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Call for proposals: Google Summer of Code 2022

by cess , liz , mathildaudufo , warren | April 11, 2022 17:09 11 Apr 17:09 | #30348 | #30348

Google Summer of Code(GSoC) 2022

We are participating in Google summer of code, we have been participating in Google summer of code for a while now.

Google Summer of Code is a global, online mentoring program focused on introducing new contributors to open source software development. GSoC contributors work on a 12+ week programming project with the guidance of mentors from their open source organization.

We're asking students to start posting their proposals for comment, here. Read on!

Projects

Deadline

GSoC applications will be close on April 19, 2022.

Read proposal ideas

Once you've gotten a bit familiar with our project (see our welcome page here) Please feel free to ask questions in the comments below, or to join our chat channel at https://publiclab.org/chat

Our welcoming page will help you understand how we collaborate, and we'll be there to help you take your first step. And try tackling a first-timers-only issue, to get an idea of how to become a contributor!

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Also, read this page carefully to understand our workflow and how we structure summer of code projects: https://publiclab.org/wiki/gsoc#How+we+work

Please ask questions! We're very friendly and we love welcoming new people into our community.

Post a proposal for comment

Once you've read through some of these ideas and become a bit more familiar with our projects, it's time to post a proposal of your own.

You don't need to have a complete or even concrete idea -- share your thoughts early and we'll help you refine your proposal, and help you choose something that's the right difficulty level as well as being something our project really needs.

We've created a template for you to post a proposal here. Please note:the format for proposal is a little different for GSoC this year, please feel free to format the template to the new format.
Before you get started because of a common question often asked - you will still have to post the pdf proposal on the Google Summer of Code website for you to be eligible for the internship selection Click here to begin:

Start drafting a proposal

Read other proposals

Before or after you post your own draft, read through others' listed below. Your best comments and input may come from other applicants!

Also see 2021's proposals here

Proposals

Title Author Updated Likes Comments
GSoC 22 - Refine User Interfaces across PublicLab.org @Sbrocks46 4 months ago 0
GSoC"proposal: MapKnitter Local @Fetian_Anas 4 months ago 0
GSoC"proposal: Infragram.org video upload and full-screen UI @mehulchapaneri8988 4 months ago 2
GSoC"proposal: Full-screen UI and video upload @abhishekchauhan1509 4 months ago 4
GSoC'22 proposal: Refine User Interfaces across PublicLab.org @karishmagvanwari 4 months ago 1
GSoC"proposal: Refine User Interfaces across PublicLab.org @LakG 4 months ago 4
GSoC"proposal: Infragram.org full-screen UI and video upload @yravianand111 3 months ago 3
GSoC"proposal: Infragram.org full-screen UI and video upload @bhavyatewari_13_5 4 months ago 5
GSoC"22 Proposal: Refine User Interfaces across PublicLab.org @keshavraturi333 4 months ago 2
GSoC'22 Proposal: Refine User Interfaces across PublicLab.org @mittalparth22 4 months ago 3
GSoC 2022 Proposal - Legacy Code Deprecation @anirudhprabhakaran3 4 months ago 2
GSoC 2022 proposal: Inragram.org full-screen UI and video upload @forcha 4 months ago 7


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Hey! Thank you so much for writing such a well structured and informative post. I am very excited to become a part of the community. however the link to join the public chat is not working for me. every time I open that link I'm getting a "website can't be reached" error. can you please look into it if the link is correct? thank you. update: the error seems to be with the link. the correct link is https//publiclab.org/chat and not https//publiclab/chat as mentioned in the article above 👍

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Thank you, i think i just fixed the link!!


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