GSOC

Google Summer of Code at the Linux Foundation

Other Project Ideas

Main GSoC Linux Foundation page: How to apply, deadlines, other workgroups, ...

Here we list project ideas which do not really fit into one of the workgroups of the Linux Foundation. As an umbrella organization we help other, often smaller, free software projects who have interesting student project ideas but do not necessarily have applied as mentoring organization or the ideas came up after the organization application period.

GSOC 2016 SPDX projects

SPDX Introduction
The Software Package Data Exchange® (SPDX®) specification is a standard format for communicating the licenses and copyrights for components of a software package.  The vision of SPDX is to achieve software license compliance with minimal cost across the software supply chain with a primary focus on compliance with open source licenses.

The SPDX Technical Team members develop open source tools to create, convert and validate SPDX documents.

SPDX Community
Website - www.spdx.org
Wiki – http://wiki.spdx.org

2016 GSoC Kernel work

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Kernel

We will be accepting proposals for Linux kernel projects for GSoC, but
we do not suggest specific projects as that has not worked out
in the past. If you have an idea for a specific project that
can be completed in the timeframe of the GSoC program, please
email GregKH (gregkh at linuxfoundation dot org) the following:

2016 GSoC Driver Backports

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Mailing list

Join the kernel backports mailing list:

https://backports.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Mailing_list

Introduce yourself there and express your interest if you like. You can either chime in with your own ideas or pick one of the ones below.

IRC

We're on Freenode:

Google Summer of Code 2016: OpenPrinting projects

Main GSoC Linux Foundation page: How to apply, deadlines, other workgroups, ...

Contact

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Google Summer of Code 2016

This is our list of project ideas for the Google Summer of Code program in 2016.

Dear students, if you want to apply for doing a Google Summer of Code project with us you can choose a project from our workgroup's lists but you can also present your own idea fitting to any of the work groups below. Please note that you have to choose "The Linux Foundation" as your mentoring organization, independent of the workgroup where you want to do your project.

GSOC 2015 SPDX projects


SPDX Introduction
The Software Package Data Exchange® (SPDX®) specification is a standard format for communicating the licenses and copyrights for components of a software package.  The vision of SPDX is to achieve software license compliance with minimal cost across the software supply chain with a primary focus on compliance with open source licenses.

The SPDX Technical Team members develop open source tools to create, convert and validate SPDX documents.

SPDX Community
Website - www.spdx.org

GSOC 2015 OpenBEL Projects

OpenBEL Community

Introduction

2015 GSoC Driver Backports

Go back to the main GSoC Linux Foundation page

Mailing list

Join the kernel backports mailing list:

https://backports.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Mailing_list

Introduce yourself there and express your interest if you like. You can either chime in with your own ideas or pick one of the ones below.

IRC

We're on Freenode:

Google Summer of Code 2015: OpenPrinting projects

 

Main GSoC Linux Foundation page: How to apply, deadlines, other workgroups, ...

Contact

Important: We protect the e-mail adresses of our mentors and mailing lists against spam bots. Please replace all occurences of " at " and " dot " by "@" and "." resp.

Google Summer of Code 2015

 
 
 
 

GSOC 2014 SPDX projects

GSOC 2014 - SPDX Tooling Projects


SPDX Introduction
The Software Package Data Exchange® (SPDX®) specification is a standard format for communicating the licenses and copyrights for components of a software package.  The vision of SPDX is to achieve software license compliance with minimal cost across the software supply chain with a primary focus on compliance with open source licenses.

The SPDX Technical Team members develop open source tools to create, convert and validate SPDX documents.

SPDX Community

GSOC 2014 OpenBEL Projects

OpenBEL Community

Introduction

2014 GSoC Driver Backports

Go back to the main GSoC Linux Foundation page

Mailing list

Join the kernel backports mailing list:

https://backports.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Mailing_list

Introduce yourself there and express your interest if you like. You can either chime in with your own ideas or pick one of the ones below.

IRC

We're on Freenode:

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