On Friday, April 22nd, Google officially announced the participants for the 11th year of Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program. If you’re not familiar with Google Summer of Code, you can read more on the Community Blog. There were 1,205 accepted projects submitted for this year. Several open source organizations participated by offering projects for students to work on.
This year, Fedora was a participating organization. Alongside Fedora-specific projects, there were several other projects with Fedora, such as…
The applications were many and it was difficult to narrow them down. We are happy and confident with this year’s selection of participants.
Google Summer of Code Class of 2016
This year’s GSoC Class of 2016 for the Fedora Project are as follows.
- Allan E. Gardner: OSTree: Drop privileges for HTTP fetches
- Amila Sampath: Automatic Atomic Host Updates
Thanks to all of the students that applied, and we’re looking forward to working with you over the summer!