Welcome to Openmoko GSoC

Steven Le Roux steven at le-roux.info
Tue Apr 22 01:23:46 CEST 2008

Really great news !!

Congratulation !

Let's work on !

On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 12:41 AM, Daniel Willmann <daniel at openmoko.org>

> Hello,
> I'm happy to announce the final Google Summer of Code slot allocation
> for Openmoko. 10 projects will be funded this year which is quite an
> improvement over the 3 we had in 2007. Lets make it rock. :-)
> So here are the projects that we will take on during this years Summer
> of Code:
> OpenMoko Mail
> Student: Vladimir Mihaylov
> Mentor: Thomas Wood
> Flexible answering machine
> Student: Frederik Sdun
> Mentor: Thomas Wood
> IM/VoIP using telepathy
> Student: Deniz Koçak
> Mentor: Robert McQueen
> Accelerometer Gestures
> Student: Paul-Valentin Borza
> Mentor: Daniel Willmann
> Implementation of a OpenMoko remote controller for GNU/Linux
> Student: Valério Domingos Valério
> Mentor: Daniel Willmann
> speech recognition facility in open moko
> Student: Saurabh Gupta
> Mentor: Luis G. Lira
> A "targeted" SELinux Policy For OpenMoko
> Student: Willis Vandevanter
> Mentor: Stefan Schmidt
> SMS middleware
> Student: Patryk Szymczak
> Mentor: Michael Lauer
> odeviced: Open Device Daemon for FreeRunner/Neo1973 complying with
> freesmartphone.org specs
> Student: Sudharshan S
> Mentor: Michael Lauer
> PIM storage for the mobile world
> Student: Sören Apel
> Mentor: m. dietrich
> Please make the students feel welcome in our community and help them
> with any questions they have.
> If you applied this year but didn't get accepted don't despair. Openmoko
> welcomes your contribution, whether made through GSoC or not and
> through the "Community member of the month" contest you can even win a
> t-shirt. It's all about the t-shirts. :-)
> Finally, if there will be a Google Summer of Code next year we will try
> to get accepted as mentoring organization again.
> All students are free to choose the way they want to handle the
> development, if you have no strong preference we would recommend
> creating a project at projects.openmoko.org. However, we do require
> that every project has a website of some sorts with current status
> information (this can be the projects.om.org Site, it could be a
> special category in your blog, it might even be a plaintext file edited
> in $EDITOR and synced to a webserver). Important is that there's some
> place where interested people can go to and get an overview over your
> project. General development discussion should take place on a public
> mailing list, preferably openmoko-devel at lists.openmoko.org. You can
> sign up for mailing lists at http://lists.openmoko.org/
> Also the IRC room #openmoko-gsoc on Freenode is available for mentors
> and students to discuss their project. This room is of course open to
> the general public.
> A good place to start looking for documentation is the Openmoko wiki at
> http://wiki.openmoko.org/
> An overview page with links to the individual projects pages will be
> available at
> http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Summer_of_Code_2008#Current_projects once
> everything is set up.
> Regards,
> Daniel Willmann

Steven Le Roux
Jabber-ID : Steven at jabber.fr
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