We are happy to announce that GNOME was assigned nine slots for Google Summer of Code projects this year!
GSoC is a program focused on bringing new contributors into open source software development. A number of long term GNOME developers are former GSoC interns, making the program a very valuable entry point for new members in our project.
In 2023 we will mentoring the following projects:
|Project Title||Contributor||Assigned Mentor(s)|
|Make GNOME platform demos for Workbench||Akshay Warrier||Sonny Piers
|Rust and GTK 4 Bustle Rewrite||Dave Patrick Caberto||Bilal Elmoussaoui
|Create a New “System” panel in GNOME Settings||Gotam Gorabh||Felipe Borges|
|Implement backlog search in Polari IRC client||Gurmannat Sohal||Carlos Garnacho
|Integrate GNOME Network Displays features into GNOME Settings||Pedro Sader Azevedo||Felipe Borges
|GNOME Crosswords Anagram Support||Pratham Gupta||jrb|
|Make GNOME Platform Demos for Workbench||Sriyansh Shivam||Sonny Piers
|Add Acrostic Puzzles to GNOME Crosswords||Tanmay Patil||jrb|
|Flatpak synching between machines||Tim FB||Rasmus Thomsen|
As part of the contributor’s acceptance into GSoC they are expected to actively participate in the Community Bonding period (May 4 – 28). The Community Bonding period is intended to help prepare contributors to start contributing at full speed starting May 29.
The new contributors will soon get their blogs added to Planet GNOME making it easy for the GNOME community to get to know them and the projects that they will be working on.
We would like to also thank our mentors for supporting GSoC and helping new contributors enter our project.
If you have any doubts, feel free to reply to this Discourse topic or message us privately at firstname.lastname@example.org
** This is a repost from https://discourse.gnome.org/t/announcement-gnome-will-be-mentoring-9-new-contributors-in-google-summer-of-code-2023/15232