage, and you can learn more on the FAQ website. All the updates about this year’s GSoC edition can be found in this blogpost.
GSoC 2022: OSS projects, developed during Summer (from June to September/November) for newcomers that are 18 years and older and want to spend 175 - 350 hours on coding activities, with a mentor’s support.
- February 1, 2022 - Google Summer of Code in 2022
- September 23, 2021 - Haskell.org GSoC results for 2021
- October 12, 2020 - Haskell.org GSoC results for 2020
- January 12, 2020 - Call for Ideas for 2020
- January 10, 2020 - Haskell.org GSoC results for 2019
- August 26, 2019 - Student Blog: Results for Bipartite Graphs Project
- July 26, 2019 - Student Blog: Testing Bipartiteness with Monad Transformers
- May 29, 2019 - Student Blog: Introducing Bipartite Graphs in Alga
- February 26, 2019 - Haskell.Org Participating in GSoC 2019
- December 28, 2018 - Call for Ideas for 2019
- September 1, 2018 - Haskell.org GSoC results for 2018
- April 23, 2018 - Accepted projects for 2018
- March 14, 2018 - Student Applications are now open
- December 25, 2017 - Call for Ideas for 2018
- September 15, 2017 - Final results for 2017
- August 4, 2017 - Midterm update for 2017
- May 24, 2017 - Accepted projects for 2017
- April 25, 2017 - Student Applications are now open
- April 5, 2017 - Getting ready for Summer of Haskell 2017
- February 28, 2017 - Summer of Haskell 2017 Announcement
- December 8, 2016 - Summer of Haskell 2016 Wrap-Up
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