Difference between revisions of "Google Summer of Code/2011"

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= Additional Information =
 
= Additional Information =
  
You can go to our [[Google_Summer_of_Code/Project_Ideas|Project Ideas]] page for a list of project suggestions that are of particular interest.  There are also several [http://brlcad.org/~sean/ideas.html other areas] of development that are of high-interest.  Students are welcome to submit their own ideas as well but, more importantly, you are encouraged to collaborate with the developers on formulating projects.  Student applications for [[Google_Summer_of_Code|GSoC]] are accepted at http://socghop.appspot.com between March 28th and April 8th.
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You can go to our [[Google_Summer_of_Code/Project_Ideas|Project Ideas]] page for a list of project suggestions that are of particular interest.  There are also several [http://brlcad.org/~sean/ideas.html other areas] of development that are of high-interest.  Students are welcome to submit their own ideas as well but, more importantly, you are encouraged to collaborate with the developers on formulating projects.  Student applications for [[Google_Summer_of_Code|GSoC]] are accepted at http://socghop.appspot.com between March 26th and April 6th.
  
 
= Accepted Proposals =
 
= Accepted Proposals =
  
To be determined.
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==MGED to Archer Command Migration Project==
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Student: Brandon Hinesley (IRC: bhinesley)<br>
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Proposal: http://brlcad.org/wiki/User:Bhinesley<br>
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Mentor: Cliff Yapp (IRC: starseeker)
  
In the past, we've received several dozen applications by the submission deadline.  We generally narrow down our selections to ten or fewer of the more passionately interested students.  From those that make the final ten, we've previously selected four or five to participate.
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==Shader Enhancements==
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Student: Guilherme Kunigami (IRC: kunigami)<br>
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Proposal: http://brlcad.org/wiki/User:Kunigami/GSoc2011/Proposal<br>
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Mentor: Daniel Roßberg (IRC: d_rossberg)
  
We won't know how many slots we will accept this year until after the submission deadline but chances are ''really good'' if it's obvious that you're passionate about working on BRL-CAD long after GSoC is over.  We're looking to grow our developer community, not scratch a summer job itch.
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In the past, we've received several dozen applications by the submission deadline.  We generally narrow down our selections to ten or fewer of the more passionately interested students.  From those that make the final ten, we've previously selected four or five to participate.  This year, we chose to only accept two applicants in order to concentrate more attention on their efforts.
  
 
[[Category: Summer of Code]]
 
[[Category: Summer of Code]]

Revision as of 01:53, 8 March 2012

BRL-CAD GSoC2011 flyer.png

Getting started

BRL-CAD is participating as a mentoring organization in the 2011 Google Summer of Code!

STUDENTS: if you're interested in participating with BRL-CAD in GSoC, please review our CHECKLIST to help you get started.

Additional Information

You can go to our Project Ideas page for a list of project suggestions that are of particular interest. There are also several other areas of development that are of high-interest. Students are welcome to submit their own ideas as well but, more importantly, you are encouraged to collaborate with the developers on formulating projects. Student applications for GSoC are accepted at http://socghop.appspot.com between March 26th and April 6th.

Accepted Proposals

MGED to Archer Command Migration Project

Student: Brandon Hinesley (IRC: bhinesley)
Proposal: http://brlcad.org/wiki/User:Bhinesley
Mentor: Cliff Yapp (IRC: starseeker)

Shader Enhancements

Student: Guilherme Kunigami (IRC: kunigami)
Proposal: http://brlcad.org/wiki/User:Kunigami/GSoc2011/Proposal
Mentor: Daniel Roßberg (IRC: d_rossberg)

In the past, we've received several dozen applications by the submission deadline. We generally narrow down our selections to ten or fewer of the more passionately interested students. From those that make the final ten, we've previously selected four or five to participate. This year, we chose to only accept two applicants in order to concentrate more attention on their efforts.