KDE is part of Google Code-in 2011

Filed under: Amarok,AmarokBlog,free software,KDE,PlanetKDE,PlanetKubuntu — Lydia at 6:37 pm on Thursday, November 10, 2011

I’m excited that KDE has once again been given the opportunity to work with a number of really awesome kids as part of Google Code-in 2011. Find out more about Code-in and the other 17 accepted organisations in the announcement.

This time Valorie, Sandro, Annma, Akarsh and Roger are helping me with admin duties. We’re looking forward to the flood 😀

If you’re interested in taking part in Code-in as a student have a look at KDE’s preliminary task list. Those will be moved to the official place in the next days. The real fun starts on November 21st and then you can start working on the tasks. If you have ideas for tasks that you would like to work on but that are not on the list then please propose them either to a potential mentor or the admins. Be quick with this. We can’t add tasks again until Dez. 16th once the program started. Please also carefully read the eligibility requirements.

KDE mentors: If you still have task ideas please add them to the wiki asap.

Should you have questions feel free to ask either on the kde-soc mailing list or in the IRC channel (#kde-soc on freenode).


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November 10, 2011 @ 11:51 pm

[…] very good reason for applying for SoC next year – or, if you are impatient, there’s Code-In waiting for you right next door. It has never been more easy (and rewarding) to get started into KDE development immediately, so […]

Comment by Puneet Goyal

November 13, 2011 @ 11:36 am

Its so sad that the ones who are older than 17 years can’t participate in this( I am 20 :( )

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