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27 April 2010, 10:42

Google Summer of Code 2010: Accepted students announced

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Google Summer Of Code Logo Google has announced the publication of the list of the 1,025 students accepted for this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC) event. Each year Google seeks students and mentors from the FLOSS community to take part in it's annual GSoC event, which takes place over a period of three months.

The GSoC contest offers stipends to university students to write and develop code for various open source projects. This years student developers were given the choice of more than 150 free and open source projects to work on. Students will begin coding for their projects on the 24th of May. Those that pass their final evaluations can receive up to a total of $5,000 from Google for participation in the program.

More details about the Google Summer of Code 2010 program can be found on the GSoC 2010 site.

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