On 1/31/08, Fabian Groffen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 29-01-2008 12:24:56 -0800, Alec Warner wrote:
> > > To give a short answer, its a combination of projects suggested by
> > > developer and projects submitted by the students. They get reviewed by
> > > the User Rel/SOC Staff and put into an order of projects to submit to
> > > Google. They then decide which ones they approve of to fund for the
> > > students to work on.
> > >
> > Anyone can contribute 'ideas'. 'Ideas' are not proposals and
> > proposals are what (in the past) we have had to rank and fund. So if
> > your 'idea' doesn't get a competant proposal written by a student it
> > is not going to get funded, end of story.
> Is there a place were devs can just throw in 'ideas'? I have a couple
> in mind, so it would be great if there was a place where interested
> "students" can go to see all ideas and pick one they like.
I would prefer students come up with their own ideas
GSoc has not started and we have not been picked as an organization.
I expect we will be but I an hesistant to act without being selected.
That being said, feel free to file a bug and if/when we are selected I
will update the webpage accordingly for SoC 2008.
You can attach ideas to the bug until the webpage is up; does that
seem good enough?
> Fabian Groffen
> Gentoo on a different level
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